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Dog Food and Ear cropping supplements

Discussion in 'Doberman Nutritional Care' started by Drogo, Sep 17, 2019.

  1. Drogo

    Drogo New Member

    Drogo os now 9 months 21 days
    Currently on Royal canine
    Glucosamine tablets
    Many say the food is crap
    In india there is no orijen, acana,taste of the wild nothing not even fromm,victor,
    Only Farmina (ancestral grain & grain free)
    And what about ear supplements
    Vitamin C ?
    Glucosamine ?
    Calcium ?


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  2. Drogo

    Drogo New Member

    In sorry we have
    Taste of the Wild
    So any suggestions?
  3. CRDobe

    CRDobe Notable member

    Of those, I would go with Farmina Ancestral grain. My cropped dogs were adult rescues, so no advice for the ears.
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  4. Kaiser2016

    Kaiser2016 Active Member

    For the ears, we gave vitamin C.

    It is not advised to give calcium to a growing puppy as it can cause uneven skeletal growth. If you want to give that, wait at least until he is 2 years old.

    I give Glucosamine support for joints - best to give it before an injury so it is a preventative for us. Kibble never has enough glucosamine even though it gets listed as an ingredient.
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  5. Drogo

    Drogo New Member

    My vet says vitamin C is for tissues and not for cartilage
    And calcium doesn't matter as the body will as much is required and other will be waste
    So he says give glucosamine and calcium

    And won't give raw because as we live on a farm they sometimes kill my chickens and small lambs (it has happened with my GSD)

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