Which brand of food is good for a poodle puppy?

asked 2020-07-28 21:21:16 -0500

Hi, so my puppy is a mix poodle. He seems fine last week, but these day he doesn't want to eat, normally it just took 5mins for him to eat but now about 30mins to 1 hour and he just ate half of it. He still eat same food Royal Canin for poodle. I dont know maybe he is in a process of teething or maybe just change his food, do you have any brand that recommend for poodle puppy?

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Diamond Naturals! They're super healthy... My dogs are picky eaters, but they enjoy this brand! When I say they're picky, I mean they're superrrr picky - so I'm glad I found the right brand! (Here are other healthy ones!) https://acedogblog.com/healthy-dog-food-brands/

Monica G.'s profile image Monica G.  ( 2020-08-28 23:22:04 -0500 ) edit

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answered 2020-07-29 14:20:33 -0500

For my puppy, I use Iams Healthy Puppy food. You'll want to stick to a "puppy" food until around 1 years old. The puppy foods have extra fat in it, which helps them to grow. For my 2 year old dog, I use Royal Canin, which is a little more expensive but is great quality. If you plan on switching your pup's food, make sure to do it slowly. If you do it right away it can upset their stomach, since puppy's have a more sensitive digestive system. My dogs take their time when they eat and tend to graze, rather than eating all at once. This isn't something to be worried about unless your pup stops eating entirely. Some dogs would just prefer to eat slower - which is totally fine!

Some other popular food brands include Taste of the Wild, Blue Buffalo, Royal Canin, Natural Balance, and Science Diet. It may take some time to find a food that suits your pup! My older dog is super picky so it took me a little bit longer to find the right food for her. You can also try adding things like peanut butter, pumpkin, and chicken broth to your pup's dry food in order to try and promote eating.

Good luck!

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answered 2020-08-20 04:57:04 -0500


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answered 2020-08-18 01:53:06 -0500

I think natural dry food is better.

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answered 2020-09-03 02:11:46 -0500


Make sure you switch foods slowly, should take about 10 days. And rest assured dogs will never starve themselves lol. I have apx time I feed the dogs. After a certain time, I pick the food back up. If they're allowed to graze and eat off and on through out the day, when it comes time for dinner they won't be hungry ;)

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