A dog that plays its role perfectly is first and foremost a well-maintained puppy. That's why you need to know about good puppy feeding. Find out the mandatory tips for healthy puppy feeding.
Pace and change of feeding
To facilitate digestion in humans, meals should be taken at specific times. Likewise, you should feed your puppy at very specific times. In fact, it's a good idea to feed puppies three times a day until they're five months old. But from the 6th month of age to 1.5 years of age, you can reduce their food to two meals a day. And this should not change until they are fully grown.
On the other hand, when you buy a puppy, you must pay attention to its diet. You should never change his diet abruptly to avoid digestive problems. You should provide him with a compound food. You simply mix small amounts of the old food with the new food. Over time, his body will adapt to the new food.
Meal patterns and amounts
When you eat your meal, it's best if your puppy doesn't get anything from the table. When you finish eating, you can then serve your puppy. Because if he eats between these meal times, he can easily develop obesity. Also, you should make sure that he eats for no more than 20 minutes. The amount of food you give your puppy depends on his weight and age. The instructions for the dosage are often written on the packaging of the food. But you should weigh your puppy every two weeks. This way you can easily determine the growth curve.
A perfect conservation of the food
The best solution for storage is to use bags of kibble for food for at least one month. You can even use the storage boxes for a perfect preservation of your puppy's kibble. If your puppy doesn't like cold meals, you should take the storage box out of the refrigerator for at least an hour before the meal. In addition, you should provide your puppy with quality water on a regular basis.