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What Can Baby Pitbull Drink & Eat?

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All puppies should eat dry or canned puppy food. Puppy food is formulated just for puppies to help them them grow strong and healthy. Also make sure you worm your puppies every 2wks for the first 12 wks., otherwise, if the puppies have worms, the worms could prevent the puppies from growing as strong and as fast as they could. Its also important to give your puppies their 8-1 shots when they are old enough, as well as their 3yr Rabies shots when they're 1yr. Old. Puppies should also be given plenty of fresh food and fresh water everyday, have a dry, clean, shelter, that is out of the hot sun and out of the cold north wind with straw/hay for bedding, if outdoors. Always keep plenty of chewies on hand for puppies, if they're kept indoors. This will help prevent furniture chewing.
 
To house train your puppies, take them outdoors routinely everyday and that will teach them not to go in the house. Just like children, do not give puppies water after 8pm other wise, you might have a mess to wake up too.
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Well, normal dog food for puppy's I have 2 pits and I got them both around 3 weeks old since the guy that bred them didnt want the pups anymore, usually a puppy will start to eat normal puppy food around 3 weeks just put a little bit of water in the food to make it softer and gradually take the water out and letting the pup eat more solid food as it grows and it drinks water give it some in a puppy bottle or give it some milk specially formulated for puppies.
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Feed them commercially sold puppy food.  MOST brands have the proper nutrients in it (when in doubt, check to make sure the food is approved by AFCO).  ALL breeds of puppies require a high fat, calorie, protien and calcium diet. If the kibbles are too hard for them to chew, you can soften the kibble with warm water (wait a few minutes for the warm water to soften the kibble) and mush the kibble up a bit for them.  If you choose to provide them with milk, ensure that it is mammalac (basically milk formula for dogs), or an equivilant. DON'T feed them cow's milk, as dogs (and cats) lack the enzyme to properly break down the milk sugar (lactose) and you will wind up with puppies that have a lot of diarrhea, which leads to dehydration, poor weight gain and malnourishment.

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