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31 Mar 2007
I know this might be a silly question but I only got a puppy yesterday. It's a 8 week old Boston Terrier. I would like to know how much I should feed him and how often because he seems extremely hungry every time I give him food and I feel like I gave him a lot yesterday already and he was still going on as if he needs lots more! I'm just scared that I'll give him too much or too little. I'm currently feeding him the soft eukanuba intestinal can food. The amount of food they suggest at the back of the eukanuba puppy food (the pills) is only something like a 100g is that enough? I think this little bugger would die if I only gave him that little food! Thanks for any help! I don't want to jeapordise my puppy's life by making him too fat or feeding him too little..
Please weigh him and feed him according to the instructions of the Eukanuba packet.
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