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Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Nhkchef, May 11, 2017.


  1. Nhkchef

    Nhkchef PetForums Newbie

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    hi all, hope this is in the right place! I have a 7 month old lab who is on a dry diet, have been using a local brand of food 'dogs listen up' which comes recommended and Tyson is doing well on. We have run out and have gradually introduced James Wellbeloved which was told is a similar product. Junior dog arrived instead of large breed junior dog and it's now been opened, I'll get to the point...Tys is on 2 meals a day how much should I be feeding him as I can't get my head round the guide. Thanks very much, Nick
     

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    lullabydream PetForums VIP

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    Looking at zooplus...if am looking at the right junior food...
    It says..Daily serving amount, for large breed dogs, who estimated adults weight is 24kg-40kg need 370-545g per day at 7 months old.

    So I am guessing you would start at 370g per day...which you split between 2 meals.

    If you think that's too little choose a middle figure between 370-545.

    Usually feeding guides are generous.
     
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    Nhkchef PetForums Newbie

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    Thank you for that, seems to go with what I found out last night, cheers, Nick.
     
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