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Can you please suggest balanced nutrition food both veg and non veg for my 8 weeks old labrador

2019-01-24T21:51:11+0530 24 Jan 2019 9:51 pm

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Congratulations on your new furry family member! Labradors are playful and intelligent dogs. They have a friendly temperament which makes them perfect for first-time owners. They are excellent companions and have very high energy levels so needless to say, they require a lot of love, attention and physical workout. It is very important to keep an eye on your pup's weight, especially from the start. It's the habits you develop in the early days that matter. The right balance of calories, protein, minerals and vitamins are very important for your puppy. Picking the right portion of meals for your puppy can be a daunting task but don't worry because we're here to help you!An 8-12 week old Labrador puppy should be fully weaned (i.e kept away from mother's milk) and should be given puppy food 3-4 times a day. On average, the puppy should be eating 2-3 cups of food each day.However, we suggest that you introduce your pup to puppy food gradually. Since the puppy has recently given up mother's milk, it's best to mix puppy food with milk to make sure your pup takes it easy. Weaning is a gradual process so you want to make sure that your puppy gets used to it. You can try feeding your pup with puppy food commercially available. Brands like Royal Canin, Pedigree and Natural
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