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I want to know much should one feed (weight) a 5 month old hound puppy?

I want to how much should one feed (weight) a 5 month old hound puppy? I give him half a bowl of fruits after his morning walk followed by breakfast, some doggies treats around 11, then lunch at 2pm, again some more doggie treats at 5pm and finally his dinner at 8pm? The thing is no matter how much I feed him he still wants more? Is this behaviour common?
By vikram wanchoo · 04 May 2011 2:21 pm

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By Pritam · 05 May 2011 2:06 am
Absolutely common thing....U can feed it upto the point he doesnt start having loose stools.
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By vikram wanchoo · 05 May 2011 9:56 am
Thanks guys for your answers :)
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By xceww · 05 May 2011 10:58 pm
Important part is what do u feed him at each of these times!?! He is a hound,but u make it sound like he is a humanbeing on continental food with all ur breakfast, lunch, dinner talk. U also feed him fruits after his morning walks !?! Does he even have bed tea?Seems like u got it all wrong.
Please share actual diet for proper advise.
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By vikram wanchoo · 09 May 2011 4:14 pm
@Puthran Lol man..... Bed tea idea really cracked me up...
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By xceww · 10 May 2011 12:28 pm
@ Vikram.Thanks Vikram. And hope u havent tried what Pritam has suggested. Pritam, its silly,ignorant and seriously funny to suggest what u have...lol, i can only imagine and laugh and laugh more..u mean a dog should be fed in a bathroom and u should keep stuffing his face with food till he does Potty...and that too loose stools...i could write a joke book with all ur suggestions, recommendations...lol. Pritam please give us all a break and go register ur dogs first..i.e if u have one.
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By Pritam · 10 May 2011 11:50 pm
No comments puthran....The owner just wants to know how much to feed....U again misread me....I just wanted to say that as a pup if he wants more food...Itz fine....He will gain knowledge and experience with time n know how much to feed...But food qty can be changed according to his dog's digestion power and weight....Hope itz clear to it now.
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By Pritam · 11 May 2011 12:03 am
No comments puthran....The owner just wants to know how much to feed....U again misread me....I just wanted to say that as a pup if he wants more food...Itz fine....He will gain knowledge and experience with time n know how much to feed...But food qty can be changed according to his dog's digestion power and weight....Hope itz clear to it now.
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By Pritam · 11 May 2011 12:21 am
Now vikram dude....U must b kidd'ng me....Fruits ....daily??

As Puthran said....Plzz Share ur true daily diet plan...

Suggestions:
I feel u r into raw feeding....This is known as B.A.R.F diet.....If u want to continue with your home-made feeding....I suggest u to include 60%meat,10%bones,10% heart liver pieces in your diet......Ocassional veggies n fruits are fine only as treats or if mixed with his main food course n diet.....Do ur dog some good....Stop treating him as human and making him eat cr@p....Veggies and fruits only as main fooding for a dog is a complete no.

NOTE:-NEVER EVER FEED GRAPES,ONIONS N CHOCOLATES TO UR DOG.....ITZ POISONOUS FOR UR DOG UNLIKE HUMANS!!

Now if u r a vegetarian urself....U can go for any premium packaged dog food available in India....India doesnt have much good premium dog foods available in pet stores though....But still better than a veggie diet what u feed....Ur dog needs meat buddy....

B.A.R.F diet is the best diet!!
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