A. A puppy needs to be fed three times a day until it reaches the age of about six months. The meals should be regularly scheduled for morning, afternoon and evening. After the age of six months, the frequency of the meals should be gradually scheduled for twice daily - morning and evening. If you have concerns regarding whether your puppy is getting enough to eat, you should consult with your veterinarian, who will advise you on the appropriate amount of food for your puppy's age, weight, size and breed.
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