Daisy the Golden Retriever

This is Daisy! She’s a ten week old Golden Retriever who loves mud and sticks! She likes to dig holes and play with her big brother Troy, a nine month old Chocolate Lab. They are the bestest of friends and they are loved by everyone who meets them! Submitted by Jessie K.

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Carlie the Terrier Mix

We celebrated Carlie’s “gotcha day” yesterday. I cannot believe it has been five years since we rescued her! She is now six years old, and she is an amazing baby with so much love to give. We adopted her at just the right time. We didn’t know how many losses we would have to endure shortly after. Who saved who? She really did save us! My daughter captured the tongue roll picture at just the right second! It looks so funny! I just wanted to share it. Submitted by Debbie K.

 

5 Effective Tips for Feeding a Labradoodle

Hey!

Do you have a Labradoodle pup?

Really! that’s great.

So sad to hear that you might be facing a difficult time feeding him.

If that’s the scenario, then have a pause, and take a deep breath… sigh! You have landed on the right page.

A Labradoodle is a cross of Labrador Retriever and a Poodle and is considered one of the top dog breeds, appearing on the top ten list put out by the American Kennel Club. Labradoodles, which are known as a designer breed, are very friendly dogs that you can easily train and groom. Also, their health maintenance is not too expensive like some other dogs.

In short, Labradoodles are an ideal dog breed that has all the qualities that you want in your dream dog companion.

But this furry dream dog can give you a tough time, especially when you are unaware of the best dog food for a Labradoodle. As the bad-luck would have it, this designer dog breed is a fairly new breed and you will find limited information about them. So in this case Google might not guide you properly.

So for your convenience, we have jotted down some useful information along with a few tips and tricks that might help you in feeding your fur baby!

BEST DIET FOR LABRADOODLE PUPS…

Diet plays an important role in the development and growth of these fur babies. You can’t overlook it.

If you asked me, what is the best diet for a Labradoodle?, my answer would be a completely balanced diet that has portions from every food group.

To simplify it, you can say a diet free from grains and lectin, with minimal or no fillers along with a wide range of proteins and some amount of fats and carbohydrates, is seen as the best diet for a Labradoodle.

Remember, the best dog food for Labradoodle pups has a high amount of protein, which is justifiable. Protein is the essential nutrient that is required for the growth of a pup. Also, we should not forget the certain essential minerals and vitamins that are helpful for the development of a pup.

FOODS TO AVOID…

Dogs love food, but certain human foods should be avoided. Some foods are highly toxic and may cause life-threatening problems to your canines. The list includes:

Chocolates, onion, caffeine, macadamia nuts, raisins, grapes, tomatoes, rhubarb, avocados, tea, and fruits with seeds.

TIPS AND TRICKS FOR FEEDING A LABRADOODLE PUP…

Following are some tips and tricks that might work while trying to feed your Labradoodle pup:

DO TRANSITION BEFORE SWITCHING TO A NEW DOG FOOD

Unlike humans, dogs can’t easily accept sudden changes, especially within their digestive tract. So before planning to switch your dog food brand, do a gradual transition for a week and so. It won’t cause any harm to your little pup. It’s so simple. Start by mixing the small amount of new dog food with the old dog food. Then slowly and gradually increase the proportion of new food and decrease the amount of old food. So after few days, all the space in the bowl will be covered by new dog food. And at the same time, your Labradoodle will become accustomed to the new dog food.

CHOOSE THE BEST DOG FOOD FOR YOUR LABRADOODLE

Labradoodles are quite sensitive dogs that often get skin allergies. The major reason behind skin allergies in a dog is the low quality brand of food. Cheap dog foods have often a high amount of grains that can cause different allergies in dogs. So instead of spending money on vets, it is recommended to purchase high-quality dog food. Remember, foods with cereal and sugars are considered the worst foods for dogs.

ALWAYS STICK TO PROPER MEAL TIME

Frequent treats and snack times can be very harmful to your pup. They not only affect his diet, but could also make your pup obese. Always make a proper feeding timetable and feed him on his regular mealtime. No unnecessary treats!

FEED AS PER THE SIZE OF PUP

When it comes to the frequency of feeding, it is always a question mark. Remember, small dogs need frequent feeding hours as they have a metabolism that burns off calories quickly. In contrast to this, adult miniature and medium Labradoodles need few food servings per day, perhaps twice a day. Whereas, the standard Labradoodle might be fed only once a day.

ALWAYS KEEP A WATER BOWL

Obviously water is not only essential for humans but also for your dog, especially when you are feeding them dry dog food. So always keep a bowl full of clean water near your dog. And don’t forget to change the water frequently.

TO SUM UP!

The Labradoodle is a cute and adorable dog breed that can be your best friend forever. Every dog needs proper love and care. Serve your Labradoodle with love and care the best dog foods that are recommended for the breed, and see the amount of love and loyalty they will shower you with!