Feed eskimo 6 week old puppy how muchfood?
Just keep his dish full, as long as they get plenty of exercise, growing puppies should be allowed to eat as much as they want. Controlling food portions may be important with adult dogs to avoid obesity, but it is much less of a concern for puppies.
For the next several weeks, the only thing your puppy will be able to eat is milk - you should get some puppy milk replacer and be prepared to bottle-feed your puppy every 4-6 hours. Ideally, at two weeks of age your puppy should still be nursing from his mother, which means you don't need to feed your puppy anything - just feed the mother high quality nursing dog food (usually puppy chow is recommended).
You should never feed your dog (adult or puppy) cow's milk. It will cause diarrhea. If you feel you have to give your puppy some type of milk use canned milk, mixed one part canned milk to one part water. A 10 week old pup should be on a good name brand dry puppy food. That is all they need at that age. You can feed it dry or put a little warm water over…