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Nutrition and health - my dog is thin

Discussion in 'Doberman Nutritional Care' started by mohammadreza63, Dec 6, 2019.

  1. mohammadreza63

    mohammadreza63 Novitiate

    Hi . I have a hard time feeding. Nutrition is currently included. Bread . yogurt . Chicken. egg . Soya. Milk and Pharmaceutical Multivitamins. But it is getting thin. Could this be from nutrition or a cold environment?
    How to improve her condition?

     
  2. AresMyDobie

    AresMyDobie Hot Topics Subscriber $ Forum Donor $

    Why are you feeding her bread and soy ? Is she on any normal food ?
     
    • I was wondering about that too! I was wondering about that too! x 1
  3. mohammadreza63

    mohammadreza63 Novitiate

    yes .Last week, I was fed two chicken portions. He has long been a jogger and no motive. This kind of affects her activities. It may be poisoned. Because chicken that stays in the stomach and does not digest it causes it to rot in the stomach. I cut off bread and soybeans and will not continue. But it is extremely difficult to feed. Vitamin deficiency and stool eating. She is female.
     
  4. mohammadreza63

    mohammadreza63 Novitiate

  5. Lizbeli

    Lizbeli Hot Topics Subscriber

    How old is she and has she always been on a diet like this?

    Its good that you cut out the soy and bread. What kind of milk do you give her? If it is cow milk it is possible her stomach can’t handle that also.

    Im guessing the chicken is raw which is perfectly fine. Along with the eggs and some plain yogurt with probiotics. But for her to thrive you may want to feed other types of proteins and make sure she is getting the proper portions of muscle, bone and organ meat if you want to continue feeding a diet like this.

    Or put her on a good dry kibble so you know she is getting the vitamins her body needs. Not sure what you have access to in your country.
     
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