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Which type of food is given to my 7 month old black female lab?

hi, i am sarvadaman verma i have a 7 month old black female lab . which type of food is given to her ?that make her strong and looks like a male lab
By sarvadaman verma · 25 Aug 2011 4:20 pm

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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 25 Aug 2011 4:46 pm
not only food the bloodline also matters, Apart from food the lifestyle, exercise, genetics plays a lot here. In most cases male dogs plays alpha role in dogs world, if you want your dog to be stronger then give him appropriate animal protein food along with good exercise.
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By pennypup · 25 Aug 2011 10:50 pm
Female dogs almost always tend to be smaller than their male counterparts.
She will not end up very large unless 1 or 2 of her parents or grandparents were large.
It's best to feed her a well balanced diet with protein as Kamal said and give lots of exercise.
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 26 Aug 2011 4:01 pm
The Labrador Retriever originated in Newfoundland and further developed in England. Besides being a famous gun dog, the Lab has become a renowned police and war dog and a trusted guide dog for the blind. The Labrador Retriever is also only one of the few breeds known to produce an oil through the pores of the skin. It will develop a very dry and brittle coat in a very short period of time when the entire Linoleic acid group is not present in its daily diet. The Linoleic acid group consist of three fatty acids: Oleic, Linolenic and Linoleic. The best commercial sources of these fatty acids for the Labrador Retriever are fish oil, linseed oil, or cold pressed wheat germ oil.

In Newfoundland the primary food sources were caribou, fish, and whale fats. In England the food sources were poultry, fish, wheat, and dairy products. The combined effect of foods from these two areas resulted in the development of a breed requiring a diet low in carbohydrates yet high in fats. The source of the fat is also important; the Labrador Retriever has a difficult time assimilating beef fat but thrives on poultry fat, fish oil, or vegetable fats.

For the Labrador Retriever its recommended foods that contain fish, poultry, lamb, and green vegetables. However, for this breed avoid foods that are a blend of beef, beets, corn, and soy.
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