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    The place where I get our Fromm form was have a sell on the Adult Large breed gold in green bag .. Maggie is now 8 months old and they told me I could go to adult now. They also said I could put her on the large bleed . It was the 33 lb bag for 43.00 with tax. That is a good deal .. Is it ok she has that one?
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    If she is on the Fromm puppy you can switch directly to the adult food but personally, I like to transition them by mixing old and new food together for a bit before going completely to the new food. Eight months is ok to go to the adult food but our vet says 10 months is better.

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    I would be hesitant on using a large breed food. My vet says Bully's are NOT considered large breed. Large breeds are Great Danes, Shepherds..Pyrenees ..etc. they need the extra protein to support rapid growth. Our Bully's actually have a slower growth rate..up to 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkbully View Post
    The place where I get our Fromm form was have a sell on the Adult Large breed gold in green bag .. Maggie is now 8 months old and they told me I could go to adult now. They also said I could put her on the large bleed . It was the 33 lb bag for 43.00 with tax. That is a good deal .. Is it ok she has that one?
    I wouldn't recommend the large breed gold- go to the Fromm four star formula because its all life stages and a much better food


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    I prefer an all-life stage food. I didn't even feed large-breed food to our bullmastiffs. It isn't necessary if you have a good, balanced food. Dogfoodadvisor.com is a great online source to learn about your options.




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    go with a fromm 4 star or if your doing gold stay with the reg adult.

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