Feeding your dog can be an expensive thing. You want to give him the best diet however commercial dog and kitten nutrition food is not cheap. There is an alternative which is also seen as a potentially healthier as well as more economically viable option which many dog owners are turning to. This is known as the raw dog food diet and you can start to wean young dogs on to it from being a puppy.
If you have a young puppy and you think that the raw food approach may be the best thing to do for him diet-wise then you can plan for this and wean him on to it. Take advice from your vet if in any doubt. Generally speaking the earlier you start a young dog on to this diet the better as his system will start to get used to it and he can get all the natural nutrients and all that good stuff from it too.
To help wean the puppy away from his mother’s milk you on to the raw food diet you might consider starting with fresh milk meals from cow or goat’s milk. To supplement and add to these milk meals to help your puppy and persian cat in malaysia get the nourishment he needs to grow and develop as well as get him used to his new diet include things like eggs, natural honey or perhaps natural yoghurt. Pop everything in to a blender and give it a good whisk so it is easy for your puppy to eat and digest.
As to frequency of feeding, take your cue from the dog. Notice how often he goes to his mum for a feed and you will know how often you can step in with a raw food milk meal wean instead. This may be four or five times a day for the first few weeks of the puppy’s life.
As your puppy develops and grows the next step is when he will be ready to be started with some solid food. This can generally be from around six weeks old when his teeth start to appear. Now you can start to get him on to some solids as part of his raw food diet. Nothing too tough to begin with. Perhaps some soft vegetable with plenty of protein. Try to stay away from cabbages as these can cause dog flatulence just like they can with us humans. Grains are things to stay away from also.
As a precaution and to help you quickly to catch on to any raw foods your dog may not like or be allergic to you might go with giving him one sort of vegetable or meat for say a week at a time. If the dog shows any signs of not liking it or an adverse reaction you can stop serving it to him. And you will of course by this process catch on quickly to what he does like and include those foods in …