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Q. My cavachon will only eat chicken or turkey, people food. What kind of vitamin or supplement should I give to him?

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A. It is important to wean him onto a diet which is balanced in fiber, protein and carbohydrate as well as vitamins and minerals. There are many tonics available and your vet clinic or pet store should be able to recommend one with trace elements and b vitamins but I strongly recommend you aim to add at least 60% of a balanced diet through the chicken over the next 3 months. I would start with a tinned chicken/poultry formula, heat a little and add it to coat half his usual meal and slowly increase the amount

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