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    Default Re: Puppy food

    Yes feed puppies 3 cups divided in 3 servings once they hit 6 months you can cut back to 2- 2 1/2 cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashleym View Post
    You will notice a huge difference when you find the right food and go grain free. Less since they can process more of the good food, less gas and not as stinky , skin/ fur will look better.
    ok..so as you know I give Brie pork n peas and beef frittata ..plus yogurt, blueberries, bananas, some treats like dried sweet potato and a cpl other little things here n there..she is still going poop about 4-5 times in a day..I wonder where she keeps it all!

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    Ok I am going to try wellness core. It is rated here at 6 stars and I sounds good and I can get it locally. Wish me luck.

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    well im late to this but i wish you luck. grain free is best for the most part and if you have a non allergy bully then that would be the way to go. most here rule out chicken but chicken is perfectly ok to give a bully long as their not allergic to it. keep us updated as to how it goes.

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