Arden Grange puppy/junior

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Toby's mummy
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Arden Grange puppy/junior

Post by Toby's mummy » 24 Mar 2015, 07:30

I recently changed my 6 month fur baby on to Arden Grange, checked the weights on the bag, poured the contents into a storage container and threw the bag away. I'm now worried I've written the weights down wrong as he seems constantly hungry!! He's started waking me in the morning and goes straight to where his food is kept and started trying to eat everything. Why is such a basic need such as feeding, so hard!!!

swardie
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Re: Arden Grange puppy/junior

Post by swardie » 24 Mar 2015, 09:05

Could you perhaps go to Pets at Home or similar to look at a bag? Or the AG website? Good luck!

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Re: Arden Grange puppy/junior

Post by iwantadog » 24 Mar 2015, 16:34

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Toby's mummy
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Re: Arden Grange puppy/junior

Post by Toby's mummy » 25 Mar 2015, 07:24

Thank you! I've rechecked and I am giving the correct amount I'll give it a while and see how he goes on it. He was neutered last week so I'm now wondering if that's got something to do with it. :)

Pollydoodle
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Re: Arden Grange puppy/junior

Post by Pollydoodle » 27 Mar 2015, 01:45

Maybe you need to give him a little more to eat. What is in the pack is just a guide on aguess what their adult weight would be. If he seems ravenous, I'd give a little more and see.
If then his poo turns very soft or sloppy you will know it is too much food.
At 6 months pups grow quickly and use a lot of energy.

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