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Homemade Dog Food Helpful Hints – Feed Twice a Day

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While puppies need feeding multiple time a day, adult dogs should ideally be fed twice a day.

There is no hard and fast rule for feeding an adult dog, although it is generally recommended that large breeds be fed twice a day to avoid bloat as a result of eating too much food in one go.

Many small dogs are quite happy being fed once a day, but if you’re feeding them a quality food, why not give them double the pleasure by feeding them twice a day?

At the end of the day, whether you have a large or a small breed of adult dog, it seems to make sense to feed twice a day both for the pleasure and to avoid stretching their stomach.

Dogs are not so much different from us. Imagine how uncomfortable you would feel if you were to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner and everything in between, all at the same time!

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