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How much and what should I feed my 6 month old Rottweiller?

How much and what should I feed my 6 month old Rottweiller?
By ashutosh ushir · 01 Jul 2011 10:29 pm

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By pennypup · 03 Jul 2011 9:03 pm
You should feed your rottie a decent wuality kibble and suppliment with home cooked food if possible.
Follow the guidelines on the bag for weight and then modify to your specific dogs needs. For instance, if you dog is very active, you would increase their food as they need it for energy. But if you have a lazy dog, you would decrese their food if necessary to ensure they don'T become overweight.
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By dinesh goyat · 03 Jul 2011 11:12 pm
you should feed ur rott thrice a day ;4 boiled eggs and a chapati than in mid day meal give him curd with chapati or rice and in evening feed him 200gm royal canine rottweiler special junior along with multi vitamins like verol,vm360,neutricoat and calcium;u must also deworm him every month and most important-exercise is must for a rottweiler



























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By ashutosh ushir · 04 Jul 2011 6:44 pm
thanx a lot..
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