How much should a Labrador puppy eat? A typical eight-week-old Lab pup consumes around two cups of food a day, split across four different meal sittings. Do not free-feed the pup because it’ll be tricky to monitor how much they are eating. Plus, two cups of food in one go might cause stomach upset for sure.
Which brand dog food is best for Labrador?
- Canidae All Life Stages Multi-Protein Formula.
- Wellness Core Large Breed Adult.
- Nom Nom Fresh.
- Taste of the Wild High Prairie.
- Nutro Ultra Adult Dog Food.
- American Journey Large Breed Adult Dog Food.
- Orijen Original Dog Food.
- Gather Free Acres Organic Free Run Chicken.
Should I feed My Lab wet or dry food? Generally speaking, wet food is better for dogs than dry food. Wet food has fewer carbohydrates, which are difficult for dogs to digest, and more water, which keeps dogs hydrated.
What do Labradors like eating? Labradors can eat lean meats and fish, such as beef, chicken, pork, duck, turkey, salmon, and tuna. They can also eat fruits and vegetables, like apples, strawberries, carrots, peas, and pumpkin. Eggs, plain white rice, pasta, plain yogurt, cheese, and oatmeal are also on the menu.