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Thread: Food

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    Noobie REBELBABY's Avatar
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    Food

    Ok i have another question, how much is the right amount to feed him?, he was getting a 1 1/2 cups in the morning and evening but we recently uped it to 2 cups in the morning and evening, he was acting like he was still very hungry so we decided to give him more, is this to much? he is eating Blue Buffalo puppy food and hes 17 weeks old if that helps

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    Noobie Zeus-e'smommy's Avatar
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    I think it's too much but there are charts on the dog food... They love to eat they will probably keep eating no matter what... If u keep pouring he/she will probably keep eating... I feed mine a cup at 8 am and a cup at 3 pm... My vet congratulated us on how healthy he is,,, what kind of food are you feeding your pup...

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    ya i decided to change it back, hes eating blue buffalo

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    I've heard Fromm is really good but I hate having to order it. Mine does good on blue buffalo grain free ones. He's had the ones with grain as well they don't seem to bother but we usually get the grain free stuff

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    I have NEVER measured out my Bulldog's food. I fill the bowl and he eats as he is hungry, etc. He has never been overweight and is checked a few times a year and is at a healthy weight. He is smart and handsome and he knows when he has had enough to eat.

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    I think the only problem with keeping the bowl full would be bacteria buildup.. But mine will eat. Yesterday I fed him and my daughter didn't know I had done it so she feeds him some more he got up and ate it. Even though he had just eaten. He can eat. But I've never had a problem with his weight either :)


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