Dietary table

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Feeding Guide:

Quantity per kilo bodyweight per day

grams per kilograms of body weight per day.
Dog's weight:Puppy to young adult:
(until 7-8 months)
Young adult to adult:
(until 16 months)
Adult DogPregnant, lactating
and working dogs
Kilograms:Reduce the quantity for puppy to young adult
per month
Reduce the quantity for young adult to adult
per month
1 → 5106 → 79 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
79 → 51 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
51 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
According to need
2 to 4 times a day
5 → 1081 → 59 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
59 → 37 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
37 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
10 → 2065 → 48 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
48 → 31 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
31 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
20 → 3059 → 43 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
43 → 28 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
28 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
30 → 4056 → 40 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
40 → 25 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
25 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
40 → 5037 → 23 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
23 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
50 → 9020 grams
per kilogram bodyweight
Grams in total spread over 4 portions a dayGrams in total spread over 3 portions a dayGrams in total spread over 2 portions a day

The quantities above are based on the average nutritional requirements for the dogs in relation to the actual Farm Food Fresh Menu nutritional value.

At all times: Feed with your eyes. After all, no two dogs are alike.

Ensure that there is always unlimited drinking water available for your dog(s)!


Important! Feed with your eyes. After all, no two dogs are alike. 

In our dietary table a guideline is given for how much a dog should eat per kilogram of body weight. But not every dog is the same. It is possible that your dog needs a bit more or less than the guideline we suggest. For this reason we advise you to keep an eye on your dog. Use your eyes when feeding! It is okay to feel the ribs of your dog but you should not be able to see them.

What is a young adult dog?

That is a question we hear regularly. For a young adult we use 7 to 8 months as a guideline. Most dogs are adult (technically for dietary purposes) at the age of 16 months. This depends on the size of the breed. Small breeds become adult relatively younger (for their weight) than larger breeds. It is important to slowly reduce feeding over this period to an adult quantity.

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