Q. A puppy just trying to be weaned, with formula, I added some pieces of dry. Some ate one or two. It's wet but not soft,& they can't chew it. Okay?
A. You would do better to grind the dry food into a powder and mix it with water to form a thin gruel. Start with that, and over a week or two gradually lessen the amount of water as you make the food less powdery. Eventually, you can eliminate the water altogether and feed dry food straight from the bag.
DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS
A. At this age i would recommend to offer wet puppy food first, and not wean from milk yet completely. you should start with dry food at around 6 weeks.