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42 Days old GSD

Hi all,
Pls help me, my 42 days old GSD was suffered from slight fever by day before and Doc gave him a injection as whole day have tried to give syrup but not worked.
After injection pup was active and playing eating normally. Since last nyt again he is stopped eating Royal Canin food.
Today have tried to feed him dry Royal Canin instead of prepared with water and he eat easily.
Just wanna know if he eat dry Royal Canin maxi starter then any issues??
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Hi all,
Pls help me, my 42 days old GSD was suffered from slight fever by day before and Doc gave him a injection as whole day have tried to give syrup but not worked.
After injection pup was active and playing eating normally. Since last nyt again he is stopped eating Royal Canin food.
Today have tried to feed him dry Royal Canin instead of prepared with water and he eat easily.
Just wanna know if he eat dry Royal Canin maxi starter then any issues??
Attached one more pic of my naughty GSD.
Is that the best food you can find around where you are? dry is fine.
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Hi all,
Pls help me, my 42 days old GSD was suffered from slight fever by day before and Doc gave him a injection as whole day have tried to give syrup but not worked.
After injection pup was active and playing eating normally. Since last nyt again he is stopped eating Royal Canin food.
Today have tried to feed him dry Royal Canin instead of prepared with water and he eat easily.
Just wanna know if he eat dry Royal Canin maxi starter then any issues??
Attached one more pic of my naughty GSD.
Is that the best food you can find around where you are? dry is fine.
So far yes. Can you advise best food for GSD. I’ll try to search.
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Whenever a very young pup stops eating, gets diarrhea, or vomits, I would have the vet run a parvo test, if such testing is available to you.
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Whenever a very young pup stops eating, gets diarrhea, or vomits, I would have the vet run a parvo test, if such testing is available to you.
lemme check btw he is eating now. And biting a lot running to bite our legs with his shark teeth. Lol.
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Is that the best food you can find around where you are? dry is fine.
As far as I know Royal Canin is one of the best food. Recommended by Vets also.

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lemme check btw he is eating now. And biting a lot running to bite our legs with his shark teeth. Lol.

If the pup is eating and has lots of energy, then I'm not worried about parvo. When they stop eating and get listless...that's when it gets scary.
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If the pup is eating and has lots of energy, then I'm not worried about parvo. When they stop eating and get listless...that's when it gets scary.
My Marshall eating slight less then 2 days ago but every time after pooping or peeing he charged dramatically and with his shark sharp tooth’s grab our legs hand finger face whatever he was able to grab and start biting and playing.
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As far as I know Royal Canin is one of the best food. Recommended by Vets also.
The kennel owner that boards my dogs for me is a well known breeder of German shepherds. He feeds his dogs nothing but Royal Canin!
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The kennel owner that boards my dogs for me is a well known breeder of German shepherds. He feeds his dogs nothing but Royal Canin!
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