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    nice! Lambeau is a good looking dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalseminole View Post
    sorry to hear. thanks. so you had lambeau on the pink heartland bag as a puppy then switched to adult version after? correct? I think my guy will end up 50-60 lbs
    Correct.... He is on grain free Pork and Peas since 8 months of age


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    Correct.... He is on grain free Pork and Peas since 8 months of age


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    sounds good...thanks for all your help

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    Ive always feed Orijen puppy but that is real high in calories your dog just keeps growing none stop. My GS was same weight as his age monthly ! Nyala 6lbs in one week then 3per week. One of the best food out there but they need to be switch to adult when they are 6 - 10 months old depending how fast they grow. She's home feed now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    Pink bag of puppy food is not grain free, but the Heartland Gold puppy is grain free.... I was using pink grain bag, then when heartland grain free came out.. I switched to that..... I do not use large breed food for my guys


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    Started mixing this food in with rice and chicken over the weekend and it works great. We been on full Fromm food the last 3 meals and he is doing great! Thanks for the advice. I'm about to order some more food and want to get a bag or 2 of treats also. How are the Fromm grain free treats? Or what do you use for training snacks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by socalseminole View Post
    Started mixing this food in with rice and chicken over the weekend and it works great. We been on full Fromm food the last 3 meals and he is doing great! Thanks for the advice. I'm about to order some more food and want to get a bag or 2 of treats also. How are the Fromm grain free treats? Or what do you use for training snacks?
    I use a brand called 'real meat'. And break into smaller pieces... I also use the kibble or watermelon or frozen green beans. I have not used Fromm treats. Another good one is Fruitables mini treats


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    Quote Originally Posted by socalseminole View Post
    Started mixing this food in with rice and chicken over the weekend and it works great. We been on full Fromm food the last 3 meals and he is doing great! Thanks for the advice. I'm about to order some more food and want to get a bag or 2 of treats also. How are the Fromm grain free treats? Or what do you use for training snacks?
    Just my 2 cents here. We purchased Fromm grain free treats and while the dogs like them, they are very hard (crunchy) and I don't really like the size. They are almost perfect to get stuck in a throat if they weren't chewed up. Makes me nervous. I've been feeding them to my English as he does good with chewing them. I've avoided giving them to my Frenchie after she scared me the first time I gave one to her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    I use a brand called 'real meat'. And break into smaller pieces... I also use the kibble or watermelon or frozen green beans. I have not used Fromm treats. Another good one is Fruitables mini treats


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    wow some of this I would never think of! Im assuming green beans and watermelon are good for bullies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfish View Post
    Just my 2 cents here. We purchased Fromm grain free treats and while the dogs like them, they are very hard (crunchy) and I don't really like the size. They are almost perfect to get stuck in a throat if they weren't chewed up. Makes me nervous. I've been feeding them to my English as he does good with chewing them. I've avoided giving them to my Frenchie after she scared me the first time I gave one to her.

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    sounds good. thanks. Ill keep that in mind

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