You need to feed your puppy 4 times a day until it is 4 months old. Then feed it 2 times a day until it is about 8 months old. Then one good meal should do after that.
They do feed their young but until they are 1-2 months old
let it feed on its mothers milk until it is about 2 and a half months old
when 5 months old feed 5 cups a day 3 times when 8 months or older feed 12 cups a day two times.
When I first got my dog, which was when she was four months old, I was told to feed her one cup of her dog food. Now that she is one I feed her two cups a day. One in the morning, and one in the evening.
To be safe, she should be at least 18 months old.
you should feed your lab about four times a day
NO!!!!!!!!! IT WOULDNT BE SAFE TO GIVE ANYTHING 2-YEAR-OLD CHICKEN. OR ANY 2-YEAR-OLD FOOD!!!!!!!!!!
DO NOT FEED YOUR DOG GRAIN.. Grain is not and never has been in a dogs natural diet
2 meals a day to feed that animal it is a small portion of vitamins and minerals
I would wait until the birds are at least 4 months old.
yes you can feed your baby "baby jar food" but not until he/she is atleast 4-6 months old...
Well, first does she feed them and does she let them near her? If yes, then it is safe. If she doesn't feed them, and doesn't let them anywhere near her, i don't think it is safe. Coming from my view that is.
its mother should be feeding and watching the baby until it it seven months old.
Leopards feed their cubs by allowing them to suckle for at least three months. The leopard will also feed the cubs meat when they turn six or seven weeks old.
You should not feed your dog anything at all that might be to old. By not knowing how old it is the smart thing to do would be to not feed your dog the chicken. It is better to be safe than sorry and in this case your dog could get very sick.
atleast six glasses of milk daily
Yes, they nurse milk from the mother until about 4 months old.
Wait until they stop suckling. About 2 months old.
Between 18 and 30 months old
Yes, it is safe to feed a 5 week old puppy evaporated milk. It is thick enough to mimic the mother's natural milk.