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Should I opt for Pedigree Pro or Royal Canin for my 2.5 month old pup?

My Golden retriever is 2.5 month old now. I am feeding him with Pedigree Pro Starter and Pup. But no significant physical improvement. I am planning to switch to RC. I feed him 4 times a day 2 times with Cerelac 2 times with pedigree. He is playful and active stool is formed but a dark green in colour. The vet said that may be due to uncessary eating. He is dewormed and has been vaccinated. Do you thing RC would be a good choice it is very expensive. My friend had good results with Eucanuba. And he suggest me to go with RC for atleast 8 months. Do you think two times of RC and cerelac will be good enough.Or any other economical suggestion.My Monty will be happy to have your advice.

By Devraj Sengupta · 07 Jun 2015 1:09 am


By Admin · 09 Jun 2015 9:45 am
Hi Devraj

For a 2.5 month old Golden Retriever puppy, Royal Canin Starter food will be great atleast for the next 6 months or so. A puppy's stomach is weak and requires food that is easy to digest. Royal Canin starter food has been specially designed to meet the nutritional requirements of growing puppies. Cerelac is food for human babies and the nutritional requirements of a human baby compared to a puppy are very different. Cerelac can also cause change in the stool colour and upset stomach.

If you feel that Royal Canin is an expensive food, you may choose starter foods from other brands such as Eukanuba.

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By SHADAAB NAZAR · 10 Jun 2015 1:09 pm
Stools color may be due to the color of the dry food (Pedigree) its normal. did doc ask u to feed amino acid or calcium tab. Calcium tab should be feed after 3 month best is NUTRICAL CA or Venttura calcium. Feed him Royal Canine specially for lab breed. Dont feed Ceralac u can give him All4pets mart Pet O Boost. Buy 250 or lesser can to try first, if that shots him. I will Say that if u feed good dry food then u wont have to feed any other nutrition. First choice of dry food is Royal Canine, then Solid Gold then Drools Focus Puppy call me 08877006299
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By Devraj Sengupta · 23 Jun 2015 1:08 am
I am giving him RC Maxi starter now. I am giving it with the existing pedigree pro starter and pup in 3:4 ratio an slowly increasing the RC. Also giving him digyton and Liv 52.His green poop stopped when I stop giving him Liv.52. But his deworming and vaccination dates are coming soon so I am giving him liv 52 again.His poops are dark green/black again.Though his playful and active(fingers crossed).
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