DOG FEEDING: 

  • Puppies need to be fed three to four times each day so as to develop bone growth.
  • Under no circumstances should you feed your dog table scraps.
  • You should avoid feeding your pet directly from the dining table – your pet is not only going to develop obesity but this will definitely encourage begging. 
  • You need to avoid giving your dog too much to eat.     
  • Once your dog becomes obese, it will really take a miracle to make him/her lose the weight. This can also lead to a lot of medical issues such as

1) Abnormal bone development 2) Heart problems 3) High blood sugar 4) Diabetes etc.

  • Along with your dog nutrition plan, make sure that you also give your dog multi-vitamins so as to promote sound health and normal growth.
  • You should feed your dog in a stainless steel bowl and make sure that you clean your pet’s bowl daily.
  •  Ceramic and plastic bowls are not at all recommended.

DEWORMING IN DOGS

The common occurring ENDO-PARASITES include round worms, whip worms, hook worms, tape worms, coccidia and giardia etc., Species which live in your pets’ stomach, intestines and other vital organs.

  • The presence of parasites in a dog is the reason for many diseases.
  • They cause reluctant to take food, weakness, weight loss, loose motions, rough coat, and foul smell in feces.
  • Lot of stress and reduced immunity even in immunized dogs.

Deworming schedule:

  • DE-WORM your puppy at 15th day, repeat at 30th day, 45th day, and 60th day of age initially.
  • Then once in a month up to 6months of age.
  • From 6 months age onwards, once in 2 months.
  • Deworm nursing dogs along with their puppies.
  • Deworm pregnant bitches after one month of mating.
  • Consult a Veterinarian for correct deworming drug every time.  

VACCINATION SCHEDULE:


Diseases

Primary Vaccination

Secondary Vaccination

Re-Vaccination

Canine  Distemper
  
Canine Hepatitis
  (CanineAdenovirus 2)


Corona Viral Enteritis


Canine Parainfluenza


Parvo Virus Infection


Leptospirosis
  (Canicola)
  (icterohaemorrhagiae
)

 

 

 

6 weeks of age

 

 

 

2-3 weeks later
up to
16 weeks of age

 

 

 

Annual

Rabies

3 months of age

After 3 months

Annual

 

Take the advice of the veterinarian regarding the vaccination schedule.



 

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