What food can Puppies eat?

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You can feed plain, cooked shrimp to your dog.

Shrimp is a healthy treat for dogs, as it's an excellent source of protein and provides a significant amount of vitamins and minerals (61).

However, you should avoid feeding raw shrimp to your dog, as it may contain harmful bacteria that could make him sick.


At around four weeks of age, puppies can begin to transition from nursing to eating solid food.

When making the transition to solid food, a high-quality dry puppy kibble can be soaked with warm water and milk replacer and blended to the consistency of gruel.

This can be made available several times a day.


Feeding adult food will rob your puppy of important nutrients. Four feedings a day are usually adequate to meet nutritional demands. Large breeds should be fed unmoistened dry food by 9 or 10 weeks; small dogs by 12 or 13 weeks. 3–6 months: Sometime during this period, decrease feedings from four to three a day.


Typical hushpuppy ingredients include cornmeal, wheat flour, eggs, salt, baking soda, milk or buttermilk, and water, and may include onion, spring onion (scallion), garlic, whole kernel corn, and peppers.

Sometimes pancake batter is used.


Causes of Food Aggression in Dogs.

The behavior is thought to be a throwback to the time when wild dogs had to hunt for their food and, when food resources were scarce, they had to protect what they had.

This is the same type of aggression exhibited when protecting their mates and living areas for reasons of survival.


Based in the US, Blue Buffalo makes premium-quality pet foods using real meat, fruit, and vegetables.

BLUE Life Protection Formula puppy food is made with natural ingredients, including protein-rich deboned chicken, whole grains, garden vegetables, and fruit.

Although feeding your husky commercial dry or wet food is less expensive, lasts longer and is easier to store, many husky parents have switched their dog's diet to include more nutritional and healthier raw foods like chicken, beef, lamb, fish, fruits (no grapes, prunes or raisins) and vegetables.

Feeding your Labrador puppy on kibble.

In most parts of the world you can buy ready-made pelleted puppy food of good quality.

Otherwise known as "kibble", these dried, pelleted foods come in sacks or cartons.

They store well provided that you don't get them damp.

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