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I wants to grow my Toy Poodle height & weight as per standard.

I wants to grow her hight & weight as per standard. I read many posts about feeding dogs a raw diet twice a day. I'm doing research on the raw diet to feed to my 7 lb Toy Poodle, and I was wondering what the difference of feeding a dog once a day and twice a day? How much would I feed him each meal if I was going to feed him twice a day? Once a day? Dog FOOD website : http://www.petfood.com/
By pippa · 08 Sep 2012 12:18 pm

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By Ritwik · 09 Sep 2015 1:58 pm
If your dog less than 6 months old than only you can expect the change in size may occur. As toy poodle is small breed it attains adult weight and height by the age of 10. It is not advisable to feed the raw diet especially to this little breed. As the dog is furry it would need more protein in its food. It is advisable to feed him with royal canin Mini Junior Food. Follow the link to have a look - https://www.dogspot.in/mini-ju nior_1/
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