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  1. I fed my 3 days old puppy very diluted buffalo milk and also after some time I fed water does any thing happens to the new born dog??

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      Please consult with your veterinarian for advice. Proper nutrition is most important during puppyhood.Pups need to consume the right amount of calories, proteins,vitamins,fats,and minerals. This should meet their needs for rapid growth and development. Your puppy should be nursing with his or her mother at three days old. Puppies will recieve a certain amount of immunity from their mother through the mother’s milk. Please keep in mind that puppies need to be with their mothers until at least 8 weeks of age.

  2. Thanks for connecting to Mysweetpuppy.net. Please keep in mind that I, Claudia Bensimoun, do not write any of the blogs or reviews on this website, nor have I in the past. I only answer the comments section.Puppies need to drink a puppy formula and not cow’s milk. Cow’s milk will result in diarrhea, and also does not have enough phosphorus and calcium. Pups should be completely weaned by 8 weeks of age. Puppies and dogs do not have the enzyme to break down cow’s milk, and are lactose intolerant. Puppy parents can add puppy milk replacer or water to moisten puppy food.

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