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Please sugest a vegetarian diet for a 3 month old Peagle pup.

I have had Lyra for 3 months initially was giving her RC Mini Starter got her started to RC medium Junior is that good enough, she recently stole and ate a slice of cheese and got constipation . I feed her good quality food and yet she like to chew and eat gardeb plants, tree barks and any scrapes from kitchen table. have tried using a muzzle but she turns into a fanactic so had to remove it. She got fever recently! NEED proper Veggie diet. Expenses no bar.

By NIDHI Surana 25 May 2015 3:25 pm

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By Admin 27 May 2015 12:45 pm
Hi Nidhi

For Lyra you may choose Pedigree 100% Vegetarian Food or Drools Vegetarian Puppy food. If Lyra is chewing on garden plants or tree barks, maybe you can opt for interactive toys or chew toys that will keep her active and mentally stimulated. Interactive toys will also help Lyra develop his cognitive functions.

We generally suggest that table scraps should not be fed to dogs as they can be dangerous to the dogs and also lead to obesity. Do not put a muzzle but use a firm "NO" every time Lyra attempts to eat table scraps.

If the problem of constipation persists, we would suggest that you connect with a veterinary who may suggest laxatives for Lyra.

We wish Lyra a speedy recovery!

Warm regards
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