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Is that any thing to worry relating to his under nutrition mark ?

my puppy's growth is average but from past 1 week i am observing that the area between his thigh croup to his loin or in simple words you can say between his stomach and leg's is getting concave as if he is under nutrition..i feed him royalcanin mixed with pedigree,petspark(5ml once a day),calcium(5ml once a day),1 boiled egg(each day),and some time food booster,and 1 spoon of codliver oil alond with his feed....but there is one thing,,that his coat is imporving...and he is active tooo.....is that any thing to worry relating to his under nutrition mark ?
By aun mehdi · 12 Nov 2009 2:45 pm

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By bishwadeep chatterjee · 12 Nov 2009 8:13 pm
.....don't you think its important to state the pup's breed and age for anyone to comment...? Royal Canin, like most good quality dog food, has various categories for various age groups. There's usually no need to mix different types of dog food....just a few supplements as per your vet...also check with a good vet whether u need to give him a boiled egg everyday...as Royal Canin already takes care of a lot of things...
cheers.
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By aun mehdi · 13 Nov 2009 3:44 pm
thank you...as i have mentioned above that i dont directly feed him royal canin i mix it with pedigree.......he's a 4 month old germanshepard.....
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By bishwadeep chatterjee · 14 Nov 2009 11:27 am
.....i'm feeding RC to my 6 month old mastiff pup. A friend of mine visited the Pedigree factory and thought the food was being manufactured under very unhygienic conditions. I garnish it with dahi (which is excellent for their stomach) and boiled chicken with a sprinkling of some greens alternately...250gms X 3.....so he's not overweight...the last two ribs should barely be visible...and his motion is clear....
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By sandeep · 14 Nov 2009 1:51 pm
...........i think there's nothing to worry as he is active. but try biswadeeps recipe.
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By Ravinder · 14 Nov 2009 2:52 pm
I didn't get the part abt his stomach being concave.. r u saying he has a flat tummy, or is it something about his bones?
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By aun mehdi · 14 Nov 2009 2:56 pm
noo he has a flat tummy
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By Ravinder · 14 Nov 2009 5:25 pm
A flat tummy is fine, ur dog is healthy.
Altho the point of mixing commercial foods escapes me, they all have a balance of nutrients don't need to be mixed, its best if u can have him on a all natural diet. If u choose to give him royal canin or something, u needn't add anything, coz its a complete meal anyway.
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By bishwadeep chatterjee · 14 Nov 2009 5:51 pm
......true u really dont need to add anything to RC...but its just endulgence....he loves it :-)
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