How to raise adult Pug
Beyond 6 months old is the period when Pug puppies enter adulthood. How to raise a Pug during this period is also much different from when it was a child.
Protein: about 20-25%. Often found in meat, fish, animal organs.
Fat: about 10-15%. Usually available in meat, with no additional supply required.
Starch: about 10-15%. Often found in rice, potatoes, sweet potatoes …
Fiber, calcium, vitamins and other minerals: remaining. Found in vegetables / tubers / fruit, shrimp / crab / clam / …
Pug dogs in this stage are very susceptible to obesity, so you need to control the amount of food for the dog because they are very voracious and feed as much as much. Usually, just feed Pug 2 meals / day. According to researchers, an adult Pug needs to eat 3 to 4% of its body weight. For example, if your dog weighs about 8kg, each meal is about 200g of food.
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