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    Default Puppy mush, what do you use?

    What do you use when making puppy mush while weaning puppies from mom?

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    I used porridge made quite runny @ first & then slowly graduating to more solid. when they are weaned I then gave them porridge in the morning & for supper & two small meals of fine minced beed with parmesan sprinkled over in between, They have all loved it & thrived well. Have had Bulldogs for years & they have all done well on this & have good weight & shape.

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    I used mushed up puppy food that I had mom on and mixed up milk replacer.... Made it real runny, then slowly less replacer as they got older, tell it was dry puppy food.
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    Default Re: Puppy mush, what do you use?

    I use puppy food and raw chicken and i put in the food proccessor...some times i feed baby rice ceral too!
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