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How to Feed Your Junior Dog

Dogs are indeed our best friends and faithful companions, and they depend on us for good care. Helping your dog live a healthy life is a very important task, which need to be dealt with since your dog’s early age. Here are some tips on how to feed your junior dogs, as well as the list of breeds that are considered to be the healthiest in the dog world. Check them out.

How to Feed Your Junior Dog, Chihuahua

So, How to Feed Your Junior Dog?

All the nutrients in your dog’s food should be properly balanced, which is why you should choose a high-quality food from the very beginning. The proper amount of vitamins, minerals, proteins and carbohydrates, is crucial for your dog’s overall well-being. If all of these nutrients are given to your dog in the wrong proportions, they can cause some serious health problems and long-term damage to your pet. The number of meals actually depends on age – it starts with four, later on it is reduced to three, and in the mid-growth stage it comes to just two.

What Are Some of the Healthiest Breeds in the Dog World?

1. Tibetan Spaniel

Tibetan Spaniel

These dogs are very alert and cheerful, with no major health concerns to worry about. However, there is one minor health problem that their owners should have in mind –it is kneecap dislocation, usually caused by genetic malformation. This issue is usually pain-free, but some dogs may show signs of pain.

2. American Staffordshire Terrier

American Staffordshire Terrier

Besides being protective, this large breed is also very social. American Staffordshire terriers are considered to be one of the healthiest breeds, but they are prone to a doggy health problem called canine hip dysplasia. Obesity can increase the severity of this problem, so you should make sure that your dog’s meals are properly balanced.

3. Samoyed


Samoyeds are very cheerful, energetic and friendly dogs, very good with kids. This beautiful breed is also among the healthiest ones, prone to minor health problems. These are gastric torsion and canine hip dysplasia. Both of these can be easily solved with either appropriately balanced regular dog food, or with prescription food. This is exactly why you should petfood which has a wide range of benefits, including improved immune system and oral health, and healthier digestion.

4. American Foxhound

American Foxhound and Labrador Retriever

As their name says, these dogs were primarily used for foxhunting. This is a social breed which is very good at tracking. Thrombocytopathy is one of the health problems related to this breed, which makes them prone to bleeding gums.

5. Puli


This cute breed, also known as a Hungarian Water Dog, is well-known for its mop-like appearance.. These dogs are very energetic and good with kids. Even though they are not prone to some major health problems, you should make sure that their meals are properly balanced from an early age.

As you can see, the best way to keep your pets healthy is to properly balance their meals in terms of all the nutrients that are highly required. Good care is very important since their early age, so you should definitely make sure that your dog is happy and healthy. You will be happy in that case, too.

Emma Lawson is a busy mom to two wonderful boys. She is passionate about writing. She loves to explore, learn and share about parenting techniques. She is a regular contributor to High Style Life.

Antoinette M

Wednesday 22nd of September 2021

Very interesting. I love the photos!

Dana Rodriguez

Wednesday 14th of March 2018

The proper food is really important. Cute breeds! I really love the Tibetan Spaniel!


Thursday 10th of August 2017

I love the dog in the teacup. How precious. All the dogs are beautiful.

Brandi Dawn

Wednesday 22nd of February 2017

This is super cool information. I actually grew up with an American Staff. She was the best dog that I had as a child. Super smart and very loyal. My sweet boy Diesel, that is my companion now, reminds me a lot of her. He is a Bull-boxer Pit.

Dana Matthews

Monday 16th of January 2017

You are so right to suggest getting a good food from the start. Beautiful pets shown here...the Puli is precious!

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