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Dog foods / Re: Best large breed dry puppy food
« on: Oct 25, 2015, 19:03 »

I've had a look at both videos.  Poops are scoring 3 or 4 which makes them perfect apparently.  She is perhaps a little underweight but certainly not by a lot.  I don't want to reduce her food any further therefore.  I have got her next training class on Wednesday and the trainer is excellent so i'm sure he will say if there is a problem in that respect.

If I choose to go to Eden with the next bag (got 12kg left of AG), I will assess the amount to feed her at the time as I don't know what she will weigh by then.

Dog foods / Re: Best large breed dry puppy food
« on: Oct 24, 2015, 19:24 »
Thanks all.

I am currently feeding 3 meals of 80-90g each per day.    She should be on about 300 per day or more according to the AG feeding guide.  Once she has eaten she is still going back to the bowl looking for more.  Would you still reduce in these circumstances?  I don't want to starve her.

Dog foods / Best large breed dry puppy food
« on: Oct 23, 2015, 23:19 »

I have a 16 week old bullmastiff x dogue de bordeaux.  I have been feeding her Arden Grange Large Puppy food but her poops are massive and she goes about 5 times per day.  Could this be because of the grains?

I'm assuming it is due to the grains so i've had a look online at grain free large breed puppy food and I've struggled to find anything in my budget.  I have a new baby on the way so finances are tight but equally I will pay a little more if there isn't anything suitable in a lower bracket. I don't really want to go over £1 per day, and preferably not even that much.  I saw Eden Holistic food which this site says will cost less than 50p per day for a puppy of Bella's weight (about 10kg) and it says she will need about 95g per day... but Eden's website feeding guide says they need over 400g per day. I'm therefore not sure if this site's daily figures can be relied upon. 

Can anyone suggest a good food that won't break the bank?  I have no issue with feeding grains if it won't harm Bella and won't make her poop so much.


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