Feeding a Standard Poodle For Health and Longevity
At 9 to 12 months of age you may feed 50 to 75% RAW with their kibble.
We don’t recommend feeding raw chicken leg bones, only wings and necks.
They also love their steamed Normandy vegetables also from Costco, a Tablespoon of Coconut oil each day for a healthy shiny coat. I cook / steam the vegetables in chicken broth until very soft and mushy when they are babies, then gradually increase the firmness of them until they will eat raw carrots, sweet potatoes and anything else vegetable or raw greens by 12 months of age.
We give a tablespoon of fresh plain (or honey) organic yogurt as well.
They can have any good quality human food and table scraps, just NO junk food i.e. frozen, prepared and packaged or highly processed, if it's not good for us or our children then it's really not good for them.
So basically just plain unadulterated food.
Vets don't recommend table scraps because most Americans diet isn't fit for a dog (or kids)
Feed your new Standard Poodle Puppy the best diet you can which is homemade food, it's not that expensive when you consider the vet bills your saving.
See more at: https://www.frenchstandardpoodles.com/raw-diet-for-your-poodle.html
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