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Puppy dog food

The first six months are the "main growth phase". They require high quality protein and nutrients.

Junior dog food

The next 6- 12 months require a reduced protein content to help prevent any growth disorders.

Healthy adult dog food

Now fully grown, finding the right diet to match their energy requirements is key. 

Senior dog food

Now in old age, diets with a lower fat and phosphorus are needed.

The Dogs Blogs

A dog is a lifelong companion and can provide many benefits to your life, but there are also drawbacks. The following article will help you make an informed decision about whether or not purchasing a new puppy is the right step for you.
The first six months are the “main growth phase”. During this time, the puppy grows very quickly. With some breeds, the puppy can reach up to 75% of his later weight as an adult dog at this stage. So his need for energy and high-quality nutrients in appropriate amounts is correspondingly high during this period.
A puppy’s first six-months is the “main growth phase” for a dog. During this time the puppy grows very quickly, some breeds can reach up to 75 % of the total body weight as an adult dog at this stage.

Puppies and adult dogs have different requirements and therefore making the transition from puppy to adult food can be crucial to the health and happiness of your dog. Not only this, but different dogs need to transition at different times, so if you’re wondering when to switch your puppy to adult dog food, we’re here to help!

So, you’ve got a brand new puppy. You’ve welcomed this bundle of joy into your family and now it’s time to get to work on their training. Not only is this an amazing way for you to bond with your new four-legged friend, but it’s important to show your pooch how they fit into your family.