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by paul
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is a 10 month old jrt still considered as a puppy

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Sep 08, 2010
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ABSOLUTELY!
by: ScooterMama59

Dear Paul,
It is stated that a puppy is between birth and 12 months old, but I have seen my JRT's still teething until they are 18 months old. Good to keep them on the puppy food for 12 months and then slowly add to the puppy food some of the adult food. You'll get less stomach upsets and diarrhea with this method. In one month they should be just eating the adult/young adult food. I would look for a food that is as NATURAL as you can get. In other words, no fillers or strange sounding additives.
GOD bless you and your JRT pup!

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