Chrisc0521

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Have a 5 month english bulldog and feeding him Acana puppy plan twice a day 1 cup and doesn't seem to be gaining weight, looks skinny for me but need y'all opinion. Am I feeding him too little?
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Frost

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At 5 months Bruno was getting 4 cups a day and at 13 months he's 65 lbs.
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Cbrugs

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Increase a bit and keep your eye on his poop. Too much food will normally cause softer poop. At 5 months old, you want to make sure your feeding enough and it’s okay for a puppy to be a little chunky as they grow.


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helsonwheels

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Have a 5 month english bulldog and feeding him Acana puppy plan twice a day 1 cup and doesn't seem to be gaining weight, looks skinny for me but need y'all opinion. Am I feeding him too little?
Just curious... comparing him to most English bulldogs I've seen that are chunky.View attachment 121115

Great advice above… I personally keep mine on the thinner side for their breathing. Acana has one of the highest counts in meat protein so yes it will keep them leaner n fit. Great kibble.
 

2BullyMama

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Increase a bit and keep your eye on his poop. Too much food will normally cause softer poop. At 5 months old, you want to make sure your feeding enough and it’s okay for a puppy to be a little chunky as they grow.


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Agreed with Citty…. Increase a little to get some weight on and then cut back once at better place


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