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Bulking up my puppy

Discussion in 'Pit Bull Puppy Discussions' started by Pat H, Jan 7, 2019.

  1. Pat H

    Pat H Puppy

    6CD8DB77-AED6-47C1-B254-CDB653B954B2.jpeg Im new to the group and I just need a bit of advice. I recently just bought a Lab/pix yesterday night, he’s about 10weeks, I named him Euro

    Euro came with NO food so I went to the store this morning and bought him Eukanuba.

    I want to either mix his food or use an organic way to help my dog bulk up in size for him to stand out.

    I know a lot of people who do not feed dogs table food or even prep their food with human food and then again I know there are ALOT of folks who use human food/ meal prep for their dog and their dog is 100% healthy. Any suggestions? I’m open to anything and I would love to put him on a structured diet throughout the day. Thanks
     
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  2. Sagebrush

    Sagebrush Good Dog

    "Bulk" is mostly genetic. Feed him a good food -- you'll get all kinds of opinion here on that! Use a good kibble for the basic diet, and then add in some human-type foods if you want -- eggs, beef, chicken, table scraps. I've always fed table scraps, but the kibble is the basis of the diet. Use common sense! That pup has a lot of bone and leg and will likely be quite impressive-looking without worrying about "bulk".
     
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  3. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    welcome, i feed acana kibble, 1 TBS eagle pack canned turkey, 1 TBS canned pumpkin, and i cook eggs or calf liver a few times per week sometimes. sometimes i buy primal goats milk or canned tripe. i also give a small amount of coconut oil a few times per week, 1/2 tsp. im planning on giving some freeze dried food periodically too.
     
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  4. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    He is too young to worry about bulking him up. Feed him a good quality dog food and he will be a healthy pup.
     
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  5. Astroworld

    Astroworld Puppy

    The puppy is 10 weeks old.....why are we talking about bulking? He looks great. And don’t add size to the dog that wasn’t meant to be on him. Let that animal reach its natural genetic potential and go from there.
     

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