Most of us probably do not know that there is an art to feeding puppies. The best “master’s eye” catches those tiny details i.e. a lackluster coat, lower-energy pup, digestive abnormalities like chronic diarrhea or constipation – that might signal to you, the need to look a bit closer at the puppy’s diet. You might need to occasionally adjust your feeding routine to give the puppy what it needs to thrive. Even within a litter of puppies, there might be genetic differences and predispositions that would require you to tweak your approach to each puppies’ diet. Seems a lot of work right? Oh well.
To cover the basics, just be sure to satisfy your puppy’s energy requirements with enough (but not too many!) calories, and provide a nutritionally balanced diet, especially in those first crucial months. And then, just keep that master’s eye on all your puppies. Good luck! 😉