Thank you for response!Hi and Welcome!
Your post has raised a lot of questions for me:
Did your vet suggest that the food was responsible for the watery eyes?
I'm sorry but I'm not sure also what you mean by "Vet suggested to wait til it's 6 months old"?
What does the vet think you need to wait til it's 6 months for?
If it's not because of the watery eyes, Why do you want to change food?
What are you feeding your puppy now?
What's your puppy's name?
Thanks for your response!I really wouldn't mess around with changing diet at 10 weeks old, at least not because of watery eyes. Its not totally unusually for a young puppy to have some discharge from their eyes and many grow out of it which is why I assume your vet said wait till 6 months. Not seeing the pup and not knowing and history makes it difficult to assume anything. I'd go with the advise of my vet and also ask the breeder if its something she notices with pups and if they outgrown it.
It's true that dogs are descended from wolves but for the last 10's of thousands of years since they have lived with humans they have diverged into separate but related species. As dogs domesticated, their living conditions and diets have changed to the point of genetic changes in their GI systems. What is proper diet for wild wolves is not proper diet for domestic dogs.basically a domesticated wolf