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How Much Should I Feed My Dog?

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A normal, healthy, adult dog should eat between 2 and 3% of its body weight a day. Older, less active dogs, have lower energy levels and therefore require less food than young, fit and healthily-active dogs.

Remember. Overweight dogs are likely to live shorter lives. If your dog is overweight, feed 2% of its body weight until it reaches a normal, healthy weight.

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