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    Hi,Buster is 13 weeks old and his food sent from the breeder is running low,i know i have to mix new with old for several days,would you continue with a puppy food or introduce him to adult as he will be around 16 weeks when he will be on new food fully?Thankyou

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    You could slowly introduce adult food to his kibble… I will tag some of our UK members to find out what is a great bully food over there.

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    Thank you i was thinking wainwrights grain free any other recommendations would be great thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellie67 View Post
    Thank you i was thinking wainwrights grain free any other recommendations would be great thanks
    Wainswright and James Well Beloved are the only two I know of that are very good in the UK. Sure their are others, but they are the two I heard of
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    Quote Originally Posted by ellie67 View Post
    Hi,Buster is 13 weeks old and his food sent from the breeder is running low,i know i have to mix new with old for several days,would you continue with a puppy food or introduce him to adult as he will be around 16 weeks when he will be on new food fully?Thankyou
    hi
    my 3 bulldogs are on wainwrights, I switched a few months ago to the grain free one. It's a wee bit more expensive but well worth it.
    Remember when changing food. Do the transition over 4 weeks. As bulldogs are sensitive and could get the poops if
    you change 2 fast.

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    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellie67 View Post
    Hi,Buster is 13 weeks old and his food sent from the breeder is running low,i know i have to mix new with old for several days,would you continue with a puppy food or introduce him to adult as he will be around 16 weeks when he will be on new food fully?Thankyou
    Hi, we switch our girl to wainwrights about a month or so ago, i research wainwrights on line it has some good ratings, we did our switch over a 7day period


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