Each dog is unique, and the amount of food needed for each pup will vary depending on a bunch of factors including age, breed, activity level, metabolism and health conditions.

A good rule of thumb - it is healthier for dogs of all ages to be lean rather than plump!

It's always a good idea to consult with your vet first to determine the appropriate amount of food for your dog so you can make sure you're meeting their nutritional needs and healthcare requirements.

 

General guidelines

Dog Size & Weight

Serving

Toy Breeds (1 - 4kg)

 Feed 4 - 5% of body weight 

Small Breeds (4 - 10kg)

 Feed 2 - 3 % of body weight 

Medium Breeds (10 - 25kg)

 Feed 2 - 3 % of body weight 

Large Breeds (25 - 45kg)  Feed 1.5% of body weight
X-Large Breeds (45kg+)

 Feed 1.5% of body weight

Puppies

 ¼ grown= feed 4.5 - 6.5% of body weight

 ½ grown= feed 3.5 - 5.25% of body weight

 ¾ grown= feed 2.75 - 4% of body weight

 

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