10 Week Old Siberian Husky
When you look at the 10-week-old Husky puppy you are immediately drawn to the eyes and look down to examine the body of the dog. You can’t help but notice the baby Husky has soft skin and a beautiful coat. You can’t help but wonder if you can take care of this cute little baby puppy and make sure that it stays healthy. The answer is yes, you can!
Puppy food is very important. It doesn’t matter what breed of dog you have, there is always going to be a different diet that they will need. The Husky is no different. They are unique in that their bodies are still developing, and therefore there are certain foods that they need. One of the things that you should do is read the food label on the bag. There are certain food items that you will need to avoid for your Husky puppy. It’s important that you know what they are and what they aren’t so that you don’t have any trouble in the future.
One of the first foods that you need to avoid is anything made with chicken or pork. The proteins found in these items are too large and cause the intestines to become irritated and cause vomiting. In addition, if the dog is eating a lot of this type of food you should find out how often you should take them off of it.
If you want to feed your Husky with a mixture of milk and meat, you will need to make sure that you get the meat from the store and not from the breeder. When you get the meat from the breeder it will not be properly processed and therefore the bones will not be properly formed. This will cause problems with the bones and the dog will have difficulty digesting it. This is why you need to make sure that you check on the meat before feeding it to your Husky puppy.
Something else that you should avoid when you are feeding your Husky puppy is anything that is made with wheat, rye, barley, or oats. The enzymes found in these types of grains will not work properly with your dog’s digestive system. These are used to break down meat proteins so if you are using this type of food you may be putting yourself and your dog at risk. If your Husky eats wheat, rye, barley, or oats in such a high amount that it affects its digestion you should find a source of the product that is completely wheat-free.
Another factor that can affect your dog’s health is the number of vitamins and minerals that you feed them. Since your puppy is still a baby, you will want to make sure that you don’t add as much salt and other preservatives to the food. Instead of adding to the salt and preservatives, you can add more vegetables and fruits to it. Be careful though, as these preservatives may cause other problems with your dog’s digestive system as well. You should try to stay away from fruits and vegetable-based supplements that contain lots of sugar as well.