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Health and Care of Your Puppy

Discussion in 'Pit Bull Puppy Discussions' started by Vicki, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. Ali132

    Ali132 Good Dog

    A injection for what?
    How old are you? Judging by your Jonas brothers avatar your pretty young and this should be something your parents deal with..
  2. Jsmithka

    Jsmithka Puppy

    we have had that problem in the past and Mackeral juice from the can (which you can get at the grocery store, it's near the tuna and salmon) and pedialyte worked everytime! Hope that helps!
  3. Kamdon

    Kamdon GRCH Dog

    You don't need to give a puppy supplements. Just quality kibble

    Sooooooooo is the pup 4 weeks old or 4 months old. There is a big difference
  4. drypet

    drypet Puppy

    Puppies (and dogs) fairly usually have parasites, which most be eliminated in order for your puppy to stay strong and healthy. Have a stool sample checked by your veterinarian as soon as you get your new pet.
  5. Brandi L Law

    Brandi L Law Puppy

    Look for a pet planet or some type of pet store that doesn't sell pets (those often will carry good quality food) I would recomment Acana, Origen, NOW, Best 5-Star Dry Puppy Foods most anything in this link.

    In reference of not being able to afford a premium food. It should run you around 80 - 100$ a month for kibble. For a good quality food. This is taking into consideration Acana that is made close to me so is cheaper to buy but one of the best foods around. I do NOT feed this to my 6 year lab/pit or to my 11 week pit puppy but did have my labX on when she was a pup. It does not sit well with my new pup and the adult did not sit well with my lab when i switched from puppy BUT my shih-tzu and cats are on it. I AM LOW INCOME WITH 4 KIDS. I am on medical disibilty and do not get much money especially whe n you factor in feeding 4 boys and the animals I have and I still make it work to feed my animals a quality food. A good way to look at it is pet chow or a grocery store brand is FULL of cancer and other health related causing preservatives and fillers. It is like consistently feeding your pet McDonalds or the like.

    Even if you could cut it half and half that would be something. Or see what you can cut out on a daily or monthly basis to be able to afford a premium food. It will be worth it in the long run. Your animal will %wise be healthier, less vet visits and feel better, be happier.
  6. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Super Moderator

    That question was asked 2 years ago.
  7. Vinny12

    Vinny12 Puppy

    I have a 10 week old puppy, just need to know if it is ok mix his kibble with polony.

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  8. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    Bologna? Why would you want to do that?
  9. Carley

    Carley Puppy

    So my 4 month old puppy Gags or hacks sometimes, like he has something suck in his throat. I don't know if its him teething and his gums are bleeding or allergies.
    I don't think it is a serious condition because he still has an appitite and energy as normal. Help.
  10. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    Can you make a video?
  11. RichJack

    RichJack Puppy

    Do you play tug with the pup using a blanket? I have noticed that sometimes fibers get loose from blankets or other "material" like items that the dog puts in its mouth...then sometimes after playtime gags and hacks up saliva onto the floor.
  12. harkarp

    harkarp Puppy

    Is it okay if I continually give it dry dog food?

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