How to feed york?

Anna Kitaychik
Anna Kitaychik
March 30, 2015
How to feed york?

One of the most important issues in caring for a dog is its nutrition. It is on the diet that the health of the animal and the condition of its wool depend. We offer to learn how to feed york, what should be in the diet of this animal and how often should organize meals. Both natural ingredients and dry food can be used to feed the Yorkshire terrier.

Dry food

Dry food is a balanced diet, which contains all the necessary vitamins and minerals. However, you should give preference to only high-quality feed, preferably in the form of canned food. Normal dry food contains almost no water and with long-term use adversely affects the intestinal function. If you still use dry food, make sure that there is always a bowl with clean water nearby.

Natural products

For those who are thinking about how to properly feed York, you should pay attention to natural food. It is absolutely healthy and beneficial for the animal, the main thing is to take into account those productsthat can eat yorkam and eliminate undesirable ingredients.

For a balanced diet, the following products are needed:

  • raw or boiled beef;
  • boiled cereals (rice and buckwheat);
  • raw oatmeal;
  • chopped raw or boiled vegetables;
  • cottage cheese;
  • dairy products;
  • egg yolk;
  • sea ​​fish.

All products must be fresh, well washed and finely chopped. Feed yorkies need 2 times a day, add special vitamin complexes. You can learn more about the Yorkies diet here: How to feed a Yorkshire terrier.

Contraindicated:

  • raw river fish;
  • bones;
  • fat meat;
  • White bread;
  • spicy, bitter or salty foods;
  • sausages;
  • smoked meat

Feeding puppies

It is important to know how to feed a puppy York, as their diet is slightly different from the nutrition of adults.

The following products are recommended for puppies:

  • boiled ground beef;
  • finely chopped boiled chicken;
  • boiled beef liver;
  • boiled sea fish;
  • a small amount of buckwheat, rice or rolled oats;
  • dairy products;
  • cheese;
  • low-fat cottage cheese;
  • fruits and vegetables.

Feed puppies need more often than adults, namely:

  • from 1 to 2 months - 6 times a day;
  • from 2 to 5 months - 4 times a day;
  • from 5 to 8 months - 3 times a day;
  • from 8 months dogs are fed 2 times a day, morning and evening.