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Learn how to bottle feed puppies successfully. Whether you have an orphaned litter, abandoned or rejected puppies or just one little pup who needs help, this page will help you make sure they get the nutrition they need to grow up healthy and strong.


How Do I Feed a Newborn Puppy? A mother dog's milk provides everything the pups need during their first four weeks of life. If you are caring for an orphan or the mother is out of the picture, consult with a veterinarian for guidance on the proper way to bottle-feed newborns, as it is easy to cause harm by doing it incorrectly.


A feed store chick thermometer works well too. In the same section you will find pet nursing bottles and , if you are lucky, Pet-Ag's Esbilac brand of canned puppy milk. You can also purchase Esbilac powdered puppy milk online and at veterinary offices and pet stores. Just be sure the container hasn't sat around a long time ...

Feb 25, 2011 ... Molly demonstrates how to bottle feed a young puppy or kitten with our foster puppy Fred! We're a non-profit with a focused mission: Saving pets, Enriching l...


May 11, 2017 ... Bottle-feeding young puppies can be a daunting endeavor, but these tips, tricks and techniques will help make the process go a little smoother - read now!

Aug 16, 2008 ... He likes his bottle, but he is messy. I had to bottle feed these puppies because mama did not have enought milk for all of the little piggies....lol....


An article on bottle feeding and hand raising puppies.


Dec 12, 2017 ... Our free comprehensive guide to bottle-feeding puppies is a page all dog breeders should bookmark. This article will explain you, step-by-step, how to bottle feed a puppy (or a whole litter), but also answer the most frequent questions you may have. Because bottle-feeding is all about the nursing of puppies ...


Dec 4, 2017 ... If a newborn pup is especially large, if there are many puppies in the litter, or if you have undertaken to adopt and raise a newborn puppy, you will have to bottle feed. For very small puppies, sometimes a needle-less syringe can substitute for a bottle. For puppies with larger mouths, your vet can recommend ...