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    Hi Guys,

    This is Bubu again, he is doing so great recently, and he has firm stool now, so I think it is the time to change his food from NB to Fromm since he had some tear stain issue. Should I buy Puppy gold or Grain free four star food(it is for all stage)? By the way, he is 14wks right now, and 21lbs.

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    Hey there! At his age you can switch to all stages Fromm. I tried the Beef Frittata first as a lot of bullies do well and it was a match made We are going to explore some new flavors at some point don't forget the frequent buyer every 13 bag free!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ChanelnBrutus View Post
    Hey there! At his age you can switch to all stages Fromm. I tried the Beef Frittata first as a lot of bullies do well and it was a match made We are going to explore some new flavors at some point don't forget the frequent buyer every 13 bag free!


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    where are you purchasing your fromm that it's that deal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bububaby View Post
    Hi Guys,

    This is Bubu again, he is doing so great recently, and he has firm stool now, so I think it is the time to change his food from NB to Fromm since he had some tear stain issue. Should I buy Puppy gold or Grain free four star food(it is for all stage)? By the way, he is 14wks right now, and 21lbs.
    we switched titan over to fromm from royal canine slowly at about 6 months exactly (he's nearly 7 months now). we bought the beef frittata grain free four star because it's for all stages. he loves it and we can see his tear stains go away and his face is just clearer.no bad gas anymore (still little bursts here and there). you can try the puppy if you prefer. we have not tried that one but doesn't mean it won't work. sometimes some foods work better for different bulldogs health needs.just again make sure to introduce it extremely slowly by mixing in tiny amounts to the food he is already used to. check his poop daily too to make sure that it's not upsetting his tummy. (mushy poops are a sign) you know your bully better than i do so you'll know if he seems to not adjust to the food. hope all goes well!


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    Quote Originally Posted by bububaby View Post
    Hi Guys,

    This is Bubu again, he is doing so great recently, and he has firm stool now, so I think it is the time to change his food from NB to Fromm since he had some tear stain issue. Should I buy Puppy gold or Grain free four star food(it is for all stage)? By the way, he is 14wks right now, and 21lbs.

    We switched Bacon over to Beef Frittatta about the same time you are at now and he was fine with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by titanowners View Post
    where are you purchasing your fromm that it's that deal?
    The store we buy our food from holds the upc's and gets us the deal, I think petflow does it as well

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    There are as many opinions about food as there are bullies I think.. LOL
    Personally, I think 14 week old pup should still be on puppy food. They are still babies at that age and puppy food has the things they need. Fromm puppy food is one of if not the best in that category.

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    I switched my puppy when she was 14 weeks old to grain free beef frtitatta and we love it. Her tear stains cleared up, her weight gain has been perfect, no gas and very firm stool only 2x a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzy's Mom View Post
    I switched my puppy when she was 14 weeks old to grain free beef frtitatta and we love it. Her tear stains cleared up, her weight gain has been perfect, no gas and very firm stool only 2x a day.
    Ok, I will definitely try Beef Frtitatta, here is a question, I gave him 2/3 cup three times a day now (I feed him tenth of his weight), should I cut back his food when I switch to Fromm? as I look up other thread, other people said Fromm is a high quality food, normally do not need to feed too much to bulldog.

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    I just followed the instructions on the bag which for my baby's weight is 2-2 1/3 cups per day, so I stick to 2 cups a day. I only feed her 1 cup in the morning and 1 cup at night since I got her and she seems to do well with that. I usually give her a treat during lunch time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzy's Mom View Post
    I just followed the instructions on the bag which for my baby's weight is 2-2 1/3 cups per day, so I stick to 2 cups a day. I only feed her 1 cup in the morning and 1 cup at night since I got her and she seems to do well with that. I usually give her a treat during lunch time.
    How old is your adorable baby?

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    Default Re: About Fromm Food

    I would put him on Puppy formula until 6 or 7 months old, for the extra calories and vitamins puppies need for rapid growth and development. We switched our pups to Fromms Beef when they were 7 months old
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