Formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.
- 100% complete & balanced nutrition
- Antioxidant vitamins A & E
- Omega fatty acids for healthy skin & coat
100% satisfaction guaranteedYour dog's current weight (lbs.) & Standard 8 ounce cups to feed per day:
5 lbs.: 3/4 cup
10 lbs.: 1 1/4 cup
15 lbs.: 1 1/2 cup
20 lbs.: 2 cup
25 lbs.: 2 1/3 cup
30 lbs.: 2 2/3 cup
40 lbs. 3 1/3 cup
50 lbs.: 4 cup
60 lbs.: 4 1/2 cup
70 lbs.: 5 cup
80 lbs.: 5 1/2 cup The feeding chart above shoes the cups of food that is required daily to maintain condition and to support a normal level of activity in dogs of varying sizes.
The daily amount of food dogs need is influenced by the environmental temperature, and their activity, size and breed. The amount fed should be adjusted according to the dog's appetite and condition. Extremely active or hardworking dogs or lactating females may require and consume 1 1/2 to 3 times the amount of food indicated for their weight on the chart. Once per day feeding is adequate for dogs over six months of age. Always provide clean fresh water. Puppies: Crunchy dog food is fully adequate and may be fed to puppies as soon as they will nibble at solid food (usually around three weeks of age). Start feeding your puppy a moistened, gruel-like mixture containing three parts food to one part warm milk or water. The amount of liquid may be gradually reduced as the puppy grows older.
Puppies and growing dogs should be fed all they will consume (approximately two times the amount of food indicated for their weight on the chart) in two or three feedings per day until they are about six months old. At that time, their food allowance should be gradually reduced. Through proper food allowance and exercise, puppies should be kept in lean muscular condition until about 1 1/2 years of age..© 2011 Walgreen Co.