• Our own guide, formulated with a Qualified Nutritional Consultant and Veterinary Approved. An approximate starting point for working out approx daily feed amount based on current weight and age - tweak up/down to suit individual.

    7-10wks: 8-10% (4 meals)
    10-16wks: 7-8%
    16-20wks: 6-7% (3 meals)
    20-24wks: 5-6%
    24-36wks: 4-5%
    36-68wks: 3-5% (2 meals)
    68wks+: stabilising to 2-3%

    *To Lose weight = 1.5-2%
    *To Stay the same (Pets) = 2%
    *To Stay the same (Working) = 2.5%
    *To Gain weight = 3-3.5%
    *Smaller breeds may be ready to have food reduced
    sooner as they mature faster.

    *Bull type breeds typically will need at least 1% less in food.

    *The 'ideal' condition to aim for, is to be able to feel and count
    every rib, but not feel spine or in between ribs, or see ribs.

    Watch Stools!

    *Small, formed, holds shape, barely leaves a trace when picked up = Perfect
    *Very small and hard, crumbly, white = Too much bone, add in extra tripe or offal to prevent constipation.
    *Soft, not holding shape = Too little bone/too much offal. Introduce some high bone items.

    Use our calculator below to find out how much you should be feeding your dog a day! Simply put in your dogs weight and the percentage you want to feed them a day using the percentages above to find out how much you should feed.

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  • Cats have a much higher metabolism then Dogs and as such need feeding a minimum of twice daily. NEVER starve a cat, this can cause life threatening issues. Cats cannot produce taurine themselves so this will need to be supplemented, a small amount of heart daily should be sufficient.

    For Adult Cats weigh and work out daily feed amount based on weight

    For Adult Cats needing to gain weight = 4%

    For Adult Cats needing to maintain weight = 3%

    For Adult Cats needing to lose weight = 2%*

    *When Promoting weight loss with Cats it is VERY important that they do not go for long periods without feeding, ideally the meals should not only be cut down in size, but spread out across the day to ensure that weight loss does not happen too quickly as this can result in liver problems.

    Use the calculator below to work out how much you should feed your cat a day! Simply put in your cats weight and the percentage you want to feed them from the percentages above to find out what you should be feeding them!

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