• Jan 8, 2020

Feeding of the Caucasian sheep-dog – a question extremely important as health and wellbeing of the pet depends on it. At first adhere to the recommendations of the manufacturer. All changes are made to a diet of the Caucasian sheep-dog gradually.

 the Caucasian sheep-dog on a photo grass

On a photo: Caucasian sheep-dog. Photo: google

Rules of feeding of the Caucasian sheep-dog

Feeding of the Caucasian sheep-dog is carried out at the same time every day. The adult Caucasian sheep-dog is fed by 2 times a day.

The serving size for the Caucasian sheep-dog depends on the size of a dog, fatness and activity.

If you feed the Caucasian sheep-dog with natural products, average serving size will be defined as follows:

of 35 - 45 g of a forage of X 1 kg of weight of a dog = daily diet

That is if your Caucasian sheep-dog weighs 60 kg, then her it is necessary for about 2500 of a forage a day. However consider that these calculations approximate and can differ for a specific dog.

If you choose a dry feed for the Caucasian sheep-dog , be guided by instructions of the producer on packing. And, of course, it is worth stopping on products a premium or a super premium class.

Remember that the Caucasian sheep-dogs do not complain of appetite therefore are inclined to obesity, and it harmfully affects health of a dog. It is impossible to overfeed them.

to define whether correctly you feed the Caucasian sheep-dog, estimate her appearance. Normal the dog has stable weight, the stomach does not stick out, sides not hollow, the first 2 – 4 edges are well probed.

Than you fed the Caucasian sheep-dog, in continuous access there has to be a fresh clear water.

with What to feed the Caucasian sheep-dog at natural feeding

The following products have to enter a diet of the Caucasian sheep-dog:

  1. Meat (900 – 1000 g a day). Meat has to be low-fat. Pork dogs are not given. It is possible to give an offal, but the quantity in this case increases by 1.5 times.
  2. Sea fish – instead of meat for adult dogs (up to 2 times a week). Fish cook and clean from bones.
  3. Porridge: rice, porridge, buckwheat.
  4. Vegetables: vegetable marrows, beet, carrots.
  5. Fruit and berries (except grapes and a citrus) – if desired dogs.
  6. Dried fruits.
  7. Rye crispbread – as delicacy.
  8. Fermented milk products (kefir, cottage cheese) – low-fat and occasionally.

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