A puppy should drink ½ to 1 ounce of water for each pound he weighs. For example, a 15 pound puppy needs between 7.5 and 15 ounces of water a day. The more active a puppy is, the more water he needs. More »

The reasons a puppy may drink excessive amounts of water include dehydration, medication, diet and medical conditions. According to WebMD, it is not easy for the average person to determine if a dog is drinking an excess... More »

English Mastiff puppies around two months old only need approximately three or four cups of food per day, while older puppies, those around nine months old, require as much as 11 cups of dog food daily. The English Masti... More »

One ounce of milk chocolate per pound of a dog's body weight is potentially fatal, according to WebMD. White chocolate, which contains little to no cocoa, is extremely low in the chemical theobromine, but even the trace ... More »

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A Labrador retriever puppy usually weighs about 1 pound when it is born and then gains about 2 pounds per week for the first six months of life. A Labrador puppy weighs between 11 and 17 pounds at 8 weeks old and then 50... More »

Basic supplies for caring for an Australian shepherd puppy include bowls for food and water, a leash and collar, bedding, toys and grooming supplies. A puppy also needs puppy food, appropriate shelter, a crate and an ide... More »

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Elvis Yorkshire Terrier notes there are many ways to care for a Yorkie puppy, including supplying quality food and water, bathing and grooming frequently and keeping a low-stress environment. Before the puppy comes home,... More »

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