Re: Feeding my baby Esbilac puppy formula, but can I...
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Originally Posted by Ghostie
If he is 6 weeks.....he's a bit young to be eating ( consuming) solids. He will play with them....hide them.....chew on them.....but not really eat them.
I have 6 red squirrels right now...and let me tell you.....WOW....they are very very different from your average squirrel. Because they are omnivores....they require more protein. Their nutritional needs are a bit different....and I highly recommend you get the Fox Valley. Make sure you order the 32/40 as it has a higher protein content than the 20/50.
If the teeth are too long...you may need to trim. I can help you with this if you want. Make sure you have things in there for him to chew on....if he is healthy....he may just wear them down himself. I find they REALLY like applewood sticks.
Now....when he gets older....he is going to get VERY fast and learn how to escape from just about anything. They are masters of escape...so make sure you have a secure room just in case he does get out without you knowing. ( unplug all electronics and make sure the toilet seat is down)
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