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Thread: When to switch from puppy to adult food

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    Default Re: When to switch from puppy to adult food

    Anytime after 6 months you can switch over and at 1 year you should drop to 1 cup 2x a day. Of, course talk with your vet and make sure your baby's weight and health are supported by the volume you feed.
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    i got sarah when she was one and put her right on adult food no problems. im not getting into the debate above but i would get my dog off of purina. there is a food ratings chart here with ratings of food. if you go with a higher rated dog food especially one with higher protein and such i would do a very very slow transition. a bullies system can be very sensitive and going from a lower rated food to a higher can even be more so. i would do it over like 2 weeks maybe. i feed sarah one cup in the am and one in the pm or sometimes less depending on the food im feeding. if you need help ive had sarah on many different foods over the last 2 years. good luck and welcome to the forum.

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