Bizarte Beagles- KC Assured and Licensed - Fabulous beagles of distinction for Quality Pet or Show
From this hungry hound......
From this hungry hound......
to a satisfied tummy!
Growing youngsters need calcium for bone growth-we add tablets of calcium to feeds or give a chicken wing 2/3 times a week----(RAW).NEVER give cooked bones ever!
to a satisfied tummy!
Beta Dog Food
Beta Dog Food
Our hounds love it! And we feed Raw meat.We use Duck Necks,Chicken wings and beef chunks all RAW.
Mum's love the puppy kibble too with all the correct nutrition for growing babies at three wekks before whelping
Puppies start on it at 4 weeks.
Mum's love the puppy kibble too with all the correct nutrition for growing babies at three wekks before whelping
We are on BETA by Purina with an inbuilt Pro-Biotic to aid digestion.  My Beagles all love it and thrive well on it.The puppy kibble comes as Chicken and Rice or Lamb and Rice.It can be fed mashed with warm water at 4 weeks of age.It can be purchased at Good pet stores including Pets For Homes where I have a VIP card meaning my purchases support Beagle welfare our chosen charity. I also feed lots of raw meats and fish--all available from merchant's.I would like to tell you our policy on feeding and hope this is helpful on deciding which feed,when,how much etc.Also tit-bits,treats and toys.Use training tools I use and getting preparation done ready for the show ring.You have to have 'an eye' for condition,this means of course checking your Beagle over to see if he needs to put some flesh on or to lose some and where.You cannot expect to work or show your Beagle in poor condition or one that is overweight.Run your hands over his ribcage and up into the belly and loins,this is where you can judge the flesh.Stand back as if you were a judge and be true to yourself and note his frame and any imperfections,if he has a weak loin then he made need a little more flesh and work to muscle him up there.Has he a deep chest and well sprung ribs,you should be able to just feel them and a nice glossy coat and shiny eyes.All my Beagles have noses like ice-cubes that you could put in a Gin and Tonic.If he has an upset tummy he will lose condition,is he having too much protein(meat and meat products)? Or are you giving him your food?I have one dog who has a sensitive tummy so he is on a Salmon/Rice dry food and this means no more diaorhea (Yuck) and you will never get condition on a dog who has this.Look at his poo's(you will have to pick them up anyway! at some stage)they should be firm but moist not hard and painful to eject,nor do you want projectile stools pooling or with blood in.This can indicate a bacteria in the intestine or stomach and you need to seek you vets advice unless you are very experienced and know what to do.Usually Panacur liquid over a period of time is given alongside a kaolin prep. and or antibiotic.Diet of plain cooked chicken and boiled rice and a probiotic such as Canigest can be given to return the gut to normality.I also feed thick plain Yoghurt if tummy's are delicate.All our puppies are weaned onto Farley's Rusks/Weetabix-then  puppy kibble at 3-4 weeks,and all new owners will take home a free bag for their new puppy.