November 29, 2021 at 2:40 am #22038
The Tibetan Mastiff has the reputation of the Oriental Dog. It comes from the Tibet area of our country and belongs to the bulldog. The Tibetan Mastiff has huge energy, and it is also especially edible at ordinary times. When we feed other pet dogs, such as Pomeranians and Chihuahuas, we generally choose to feed them with dog food. However, compared to a large dog like the Tibetan Mastiff, what should it eat every day?
The Tibetan people raise Tibetan mastiffs, mainly choosing food such as beef bones, sheep bones, residual meat, and animal internal organs. In fact, scientifically speaking, feeding Tibetan mastiffs needs to pay attention to nutrition, and the growth of Tibetan mastiffs also requires sufficient protein, vitamins, calcium, minerals, and so on. When preparing food for the Tibetan Mastiff, we should also pay attention to the combination of food and pay attention to food diversification to ensure that the Tibetan Mastiff can take insufficient nutrition and energy.
For example, energy feed, such as plant cereals, by-product bran, starch, roots, tubers, fruits, etc., belong to energy feed. You can choose some of them when you pair the Tibetan mastiff with food. Energy feeds such as Tibetan mastiffs often use corn, wheat bran, broken rice, rice, third-class flour, sorghum, sweet potatoes, and potatoes.
In addition, it can be matched with some green and juicy feeds, which are rich in water and vitamins. Vegetables and non-starchy roots and tubers are all dried green and juicy materials, such as cabbage, cabbage, spinach, tomatoes, carrots, etc. strictly speaking, the green juicy feed is a relatively balanced feed, which can be used as a vitamin supplement for the Tibetan Mastiff.
In addition to some of the above foods, feeding the Tibetan Mastiff must not lack meat. You can prepare pork, beef, lamb and so on. It is necessary to provide the Tibetan Mastiff with animal and plant protein in an all-around way to meet the demand for protein. In addition, it is also very good to occasionally prepare some internal organs for the Tibetan Mastiff, which can be used as a dietary supplement to stimulate the appetite of the Tibetan Mastiff.
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