Question by  jmhunter (21)

How can I make sure my nursing dogs are getting the right amount of calcium?

I am concerned about the amount of calcium my dogs are getting through nursing.


Answer by  piya (79)

You need to give them a proper dog food and there are many shops in markets where they sell bones for dogs. Dogs like to chew these bones. They gt calcium form it.


Answer by  austin (20)

If the mother dog has a good well rounded diet, she will pass the nutrients and antibodies on to her pups. Calcium tablets can be purchased over the counter for the mother to help rebuild calcium stores her body has lost through pregnacy and nursing. This form of calcium will also pass along to the puppies also.


Answer by  Mari (134)

It is critical that the Dam receive ample calcium for the number of pups in her litter. A calcium supplement is cheap insurance.

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