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Can you feed your red eared slider dog kibble?


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2012-11-10 20:30:35
2012-11-10 20:30:35

no you shouldn't feed your turtle dog kibble.

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You have to buy it kibble or be ask for kibble. Once you get kibble from your Farmville neighbors you then go to your dog. Click on him. Select feed from the menu that appears and your dog is fed. You can only feed your dog once in a 24 hour period.

no, they prefer meow mix.

You need to either ask your friends for kibble or purchase it from the market. Then click on your puppy and choose feed now.

of course there is i have one he hisses all the time at the cats and the dog

A Beagle is a dog that would normally eat dog kibble or any special diet that it's owners would feed it.

nothing for 2 hours then water and then start gradually getting them back to dog kibble

No I wouldn't risk it. I would feed him those dog bacon strip or Kibble or Raw steak if he's been a good boy for 3 days

Whatever you like. Dry dog food/kibble, wet/canned dog food, or a raw diet.

kibble is a good dog name if you like it but i like the name kibble

No, squash is not what Red Eared Sliders should eat, they probably won't eat it anyway. You can feed him turtle pellets, live feeder fish, small snails, live turtle safe aquatic plants and occasionally supplement his diet with hard boiled eggs, cooked chicken, raw ground beef, and soggy dog food.

It depends on the individual dog. I have a 80lb German Shepherd and we go through a 33lb bag aprox. every two months. So roughly 180lbs a year. Some large dogs will go through 30lbs a month, two weeks etc. It varies to on what kind of kibble you feed. A lower quality kibble means you will be feeding more, a higher quality kibble means you will feed less. My girl only needs two cups of kibble a day and some like her need 6+ cups of kibble a day. So yes it varies on the dog itself.

You should feed your dog some sort of kibble or dog food according to its size. Also, the vet usually tells you the best for your dog. A very trustful brand is Royal Canin or MediCal, both protect dogs from urinarry crystals and teeth decay.

Because of the state of the Yorkshire terriers teeth you have to be extra careful with them. You CAN feed them "soft" foods but it's not recommended. You should feed the dog kibble so they have to use their teeth. Also brushing their teeth is very important.

dam dog no! lol def get ur lil buddy scoped out by a veterinarian brother

Short-eared dog was created in 1883.

Absolutly yes. Puppies can only eat kibble. And only kibble! Don't feed your puppy treats, or any soft foods. The only thing your dog should be chewing on is water, kibble and toys. I recemend Eukeneba for puppies. When your dog gets older, Give it Beneful. When your dog is at least one years old put beneful kibble and add some vitamins. Here is the list of soe medications. Garlic Capsols: Helps with shedding. Glucosamine Vitamine E Vitamine C ask your vet before you do this to make sure its right for YOUr dog!

Regular dog kibble should be fine. Mostly all dog food brands have different kibble for toy dogs, small dogs, medium-large dogs, etc. Some dog food brands such as Science Diet have different kibble for different breeds, but I doubt that will be necessary.

A cat eats cat food and cat kibble NEVER dog food. You can buy cat food at most supermarkets, corner shops. And pet shops

Dog food/kibble, just the same as any other dog.

Ask your vet. It depends how old your bichon is. However, if you cannot afford to have a check up with a vet, just feed her the same kibble but three more tablespoons. Not too much or she will get bloated. That is very bad for a dog.

Your lactating dog should be eating during pregnancy and beyond a premium quality puppy food. My dog is four weeks post partum, and she is eating 18 cups of kibble per day, prior to me moistening it with water. It is best to add water to the kibble (hot water), let it cool down, and then feed it to her (the mother) warm. I do 6 cups of puppy kibble to 6 cups of hot water, cool it down a bit, and then hand feed her. Yes, it is a bit gross, but it also gives her extra liquid in her diet, which helps with lactation. As soon as you think your dog is pregnant, get her on the puppy food, until the pups have stopped nursing. Hope this helps.

It depends on what food you feed your little dog. For example, f it was a chihuahua or a poodle and you were feeding it custom made food for little dogs in individual cans with lots o0f meats and vegetables, it would probably be really expensive, but if you feed it dry kibble, it won't cost a lot.

consistency and color are related to the dogs diet. It sounds like your dog might be eating a raw diet? When I feed my dogs straight meat their stools are very small, whitish and more dense than when they have kibble.

It really depends what food you feed them, if i feed one of my dogs kibble bits he will poop a yellowish-green color. So if you change the type of food, your dog should be fine. If that doesn't work see a Vet.

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