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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-24-2015, 06:36 AM Thread Starter
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what and how much quatity should feed to 3 month gsd

I have 3 months 1 week gsd. Firstly I was feeding him cerelac when he was very young and then I started royal canin starter till he become 3 months and now I start giving him
At breakfast- mixture of rice+chapati+buffalo milk+curd.
At lunch-- boiled minced chicken( liver, kidney, lungs, heart and some boneless chicken ) .
At dinner-- boiled vegetables or same as breakfast.
And calcium daily+ fresh water is always there.
My gsd is also looks v slim and l asked many gsd owners and the told me that he will gain weight after taking full hieght growth.
MY GSD ALWAYS FEELS HUNGRY.
I daily go for some running with him.
No vet and breeder guide the proper quantity. I am confused that should I increase his diet. Can you plz share what and how much you feed to your pup. (Although every thing is going normal and he is gaining hieght but not that much wieght as listed on gsd charts at website)
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-24-2015, 08:05 AM
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Puppies will eat non-stop just cause he or she keeps eating doesn't mean they are still hungry be careful you don't want to over feed
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That isn't a raw diet. I don't know what chapati is, but the breakfast consists of foods the puppy doesn't need. Rice, buffalo milk and curd are not species appropriate. The lunch is all cooked. Veggies should only be a small part of the diet. Not a whole meal. What is your source of calcium? Calcium comes from the bones that we feed. Please, please do more research on feeding a raw diet. Your puppy is not getting the nutrients it needs to grow and gain muscle like it should.

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Your dog needs raw, edible bones, organ meat, and muscle meat.

This is easy to read and has some good information. Look at the pictures. That is what your dog should be eating.

Do not run with a puppy until he is at least 18 months old.

http://leerburg.com/pdf/feedingrawdiet.pdf
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Thank you all for sharing your views
It help me alot. I will also make diet chart from breeder for my pup now
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