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2020-06-08

Dog feeding methods | cat and dogs

Dog feeding methods | cat and dogs


Dog feeding methods

The type of food provided to dogs varies according to the size and age of the dog, the amount of food to be provided to a small dog and the size of the dog varies, and age plays a key role in determining the type of dog food. 

The little puppies are fed. 

Dog feeding methods | cat and dogs

Feeding newborn puppies in the first three months of care requires careful care, and the educator should begin to gradually and systematically shift the puppy from the breast milk diet to the puppy's

 diet by being kept away for short and then long periods from the mother. The importance of this step is to gradually get the puppy away from the mother's care. This process is called weaning, preferably 

starting in the third or fourth week. There is no need to feed the puppy any extra food before weaning, but if the mother is sick and does not produce enough milk, artificial milk or veterinary 

medicine is treated for guidance. During weaning, the dog is fed with dog-specific food and wet with warm water, and food is served repeatedly after weaning to maintain the level of blood sugar, and if any side effects, such as diarrhea and vomiting, should be reviewed as soon as possible.

Feeding adult dogs 

Dog feeding methods | cat and dogs

Food for adult dogs should be enough to meet their energy needs and compensate for the body's cells and tissues. The amount of food provided to the dog must be commensurate with its size and energy 

so that it does not exceed its need, causing it to cause the most serious diseases to accumulate fat, and not less than its needs, and it becomes wasting and double. The dog's activity varies depending on its 

type and movement, so the educator must determine the amount of food sufficient for his dog's body. The amount of food required for a dog can be determined by a veterinarian, which may increase in 

winter, when the dog is active or has a disease. It is usually recommended to provide two meals a day for an adult dog, with a time period of up to 8-10 hours between them. This way of controlling the 

the behavior of the animal helps. Some divide meals into three meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner, and each meal has its own schedule and varies depending on the type and age of the dog. Meals containing 

raw eggs are served to be a special meal for dogs that practice violent practice and are served after the sixth month of the dog's life, while the meal with the flesh and bones It is given to the dog daily in

 order to strengthen its jaws and fill its need for protein and is given, and can be replaced by the rest of the lunch, but not every day, until the age of six months.

Dog food

Dog feeding methods | cat and dogs

 Depending on the types of dogs and their sizes, there are special foods that are spreading in the markets and different types, and all the educators ought to do is put the dog ready food on specific dates. There are three different types of dog eating:
(Dry eating) 
It consists of fat, vitamins, bone powder, some dry flames, minerals, carbohydrates, and some salts in appropriate amounts, which are mixed together in the form of balls in small sizes. This type of weight loss is characterized by the fact that it contains all the necessary nutrients.
(Canoneating)
It is a food consisting of a mixture of rice, loam, ground bones, vitamins, and salts, but this food is expensive. 
(Home-eating dogs)
 This food is characterized by the fact that it is a raisin and increases the dog's attachment to man, and it is not costly, because it is most likely a legacy of human eating. 

General notes on dog feeding

Dog feeding methods | cat and dogs

 Home dog educators should stick to some important notes in keeping the dog healthy,
 and from these notes
The meal should be warm and warm. 
Liver food is twice a week so that the body's uric acid content does not increase. 
Stay away from home-eating condoms that contain large amounts of salts or fats, especially before the age of six. 
Teach the dog to wait until he puts the food in front of him and then orders him to eat so that he does not put the educator at risk. 
Provide good water and clean water to the dog, and renew it continuously. 
Not giving the dog any extra meals that can cause the fat in his body to increase, thus gaining weight over normal.

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