How to feed a puppy | how to feed the best food to puppy

Today we are going to see about nutrition and what what you should look for in your puppies food. just like infants, puppies require different levels of food nutrition than older dogs. Physically puppies grow faster during the first six months the right nutrition is critical to support this rapid growth. Your puppy should receive premium puppy food until he reaches his adult height and growth.

One more thing to consider is that the puppy's energy requirement can be e nearly twice that of an adult dog.

Types of foods

1.Dry kibble



Most veterinarians and trainers recommend dry kibble food. Because it is fat content and the fact that moist food can spoil.
Dry kibble also helps with tartar control which is particularly important for his developing teeth. When you are shopping for there are a couple of things you need to keep in mind.

1. Check the label for " formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO dog food nutrient profile for growth"

2. Read the ingredient listed on the back of the package and look for real meat as the first ingredient.

Type of Foods and Benefits

1. Animal protein - for strong muscles.

2. Calcium -  for Strong Teeth and bone

3. DHA - for brain central nervous system and vision

4. Iron - for healthy blood

5. Probiotics for the healthy immune system

Puppy food Also contain animal-based protein for strong muscles. protein Requirement for throwing puppies than that for adult dogs. high-quality protein is critical for puppies to create high-quality New body tissue they grow. Just like a baby, you are a puppy’s ability to learn depends on Healthy brain development.

The nutritional needs for office differ for different breeds sizes. A large breed puppy grows more quickly. because of that they actually need less calcium so their bones don't grow too fast. medium breed dogs need a careful balance of calories and nutrients to be sure that they won't gain excess weight. while small breed puppy needs dense food in small bites. because their metabolism tends to be faster.

Feeding schedule

Just like babies puppies do best on a regular schedule. schedule teaches them that there are times to eat, and times play and times to potty. Obviously, the feeding schedule will largely be dictated by your personal schedule.  but no matter what puppies younger than 4 months must feed multiple times per day.


 treats should be less than 10% of your puppy's diet. when selecting treat hard chew treats are ideal because they improve dental health. Also, save trees for the training session.