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    Wolf Hybrid Feeding

    I have an alaskan malamute-wolf hybrid,
    are there any suggestions on if i should feed him before a walk or after?

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    Re: Wolf Hybrid Feeding

    I'm not an expert on hybrids but I was told by my vet for larger breeds of dog it's usually recommended to feed either an hour before exercise or an hour after exercise, to prevent a condition where the stomach twists. I would assume it could be applied to a hybrid as well.
    I personally like to feed after exercise because I don't like running on a partially full stomach, and I doubt they do either.

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    Re: Wolf Hybrid Feeding

    I do an hour after eating. This is just what I do.


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    Re: Wolf Hybrid Feeding

    How about one walk an hour before eating to work up an appetite, and then a walk an hour after eating to walk it off =P

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    Re: Wolf Hybrid Feeding

    Quote Originally Posted by zhaor View Post
    How about one walk an hour before eating to work up an appetite, and then a walk an hour after eating to walk it off =P
    Good point, I walk my dogs prior to eating this way it helps them build an appetitie.

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    Re: Wolf Hybrid Feeding

    I feed after a walk..about an hour or better.

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