5 Things You Need To Know About Feeding Your Maltipoo Puppy

Maltipoo Puppy

Maltipoo puppies come in a wide range of sizes, from 6 to 15 inches (15-38 cm) at the shoulders and weighing (5-15 lbs (2-7 kg). They are a small breed that is known for its lively, playful nature. Maltipoo puppies for sale in Los Angeles are a great addition to families with children.
They require human companionship at all times, and most people are okay carrying their Moodle and bag of goodies around.

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If you feel tempted to give your pet different kinds of foods during your adventures, you should keep the following in mind:
  1. Don't feed your Malta Poo a lot of cat food: Although some canned formulas meet the diet needs of both species, cat foods typically contain more protein, fat, and taurine compared to dog foods. Giving your pet too much cat food may lead to weight gain and pancreatitis, as well as low energy due to insufficient carbohydrates.
  2. Choose foods with quality animal protein: Canines are meant to derive their nutrition from meat. So, the best dog foods are those that contain meat and/or meat meals - lamb meal or chicken meal - in larger amounts than grains. You should also avoid low quality foods that contain poultry by-products such as feet, beaks, intestines, and undeveloped eggs. These are less digestible than chicken meal, and should be avoided.
  3. Avoid high plant protein foods: There is a common misconception that high protein diets increase the risk of kidney-problems. However, only high plant protein pet foods are known to strain their organs. High animal protein foods, on the other hand, are essential for dogs. The digestive system for canines is unable to properly digest and assimilate the protein from corn and soy that is found in many low quality pet foods. The result is strained pet organs and high medical expenses.

  1. People foods, including table scraps and leftovers are a great supplement to your pet's regular diet. However, you should only feed them the healthy foods, such as meat, oatmeal, rice, baked sweet potatoes, chopped and steamed veggies and fruits, and the likes. Don't feed them junk foods or onions, raisins, and grapes as they can be toxic and cause stomach upsets. Also remember to feed your pet less of his own food if you share your food to avoid unhealthy weight gain.
  2. Don't take advantage of your pet's strong digestive system. The stomach acidity for dogs is less than 1, compared to that of humans at 1.5 to 2.5. The high acidity helps to kill most bacteria and microbes ingested by your pet, including raw meats and dirty water. However, you should always discard any food leftovers that your pet hasn't eaten after 30-40 minutes, carry clean water for your Maltipoo, and wash his food and water bowls after every meal to reduce the risk of parasites - E. Coli and Salmonella - causing stomach problems and diarrhea.

Lastly, don't listen to all the noise about what kinds of foods are right for your Malti Doodle. All canines, including dogs, require quality meat sources - chicken, fish, beef, pork, lamb - to thrive. Supplementing with healthy people food won't cause any harm.
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