This section provides information about German Shepherd Dogs feeding.
As it has been observed, most Afghans give raw meat, rice, bread, beans, nuts, bones and oily food to their dogs which is not healthy for the dogs and in many cases these types of food are very harmful. This is because there have been neither any dogs club to advise people nor there were… Read More ›
An emerging trend among pet owners is the practice of feeding dogs and cats raw meat. This idea is that we should put our domestic cats and dogs on diets that more closely approximate what they might eat in nature. New research from Europe shows the surprising degree to which germs and parasites can be… Read More ›
You can certainly tell the difference between a healthy German Shepherd and an unhealthy one. A healthy German Shepherd not only has bright, alert eyes and a shiny coat, but also a ton of energy. The good health of your dog comes from many factors, including genetic, environmental, as well as nutritional factors. The saying… Read More ›
The German Shepherd is a powerful dog with a muscular body and a large appetite for food. Having German origins, it first grabbed the popular imagination during the first World War for its incredible strength, courage, intelligence and loyalty. In fact, by the time the war was over, the German Shepherd had already cemented its position as the most… Read More ›
Feed what the breeder recommended especially for the first few weeks so as not to disrupt the digestive system. Fresh, clean water should be available to the puppy during the day. You should remove the water overnight. Feed 3 times per day from 8 to 12 weeks of age and twice per day thereafter. If… Read More ›
Even though we feed our dogs plenty of food and treats each day, by nature, many of them will defend or guard their food. Here are some tips prevent food guarding from developing in your pup. Don’t leave your dog’s food out all day. Feed your pup the amount of food recommended by your breeder… Read More ›