What and how to properly feed a puppy of a monthly tobet
Puppies of any breed aged from 1 to 2 months
It is necessary to feed every 3 hours.
For this age, the variety in feeding is very important.
Once a week, the puppy should be given a raw chicken egg.
Daily monthly puppies should be fed with fresh or boiled vegetables.
Vegetables are served in the form of mashed potatoes or in a crushed condition.
Vegetables can not be neglected, since it contains in its composition
A lot of vitamins, minerals and fiber.
It is recommended that small puppies give meat in a crushed form
Or scrolled through a meat grinder.
Fish baby is given only in a boiled form and in a purified form.
Porridge (Hercules, wheat, etc.) on meat broth.
Cottage cheese with milk (main drink).
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In the diet of the puppy, warm goat milk is first introduced.
(It is recommended to add 1 tablespoon of honey for 1 liter of milk)
The next stage - after 2-5 days - liquid semolina porridge on goat milk.
The next stage - starting with small portions we give a shovel or finely ground minced meat (beef), as an additive to the diet, enter: cottage cheese, raw or boiled egg, honey
The source of proteins is meat, fish, cottage cheese,dairy. Puppies and adult dogs are recommended to feed chicken eggs. Up to 3 months old the norm is 1 egg in 3-4 days, after 3 months - 1 egg per week. Sea fish can be given raw, removing head, scales, fins; For puppies - fish fillets, preferably in boiled form. It is desirable to include fish in the diet not earlier than when the puppy reaches the age of 3 months. River fish should be given only in boiled form.
Until 1 month, puppies should be given only minced meat, andNot pieces of meat, to avoid stall. Tubular chicken bones, you can not milk dogs. Because fragments of bones can stalk in the esophagus, and the dog dies without emergency surgery.
Fats should be given in limited quantities. Excess fat leads to upset stomach, disrupts liver function and is simply not needed if the dog lives in the heat and does not expend a lot of energy. Fats are better absorbed if the dog gets them in a mixture with other foods - porridge, vegetables. Dairy. Milk (ideally goat) is useful, especially for puppies and nursing bitches. It is given fresh or fermented, moreover in small quantities. Cottage cheese is a good remedy for rickets. It is especially useful to give curd whey to the bound and nursing bitches, which are in great need of calcium.
The main source of carbohydrates is croup. Sometimes you can replace the cereal part of the diet with bread products.
Vegetable fodder: vegetables, greens, fruits, root vegetables are sources of vitamins and are given in raw form, finely chopped or passed through a meat grinder.
Grated carrots should be given in combination withA small amount of sunflower oil (1kg of grated carrots - 1 tablespoon of oil). In this case carotene, contained in carrots, is converted into vitamin "A".
Greens - salad, dill, young nettle, leavesDandelion is added to the prepared forage raw, finely chopped. Nettle before the dacha is scalded with boiling water or hot food to disinfect its burning villi.
To create a full-fledged ration for the puppy, use natural vitamins for puppies that are in the following products.
Vitamins for puppies
Vitamin A (or carotene)
The most rich in the liver of marine fish, and of meat products are beef and pork liver. It is a lot of in eggs, in yolks, carrots, a beet, a pumpkin.
Vitamin B (or thiamin)
Is found in root crops, fruits, beans, nuts, liver, kidneys, heart.
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
Baker's, beer, dry yeast, liver, kidney, heart.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
In yeast, cereals, liver, fish, eggs.
Folic acid (folium leaf)
In yeast, green leaves of plants.
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)
Is found in milk, eggs, liver, kidneys.
Vitamin B3 (pantothenic acid)
In beer and baker's yeast, liver, yolk of eggs, rice, carrots, cabbage, potatoes.
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
Liver, mare's milk-koumiss.
Vitamin D (vitamin D)
Vitamin E (tocopherol)
In plants, in the liver, vegetable fats.
In green parts of plants, in fish meal.
Tobet, Volkodav, Alabai - Central Asian Shepherd.
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A lot of information about the breed: