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How Much Food Should I Feed My Doberman Puppy To Keep It Free From Any Health Problem???

Every human being requires a companion to share his/ her loneliness and lead a stress free life. This is possible with the human beings best companion that is dogs as pets. There are several breeds of dogs, different from each other in appearance as well as temperament. The Great Dane, the German shepherd, the Rottweiler, the Puggle puppies, etc., are some popular breeds of the dogs.   The Doberman is also a popular dog breed that originated in the year 1890 by a tax collector in the Germany.


Appearance and temperament of the Dobermans

The Dobermans are the medium sized dogs with a short hair coat along with a square shaped build up. Genetically there are two colours in the existence in a Dobermans body that is black and the other is the colour dilution. As a result of this, these Dobermans are available in nine different combinations of colours that basically result in for general colours. These colours are fawn, Isabella, red and black. The height, length as well as the size of the head and all the other hands must be proportionate to its body, because of its square shaped structure. The Dobermans are very obedient, watchful, proud and determined.

The Dobermans are considered as watch dogs or act as the guards. Its temperamental qualities are perfect for an ideal companion as well as a pet to be kept at home.

Best food for the Dobermans

Food is the primary requirement of everyone, whether it is a human being or any animal. But, the question that arises is what and how much to be fed to the Doberman to make it happy and keep it healthy. Also, the Dobermans require a healthy diet to stay away from any kind of diseases. The perfect diet for the Dobermans, which is prescribed by a veterinary doctor include:

  • Grain free dry dog food
  • Natural chicken
  • Food with certain amount of fats in it
  • Brown rice
  • Wet food
  • Grain free food for the Dobermans
  • Burns
  • Arden Grange
  • Skinners
  • James well beloved and many more

The best food for the Dobermans can be acquired from the market, but while doing so, one must keep in mind that the choice of the food must not depend on the price of the food, rather its quality. The decision should be made not only on the basis of taste, but also the quality of the food product.


Adequate Quantity of food to feed a Doberman

After the selection of the best food product for the Doberman, another question that needs an answer is that how much should I feed a Doberman??

It is quite natural, that everything must be taken in the right amount, else may harm the health adversely. This fact is applicable to everyone, no matter what the gender, age or category is? The food is one of the basic necessities of the life of a dog. The dogs require protein, fats, phosphorus and calcium content in their diet to a certain extent. This amount of the nutritional requirement varies from the puppies to the adult dogs. The puppies require more protein and other nutrients as compared to the adult Dobermans. There is no ideal dosage prescribed by any vet or specialised personality to feed a Doberman.

But, certain guidelines specified by the Association of the American Feed Control Officials have recommended the following nutrition quantity to be fed to a Doberman:

Also, the vitamin D has also proved to be a good source of calcium for the dog breed. As already told, that the puppies require more phosphorus or calcium content, then it is considered good to feed them with bone enacting as a good source of calcium instead of using calcium supplements.

It is good to feed your Doberman with a right amount of protein or calcium, so as to keep it healthy and free from diseases. A Doberman must be fed on different time periods in a day with the right amount of food, so as to keep it fit, lean and healthy.



From Delhi, Rahul is an animal lover at heart. He is a writer and most of his writing revolves around making people aware of animal issues like health, training and grooming.

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