HondaX wrote:I always usually leave food for the puppy at all times and his bowl is always filled.
Fast-N-Nefari0us wrote:Never feed your dog/puppy raw eggs or meat. These may have harmful bacteria and protozoas.
Fast-N-Nefari0us wrote:Also, a healthy puppy needs to have food out at all times. If the puppy is healthy, then he will stay fat during these fast growing times.
Fast-N-Nefari0us wrote:This is what I've learned and may not be true, but it would be a good idea to research this.
Fast-N-Nefari0us wrote:Raw egg whites contain an enzime called Avidin, which ties up the vitamin biotin, and if fed regularly a biotin deficiency can occur. Symptoms of this deficiency include dermatitis, loss of hair, poor growth, and thinning of the bones.
Fast-N-Nefari0us wrote:Back then, dogs ate everything raw, but now, food is processed differently and no longer natural. Animals like chickens, pigs, turkeys, cattle must receive their dose of antibiotics in order to either promote growth or to treat & prevent diseases.
Fast-N-Nefari0us wrote:I feel If a dog is healthy and high quality kibble is given, then there shouldn't be a need for vitamins and supplements. For anyone that hasn't seen this, check it out:
something to think about if feeding low end kibble. ;-)
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