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What should sport dog eat?

Discussion in 'Sports & Activities' started by Hellic, Jan 3, 2017.

  1. Hellic

    Hellic Pup

    I have 7 and half month old pup.
    I want to have muscular,strong and big dog.
    I wonder which is the best food for growth and muscle-build or nutrition like raw meat and . . .
    What vitamins to give..?
     
  2. Jstaff

    Jstaff Pup

    You can't beat a raw diet in my opinion, particularly chicken, beef and venison
     
  3. determination

    determination Big Dog

    The size of the dog is in the genetics
     
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  4. determination

    determination Big Dog

    But raw ,if done properly is the way to go. Rf1 is a good supplement . I wouldn't exercise the dog to hard until it's 2 yrs old. Learn about raw diets, then apply, and adjust to what seems to be the best for your dog.
     
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  5. determination

    determination Big Dog

    Also a healthy in shape dog will be much more confident and it's posture will reflect that. Which will make it look slightly bigger lol.
     
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  6. c_note

    c_note Top Dog

    I wouldn't wait til 2 to exercise the dog hard. You can walk them on leash asap, that's exercise whether they realize it or not. At 8-10 months is when I start to do a lil more. By a yr we in the grove. By 2 you should know the dog VERY well.
     
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  7. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    A balance diet. There is no need for supplementation if the diet is well balanced.

    I start working my dogs at 5-6-7-8 weeks old. Of course they do not know they are working. They think they are playing but the joke is on them later in life. Chasing a ball. Fighting a tug. Walking on a lead. Standing on a mill. Making it turn of they want. They are never too young to be introduced to the tools of the trade.

    Basically letting them be puppies, but you directing their activities that will be of benefit later.

    A well fed, well exercised bulldog, toned, is as muscular as anything should be. It is actually a thing of beauty.

    Good luck.

    S
     
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  8. MajorPain

    MajorPain Big Dog

    I feed dry kibble that's 27% protein and 15% fat but raw is the way to go if you can.
     
    Kahlilrobinson likes this.
  9. Dry has all u need. Raw is fancy unless you find a cheap source in my opinion
     

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