Puppies, fragile as they are, they need to be given utmost attention, most especially when it comes to their nutrition. These little ones have immature systems and need to be given extra care, their intake should be able to supply enough their dietary needs to meet growth and development demands.
Put in mind that these puppies are not be fed with canned foods, pre-moistened foods, and table scraps. We recommend dry dog food for this matter. The dry texture of the food creates an abrasive action to the dog’s teeth and gums, which means lesser chances of plaque build-up and tartar, abscesses, tooth loss, bad breath and gum disease.
There are three forms of commercially produced dog foods: dry kibble, semi-moist (sealed packages) and moist (canned). Dry kibble is mostly recommended since it has meat protein sources. In addition to the prevention of oral problems, and that these are easy to chew, dry food is easy to store, less expensive than alternatives, more conveniently served, palatable and has less odor.