I had my vet out a little over a month ago and we started talking about how nutrition is the best way to help him grow well. Se emphasized the need for calcium and recommended I be feeding Alfalfa to achieve this. I totally understand and agree with this. I had already been feeding a mix of alfalfa, beet pulp (which also has some calcium), rice bran, and a multi vitamin)
What I worry about is the fact that she said I should be working him up to 5 pounds of grain (majority alfalfa) a day. He had a healthy weight, she agreed, so I don't understand why he says quadruple the grain. Does this seem right? Maybe she means by adulthood?
My second question: she tAlked me I to replacing my millenuum gold multivitamin to platinum performance. I do t mind if it is far superior, by it is much more pricey and I don't want to pay for something unnecessary... So advice is welcome.
Final note about the vet: she does distribute platinum performance
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