Feeding puppies from 3 months - All about puppies on!
Proper feeding is the key to the normal development, health and good mood of the pet. So it is extremely important to feed the baby correctly. What are the rules for feeding puppies from 3 months?
Feeding puppies from 3 months old should be balanced, full, regular.
Components of proper puppy feeding from 3 months:
- Convenient bowl.
- The desired frequency of feeding the puppy.
- The correct serving size.
- Food at room temperature.
- Quality products.
If you decide to feed the puppy with 3 months of natural products, the basis of feeding should be meat (at least 70% of the diet). You can also add fermented milk products, eggs (boiled or raw yolk), boiled fish, vegetables, fruits and porridge.
Feeding a puppy from 3 months is carried out 5 times a day (the interval between feedings is about 4 hours).
A serving of puppy food from 3 months old should be neither too large nor too small. If the baby is delivering food in a bowl, cut the serving. If, on the contrary, the longing bowl does not leave for a long time and continues to lick it, it is worth increasing the portion. As a rule, with natural feeding, a puppy from 3 months eats a volume of food equal to 5% of its weight.
Feeding a puppy from 3 months old can be either natural or dry food. Dry food should be of high quality (premium or super premium class), produced specifically for puppies. Also focus on the size of the baby (food for puppies of small, medium and large breeds is different). To determine the amount of feed, refer to the manufacturer's instructions on the package.
Remember that access to fresh, clean water must be continuous and unlimited.