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Discussion in 'American Bully Health' started by Guy4God, Nov 16, 2013.

  1. Guy4God

    Guy4God Little Dog

    My friend has a new Ambully pup that will be 70-90# as an adult. He wants to feed [h=1]Taste of the Wild Grain-Free High Prairie Dry Dog Food for Puppy[/h]but is not sure because it is not LARGE breed puppy. What are your thought? I know they say "large breed" puppy food helps with bones, etc. on puppies.....so they grow correct. Thank you
  2. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog

    You're going to get some different answers for this. I consider large breeds (in regards to kibble) to be at least 100#, if not 120#+. The giant breeds are what I would feed large breed kibble to.

    Another thing to remember when basing your opinion of the pups on the parents are than LOTS of people have overweight dogs and think they are fine. Are the parents ideally at 70# and 90#? Or could they stand to lose 5-10#?
  3. Guy4God

    Guy4God Little Dog

    IMO the parents look like they could lose at least 10-15 pounds.....but I've only seen 1 pic where they are both sitting. He ended up going with wellness complete health puppy, which I think is a nice feed.....It's not large breed anyways...lol

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