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The first four months of a kitten's life involves an intense growth spurt. It's also a time that they are prone to digestive upsets as they lose their capacity to digest lactose and are weaned. A mistake commonly made during this stage is to feed your kitten cow's milk, which is not suitable for kittens and can cause diarrhoea.
Between four to twelve months, the energy needs reduce gradually as the kitten approaches its adult size. During this time kittens also shed their milk teeth which are replaced by permanent adult teeth. Their digestive system is also gradually maturing and is more able to cope with solid food.
We need to know the size your puppy will be when fully grown so we can select the best diet for their growth needs.

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