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  • #63913
    puppyblues
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    More newbie questions  😀

    Been giving scooby pro/yog bananas and oats 4 breakfast for a few weeks now. (still a little loose with that) for the rest of the day he has “balls in a bag”
    I made up a batch of chick thighs 50% 50% carrots and brown rice. Cooked bevs porridge way. I gave him a wee little bit which he wolfed down.
    Now I need to know how much to feed him?. (Searched the internet with no definative answer).
    Also how gradually should I switch him over?
    And also, time lines. How long should I leave it before i say, switch meat or veg or carb?
    And also also lol I plan on giving him a weekly bone for his teeth. When would be a good time to fit this in. Phew sorry to be such hard work but my boy is starving……………………

    #73876
    Val
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    I always feed by feel if the dog feels right then they are getting enoughif they are getting a bit podgy then I cut back.
    I have two questions why are you only giving a bone once a week? Where is the fish in this diet?
    Val

    #73877
    puppyblues
    Member

    Bev has a diet sheet for me but is having trouble sending.
    I was thinking I should slowly add things in to avoid upsetting his belly.
    My o/h has huge issues about raw feeding chicken. No matter how much I educate him. So I was going to give him enough bones to keep his teeth healthy.(when he is not around)
    But I guess raw fish would work.

    #73878
    Val
    Member

    It does not have to be chicken any bones that are none weight bearing are fine they will help his gut.
    Val

    #73879
    *Nat*
    Member

    Tinned sardines in vegetable oil are good  🙂

    #73880
    Sweetypye
    Member

    Sardines, mackeral or pilchards in tomato sauce, very good for dogs in many ways.

    #73881
    puppyblues
    Member

    Just by itself? We don’t have mixer here  :canadian: 
    Should I wait a while in between each new item. He is still only a pup.
    So Rib bones ?? what else is none weight bearing.?
    Should cheer him up. Went to the groomers yesterday and she shaved his belly 🙁 and he has teddy bear feet. Sulked all last night  :baby:

    #73882
    Mudgie
    Member

    my puppy had bones from age of 9 weeks – will try and find photos – bones were about same size as her  ;D

    #73883
    Val
    Member

    [quote author=puppyblues link=topic=14764.msg272578#msg272578 date=1253906818]

    Just by itself? We don’t have mixer here  :canadian:
    It’s not importany 
    Should I wait a while in between each new item. He is still only a pup.
    He’s a dog just young ::)
    So Rib bones ?? what else is none weight bearing.?
    Last time I looked legs were the only part of an animal that were weight bearing  ::)
    Should cheer him up. Went to the groomers yesterday and she shaved his belly 🙁 and he has teddy bear feet. Sulked all last night  :baby:
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    What can I say if you groom your own dog then it doesn’t get a belly shave with with teddy bear feet

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