How to feed my dog ​​after giving birth

How to feed my dog ​​after giving birth

It is critical because it will decide the amount of milk produced to feed and uphold strong and healthy puppies. The best way to raise a puppy is to give the best power to your mother we inform you how to feed your dog after giving birth.


Usually when a dog has just given birth is not more often than not want to eat. It is very ordinary for the first 12 hours after birth did not ingest any food. It is a very common behavior that mothers is not separated from her cubs to eat in those first hours after birth. What you should consider, as you want to eat is to take food rich in protein. The recurrent consumption is also recommended canned food that usually has high water content and at this time is very important for your dog, as this will help to keep producing enough milk for the puppies. After the first day your dog recovers your hunger bitch exponentially.

How to feed my dog ​​after giving birth

Although it is highly recommended mature feeding with high-end think puppies for more than a few weeks after birth because it will give enough fat protein and calories to their puppies. This feeding will provide the essential nutrients and should pay attention to the amount that should not overdo nutrition you feed your dog in little amounts but more often. In this post we tell you also how to feed a puppy dog.

The realism is that during the three weeks postpartum nutritional needs of the mother add to to four times more than before pregnancy. For every puppy that is nursing their nutritional needs will increase by 25%. You should pay notice to their status despite eating if you want lose weight is that their food is not quality or does not hold enough calories.

We must decide the food with the highest protein and energy intake during late pregnancy and lactation. A good tip to feed your dog and you do not lose weight is to add some extra high fat in their food. A good alternative supplement may be vegetable oil or lard. This description is for information only, in here have no power to prescribe any veterinary treatment or perform any sort of diagnosis. We invite you to take your pet to the vet in the event that presents any kind of condition or discomfort.

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My name is Dr. Winnie. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Duke University, a Masters of Science in Biology from St Georges University, and graduated from the University of Pretoria Veterinary School in South Africa. I have been an animal lover and owners all my life having owned a Rottweiler named Duke, a Pekingese named Athena and now a Bull Mastiff named George, also known as big G! I'm also an amateur equestrian and love working with horses. I'm a full-time Veterinarian in South Africa specializing in internal medicine for large breed dogs. I enjoy spending time with my husband, 2 kids and Big G in my free time. Author and Contribturor at SeniorTailWaggers, A Love of Rottweilers, DogsCatsPets and TheDogsBone