Hi Folks, have been reading this board for a a good number of weeks now on the run up to getting my pup.
Got him last night and his name is Hudson.supring he's been really good and feels settled more. Not even one bark yet. He's made progress with 50/50 with the pads so far and is getting the hang of sitting.
I got the pick of the boys and he was the biggest - first in and out to get fed!
He had his chip and first jags 2 days ago and was weighed at 3.3kg. I got him from a reputable breeder, his mums first litter, his dad is serbian registered stud and have a copy of his papers.
Currently feeding him on royal canin maxi puppy kibble and have no issues with him eating.
My concern is he seems to be a little underweight for his age, and was more likely free fed with his brothers and sisters. This is going on a growth chart that was posted on another thread.
I read a post on another thread which i thought was good advice not going with the rear food bag charts. I want him to grow slowly and lean to avoid any further issues.
So my question is should i continue feeding him 300g a day like the bag says to help get his weight to target over the next 2 to 4 weeks for a 3month old pup?
My plan was to feed him breakfast (50g), lunch (100g), dinner 50g with a 1/3 pouch wet food which he likes and late evening 50g to tie him over and ofcourse some treats (not many) over the course of the day. This would-be to get his weight up to target and then cut down moving forward.
I plan to keep him on royal canin dry and eet and have no interest in raw.
Any advice would be appricated.