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How much protein is too much for puppy/dog?

How much protein is too much for puppy/dog?
By chandan kumar singh · 24 Jul 2013 1:28 pm


By Abhinav Khare · 24 Jul 2013 2:07 pm
First of all, it's necessary that we have a tendency to perceive that macromolecule is not solely a nutrient - the amino acids it's created from (think Lego set bricks forming a much bigger structure) conjointly function building blocks for body tissues, organs, enzymes, hormones, antibodies then on - roughly 1/2 the dry body mass of a dog consists of protein. Knowing this it's straightforward to know that growing puppies would like macromolecule to create higher than mentioned body tissues, organs, enzymes, hormones, antibodies and each adults and growing puppies perpetually ought to replace and make these further. The body recycles amino acids to some extent, however a part of them ought to get replaced, a bit like you cannot endlessly recycle paper or plastic. Around 21-25% is better for the pooch.
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