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What to do when a 2 month lab puppy can't digest food ?

I have a two month old Labrador Retriever puppy. Last night I gave her roti and milk and now she is suffering from an upset stomach.

· 2015-05-02T11:06:28+0530 02 May 2015 11:06 am

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· 2015-05-05T11:38:31+0530 05 May 2015 11:38 am
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Hi Inita

Roti and milk are not suitable for 2 month old Labrador Retriever pups. They have a sensitive digestive system and require special food that has been formulated for them. We would suggest that you feed your pup Milk Replacer food by Royal Canin. The food is gentle on the stomach and provides the right nutrition that is required for the pup of growing age.

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· 2015-05-06T02:32:12+0530 06 May 2015 2:32 am
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try giving her pumpkin rice , boiled and mashed two times a day. its a task to feed them so make small balls of it and feed ur puppy. Try for a day or two.....if your puppies condition continues to be the same ..consult your vet.
I have a 3 yr old lab and she had a lot of tummy issues when she was a puppy.
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