Your Questions About 3 Month Labrador Puppy
How much should i be feeding my Labrador puppy?
How many grams, or ml should i be feeding my 3 year old month Black Labrador? Should it be kibbles or Canned food?
All food is different so read the package. Some food has more protein/calories/fat per gram so it really depends on the type.
I always feed just dry dog food. Some dogs need canned for a specific health reason (ie. Bad teeth, weight gain, etc.), but most do fine on the dry food. Plus, dry dog food is TONS better for their teeth.
which puppy is best Labrador or German shepherd ?
i am free for almost 2.5 month, i wanted to have dog but after two month i will be going to college and my parent also will be going for job so which one can be left alone for 4-5 hrs in home alone as we live in city. i m thinking to have 3 month puppy..
plz give me some suggestion if u r having pet
Well, you will have a helluva time potty training the pup, they need to get out and pee more often……..most puppies go thru some kind of a chewing stage and boredom will often lead to chewing of your posessions……think about it, you are a puppy, sitting around the house with nothing but time and boundless energy……sounds like it will be left alone too long……..with that much energy a puppy needs play and obedience classes…..are your parents willing to do this? Are they willing to walk it every day?????labs need a ton of exercise…..im not too familiar with gsd energy needs but being that they are a working dog and often police/military dogs that they need to be kept pretty busy as well……..i kno those sweet little faces are irresistable but, wait till there is enough time on everyones behalf to care for a pup……..
When can I take my puppy on walk?
I have Labrador puppy of 3 months and 10 days.
from last 7 days I am taking him on walk, but today 1 stray tried to attack him.
First of all ,vaccinate your puppy and start leash training. You’ll have 2 do that in your own yard.When he gets used 2 the leash,take him out in a park.If you want to take your puppy on walk on the sidewalk,wait till he is at least 6 months or a year old.
Hope I helped
my 4 month black labrador puppy losing his hair ..plz help..?
i have a some quetion to know.. i hope i get some goodknowledgeh …
1. labrador puppy can drink milk everyday??
2. many time.. my puppy want to play with us.. and.. his.. kindly many time bite us.. so how i can.. stop him to do this..
3. his losing hair when i wash him.. i am using good shampoo for him..or tell me.. if you know.. which is best sampoo for black labrador?? and if you know how to train lab.. so.. tell me.. ok thanks for the reading and.. answering..
1) puppies can’t drink milk of any kind. Only from their mom’s and puppy formula. Cow’s milk is too much for their stomachs to handle.
2) when he bites, walk away and tell him no. If you walk away the play time stops.
3) don’t give him a bath too often. Only once a month. Their skin isn’t like ours and giving him a bath once a week will ruin it and cause him to breakout which is nasty. If he is losing hair, you should go see a vet. They have better advice then what we can offer here on Y!A. He could have mange or something who knows, we can’t diagnose here on Y!A.
add: also training a lab is not that easy as is often describe by many. A dog is a dog not a human. You shouldn’t spoil them too much.
Here are some tips. Try leash training him early so that early he can be a perfect pet. When leash training, i highly suggest getting a harness. They work a whole lot better then choke collars or prong collars or anything that could inflict pain on a dog. Remember if you use aggression or pain based techniques, the more likely that they will be more aggressive towards you. You can look up some dvd or some books at your library. They have some good resources there.
When feeding him, i highly suggest that you put your hand on his food bowl and take some food and put it back. Continue this for two minutes everyday for a few weeks. This will teach him that you are not stealing his food.
Have a look at puppy training classes. They are a good basic guide to training puppies. It gets them socialized so that they will be nice to other dogs as well as other people too. As well as learn some basic manners.
As for foods to avoid. You should never feed your dog chocolate, raisins or onions as these are the main types of food that will cause your pup to be sick. Too much and they could die.
How do I train my hyperactive Labrador puppy?
Hi my name is Sally, I’m 13 years old and I have a 3 month old yellow purebred Labrador puppy.
She is a very lovely dog and we all care for her very much.
Her only problem is that she Is way too hyperactive. So far she has mastered Sit, Fetch, To go up and down the staris, and to come when called, I’ve been trying to teach her to Lie down but whenever I try She just bites and doesn’t listen. We take her for daily walks for about 10 minutes everyday 1-2 times a day.
She likes to grab shoes and play with them and bite our feet sometimes when we’re walking and it’s getting really annoying.
I just want to know if that’s normal and if there is anyway that I can get her to just calm down and let me pat her and train her with her biting me. (I would also like to add that she’s not sick or unhealthy so it’s not a medical problem)
Im really looking forward to all of your responses.
We also spend up to 2 hours playing and she plays with her chew toys.
Play, play, play before any training session until she’s tired enough to focus on you. Also try doing the sessions when she is hungry, right before a meal. Really, she sounds like about where she should be in her training at 3 months old. She is still a young puppy and has many months of training ahead of her before she’s well-behaved.
As far as the biting, it’s normal, but it needs to be stopped. She’s doing it in play, and needs to be taught that it’s not OK to put her teeth on a human when playing. The easiest way to do that (and the method most dogs seem to respond to best), is that each time her teeth touch someone, that person needs to let out a high pitched YELP, the way a dog would if they were hurt. Basically, you’re telling her “hey, it hurts when you bite, that’s not ok”, even if it didn’t hurt. Whatever you were doing with her at that point stops. You cross your arms to keep dangling fingers out of sight, turn your back on her, and ignore until she is totally calm. If she continues to bite at legs and feet, remove yourself from the room and don’t return for at least a minute or so. When she is calm again, resume playing with her. If everyone in your home is consistent, it won’t take too long for her to realize that she doesn’t get to have any fun if she bites you.
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