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Teacup Puppies in Florida.   Puppies For Sale Site specialize in Teacup Puppies and Toy Breeds.    We are located in the Ft. Lauderdale area in South Florida.  Browse through our beautiful Teacup Yorkies, Teacup Maltese and Pomeranian puppies.   The Teacup Puppies are guaranteed on genetics for one year and 14 days virus.  We do ship our little Teacup and Regular size puppies and also offer a "Nanny" Service, where your teacup will be accompanied by a Nanny and hand deliver the puppy to you.

 

 

 
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Pomeranian Puppy Nutrition Guide


Proper  Pomeranian Puppy nutrition, which means consuming a proper balance of required nutrients, is just as critical for your pet as it is for your child, your spouse, or yourself. If your  Pomeranian Puppy is very energetic, the diet and supplementation should be somewhat like that of a human athlete.

 There are special  dog foods for every pet whether they be a new Pomeranian pup, an aging dog, pure-bred, an average pooch, or an overweight  Pomeranian Puppy on a weight loss program. Just as important to consider is their age and size. Genetics, breed, weight, as well as the  Pomeranian Puppy's activity level must be also considered.

Of course, you should always follow the advice of a qualified veterinarian about supplements, vitamins, and the food that is best for your  Pomeranian Puppy. Ask your local vet what your pet’s special needs may be concerning nutritional requirements and calorie intake. Even the climate in which you and your  Pomeranian Puppy reside may require special dietary needs.

Most dog food packaging does not include calorie content; however, many companies list their web site and/or a contact phone number to obtain caloric content of the food.  Like a human diet, dog nutrition requires we read the labels on the foods we select for our pets. Keep in mind that, while some meat sources in their food provides needed protein, some additives are just as dangerous for your friend as they are for you.

While a good old bone with a bit of meat remaining can be good for  Pomeranian Puppies, it is very easy to overfeed pets or offer them foods that fail to meet their nutritional requirements.  Pomeranian Puppies that get to eat too much human food are more likely to become overweight or to lack the proper nutrients necessary for a healthy lifestyle. If possible, all table scraps should be avoided.

When it comes to  Pomeranian Puppy nutrition, some people choose to feed their pet a vegetarian diet, and obtain protein from plants such as soy rather than milk or meat products. A vegetarian doggy diet is believed to improve health and stamina and reduce the risks associated with cholesterol and other meat product-related health issues.

The “myth” about chocolate being bad for  Pomeranian Puppies is no myth at all; it is absolutely true. It is never a good idea to feed your  Pomeranian Puppy chocolate because their bodies cannot digest it properly and it can make them ill. Enough chocolate can result in death. A diet poor in nutrition can lead to health problems for your friend.

Most premium and name-brand dog foods contain adequate amounts of protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, fats, and minerals so they do not require supplements unless Rover has special needs, such as being highly active, frequents competitions, or is prone to gain weight. Pets that have been spayed or neutered may put on weight, so go that extra mile on a walk to keep your pet fit and trim.

Ingredient List Information

All puppy and dog  foods must list the ingredients present in the food. The ingredients must be listed in order of weight. This is one of the best ways to determine the quality of the food. With a little knowledge of the ingredients, you can choose a food that is highly digestible and free of unwanted products. Be careful of one tactic used by manufacturers to disguise less desirable ingredients. Breaking an ingredient into several different smaller ingredients and listing them individually is used to lower these undesirable ingredients farther down the ingredient list. For example, a product list could contain chicken, ground corn, corn gluten, ground wheat, corn bran, wheat flour, wheat middling, etc. If we were to group all of the corn ingredients as one, they would probably far out-weigh the amount of chicken, and wheat. As a consumer, you must read all of the ingredients carefully including the ingredients at the end, to know the type of preservatives and colorings that are used. I have listed a few of the more common ingredients and their definitions.

Meat: Meat is the clean flesh of slaughtered animals (chicken, cattle, lamb, turkey, etc.). The flesh can include striated skeletal muscle, tongue, diaphragm, heart, esophagus, overlying fat and the skin, sinew, nerves and blood vessels normally found with that flesh.

Meat By-products: Meat by-products are clean parts of slaughtered animals, not including meat. These include lungs, spleen, kidneys, brain, liver, blood, bone, and stomach and intestines freed of their contents. It does not include hair, horns, teeth, or hooves.

Poultry By-products: Poultry by-products are clean parts of slaughtered poultry such as heads, feet, and internal organs (like heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, abdomen, and intestines). It does not contain feathers.

Fish Meal: Fish meal is the clean ground tissue of undecomposed whole fish or fish cuttings, with or without the oil extracted.

Beef Tallow: Beef tallow is fat derived from beef.

Ground Corn: Ground corn is the entire corn kernel ground or chopped.

Corn Gluten Meal: Corn gluten meal is the by-product after the manufacture of corn syrup or starch, and is the dried residue after the removal of the bran, germ, and starch.

Brewers Rice: Brewers rice is the small fragments of rice kernels that have been separated from larger kernels of milled rice.

Brown Rice: Brown rice is the unpolished rice left over after the kernels have been removed.

Soybean Meal: Soybean meal is a by-product of the production of soybean oil.