i do not know what to feed my 7 week old puppy with.
she is a mix breed of doberman and German shepherd. got some dog food, the dry brownish one and I want to give her a variety. but I dont know what?
A 7 week old puppy is barely weaned, and should be eating puppy chow, and nothing else, until she's one year old.
At that age it should be getting puppy food. Puppy food has a higher protein and is the only thing it should be having right now. Dogs actually do best with no variety. They should be getting the same food all the time, and any variation can cause upset stomach including vomiting.
If you want to give the dog the best option you will go with a grain free solid puppy food with a meat listed first. The fewer ingredients the better.
In a perfect world it would have nursed for a full 12 weeks, but since that didn't happen stick to this.
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