Feeding guidelines for dogs

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Feeding guidelines for puppies

You can follow this daily feeding guide according to the current weight or target weight (if overweight or underweight) of your puppy - and not the adult weight.

Switch over to adult food once you reach an empty field. 

Is your dog neutered? Follow the same guidelines unless your veterinarian advises otherwise.


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Feeding guidelines for treats

You can use our treats when your puppy is 8 weeks old.

Our delicious bites are small and soft: the perfect training treats!

You can follow this daily feeding guide according to the current weight or target weight (if overweight or underweight) of your puppy.

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Feeding guidelines for Doggy Dental

You can use our Doggy Dental when your puppy is about 4 months old and his teeth have changed.

Our dental sticks should be given daily, one stick each day, as this will make help to mop away the bacteria in time just before plaque can become tartar.  

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Feeding guidelines for adult dogs

You can follow this daily feeding guide according to the current weight or target weight (if overweight or underweight) of your adult dog. 

Is your dog neutered? Reduce the daily amounts with 10% since your dog has a lower energy requirement.

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Feeding guidelines for treats

You can follow this daily feeding guide according to the current weight or target weight (if overweight or underweight) of your adult dog. 

Click here to shop our treats 👉 

Feeding guidelines for Doggy Dental

Our dental sticks should be given daily, one stick each day, as this will make help to mop away the bacteria in time just before plaque can become tartar.  

Click here to shop our Doggy Dental 👉

Feeding guidelines for senior dogs

You can follow this daily feeding guide according to the current weight or target weight (if overweight or underweight) of your senior dog. 

Is your dog neutered? Reduce the daily amounts with 10% since your dog has a lower energy requirement.

Click here to shop our complete food for senior dogs 👉

Feeding guidelines for treats

You can follow this daily feeding guide according to the current weight or target weight (if overweight or underweight) of your senior dog. 

Click here to shop our treats 👉 

Feeding guidelines for Doggy Dental

Our dental sticks should be given daily, one stick each day, as this will make help to mop away the bacteria in time just before plaque can become tartar.  

Click here to shop our Doggy Dental 👉


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