Yes, he's really too young to be separated from his mom and litter mates, but what's done is done, I guess, and everyone usually survives it. <img src="http://www.dobermantalk.com/images/smilies/smile1.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile1" class="inlineimg" />
Regarding the food, if it's the Royal Canin Mini Junior kibble, it's formulated for small breed puppies. I'd go ahead and keep him on that for several weeks, at least, and then transition to a food made for large breed puppies or an all life stages food. He's had enough changes without you fiddling around with what he's eating.
Yep it’s concept for life , it says the max weight when fully grown is 10kg and for that he gets 115g grams. Do you think I should double it so it fits him full grown weight?I found Concept for Life dog food. Is that the brand? If so, I found mini adult, but not mini junior. What you can do to estimate how much to feed is take the two highest weights that equal your pup's weight, and start with the total amount of food that equals, divided between at least three meals a day. If he starts looking too thin, add some to each meal, and if he starts looking too pudgy, cut back a smidge. Once you've used up all the food from the breeder, you can switch to a more appropriate food with easier amount
Oh, goodness. We've reached the point of too much math for me.Yep it’s concept for life , it says the max weight when fully grown is 10kg and for that he gets 115g grams. Do you think I should double it so it fits him full grown weight?