Before you bring your puppy home, decide on the feeding schedule for your Pomeranian. The first time it is necessary to follow the recommendations of the breeder. All changes are introduced gradually.
The Pomeranian can be fed organic food, dry food, or a combination of both. However, dry food and natural products do not mix in one serving.
The correct diet is the key to the health and well-being of the Pomeranian, so it is worth approaching the matter as responsibly as possible.
When choosing dry food for the Pomeranian, focus on premium or super-premium class for dogs of the appropriate size, age, and activity level. This feed is completely balanced and does not require any additives.
If you prefer natural products, 1/3 of the Pomeranian’s diet should be meat, 1/3 – vegetables, the rest – porridge. Everything is cooked separately and mixed only in a bowl.
Suitable meats: lean beef, lamb, turkey or chicken fillet, beef or chicken heart, veal or chicken liver. A couple of times a week, meat can be replaced with sea fish (boneless).
Fermented milk products for the Pomeranian: kefir and cottage cheese. Fat content – no more than 10%.
Quail or chicken eggs (no more than 2 pieces per week) are boiled.
Porridge: rice, rolled oats, buckwheat.
Vegetables: cabbage (Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower), carrots, spinach, beets, pumpkin, zucchini. You can add olive oil to them.
Fruits: bananas, apples, watermelon, melon, apricot, persimmon.
You can also feed your pet raw greens (green onions, dill, parsley).
Remember that there are foods that should never be given to your dog.