Buying a puppy of Yorkshire Terrierin detail ask the breeder how and what to eat the kid and what was the mode of this power. In the first 3-4 weeks stick to those recommendations and the diet followed by the breeder.
After the puppy turns 3 months, do it a second shot and start to translate it to another food. If you on the advice of your vet decided to feed him only dry food and industrial manufacturing, we only use food designed for puppies. Feed him three times a day and do not leave food in the bowl if he didn't finish his portion.
Follow the diet and feed your dog at the same time. Adhere to the nutritional standards, they are designed for dogs of a certain age. A bowl of water should be always full. Change its contents several times a day.
In that case, if you decide to feed puppy natural products, you will have to work extra hard the menu was varied and balanced for your small dog. All products must be perfectly fresh and give them necessary according to carefully calculated standards. If at the age of 3 months you began to move the dog to a new food, do it gradually over 10-14 days, replacing the old food with new food.
Meat puppy can be given only boiled, it can be: rabbit, Turkey, chicken, beef or lamb. From cereals, give preference to boiled rice and buckwheat. From dairy products puppy best offer: yogurt, fermented baked milk and yogurt. The menu cheese. It needs to be diluted yogurt to the condition of liquid sour cream and mash with a fork so that the puppy was easier to swallow.
The weight of one serving of food must not exceed the norms – 1 tablespoon with a slide of feed per pound of his weight. If it weighs 1 kg, then his serving – 2 tablespoons of food. After 3 months of serving of milk or yogurt is not considered a full feeding and must be supplemented with other foods.
In the diet of the puppy must be at least 50% meat. He can also give boiled vegetables, but up to six months, their number shall not exceed 1 tablespoon per day. After six months, the menu should appear raw vegetables. Avoid giving him fatty, sugary, salty or fried foods and eliminate gourmet products: chocolates, salmon, caviar, hard cheeses – for the baby it is harmful and heavy meals.