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What do Lhasa Apso eat?

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Lhasa Apso are carnivores, like all dogs, and therefore should consume a diet consisting of mainly meat, such as fresh minced meats with ground bone. If dried food is preferable or more convenient, choose a high-quality brand with mainly meat ingredients and little to no grains or fillers.

A Lhasa Apso should be fed twice a day rather than being offered one large serving to graze on throughout the day. A serving size should be about 3/4 to 1 cup of food to begin with, but each dog is different and portion size should be adjusted depending on the dog's size, age, build, metabolism and level of activity.

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