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Puppies require a special diet with extra calories and nutrients to help them develop strong muscles and bones. It’s easy to overfeed them when they’re young, as their stomachs are very small, so regular feeding throughout the day is beer than giving them one or two larger meals. But what types of food should you offer your puppy, and how do you know how much to feed them? C   Dry food can provide complete nourishment for your puppy, but you should buy the best you can afford. Although ‘premium’ brands are more expensive, you don’t need to use as much per meal as with the cheaper brands, due to their enhanced nutrional content. If your puppy doesn’t like dry food, because it’s too hard, you can soak the biscuits in warm water for a few minutes to make them easier to chew. W  Tinned or pouched puppy foods are available in a wide range of flavours, but it’s advisable to choose one that your pet can easily digest, such as chicken and rice. As with the dry food, you can also buy ‘complete’ wet foods for your puppy, which are nutrionally balanced and highly beneficial for their development. Whether you feed your puppy wet food, dry biscuits, or a combinaon of the two, poron size is extremely important, whilst they’re developing. Always check the instrucons on the packet or n, or ask your vet for guidance – they’ll also be able to keep a regular check on your puppy’s growth.


By Ann Haldon To adverse call 01590 643969 or e‐mail info@lymingtondirectory.co.uk


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