How to feed Chinese rural dogs.
Generally, Chinese rural dogs of one to two months old are recommended to be fed with rice in soup. If you feed the bones to your dog, it is recommended to chop the bones into small pieces. One is to prevent the dog from swallowing the whole piece and get stuck in the throat, and the other is that the small pieces are beneficial to the pup’s gastrointestinal digestion. It is recommended that the puppies within two months are kept at home for feeding, because the puppies are more vulnerable at this time .
Note: Do not feed raw meat to the puppy, as well as farm pesticides and rat poison.
Chinese rural dogs that are about three months old are relatively easy to raise. They can be bred, and they can be familiar with the outside environment, make friends around them, and not be lonely. At this time, you can also feed the dog a larger bone to facilitate the dog’s teeth grinding.
Note: Prevent dog thieves from stealing dogs, and passing vehicles running over dogs.