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Wainrights puppy grain free

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by amanda1252, Sep 15, 2020.

  1. amanda1252

    amanda1252 PetForums Newbie

    Sep 15, 2020
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    Sorry if this has been asked before but I am really confused about the feeding guide for the Wainrights puppy grain free food.

    I have a labrador puppy so will be considered a large breed. The back of the bag suggests that based on her expected adult weight and age 2-6 months then I should be feeding her 650-700g per day. This seems really high compared to other brands.

    However, on their website it says: Feeding guide is based on puppy weight (not adult weight) so 10kg puppy, 2-6 months old = 150-300g

    According to allaboutdogfood.co.uk, when I select the food and pups current weight it is saying that the feeding amount should be 241g

    It is so confusing, I dont want to overfeed my puppy, but she is a labrador and of course will eat anything.

    Any help is highly appreciated.
  2. Blitz

    Blitz PetForums VIP

    Feb 12, 2009
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    the guides are just guides, not what you actually feed an individual dog. Keep an eye on her weight and feed by eye. Wainwrights is a reasonable food so you should not need to feed an excessive amount. Afraid I have no idea on weight of food, and cant picture how much those amounts are. I always feed by eye.
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  3. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

    Aug 18, 2011
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    I don't think 650grms is excessive over 3-4 meals for a growing Lab. The amount should reduce once grown.
    In fact I've looked it up and they suggest 400-600 once grown.
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