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I bought iams puppy for my 4 month old pup. I read the feeding guidelines and it said to feed my dog 4 3/4c. My dog weights around 30. I think the guidelines is messed up or am I the messed up one? Lol

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Iam's isn't that good at all, as far as how much you can't go off the bags, they want to feed your dog more so you have to buy food faster. I would get on a better quality kibbles.
 

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How long does the dog food last?

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Well I go through a bag every 2 days BUT I have 13 dogs several pretty big dogs. I can tell you one thing you'll use less of a better quality food that's a little higher than you will of a cheaper food that's less quality ingredients. For your wallet and dogs health I would go with a better food :) I fed Iams for years before I knew better.

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Well I go through a bag every 2 days BUT I have 13 dogs several pretty big dogs. I can tell you one thing you'll use less of a better quality food that's a little higher than you will of a cheaper food that's less quality ingredients. For your wallet and dogs health I would go with a better food :) I fed Iams for years before I knew better.

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Thank you. I have to research this 4health and see if somewhere on this island sells it.

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I use 4Health too and have had great results with it :) I'm like you too and wanted good but nothing crazy expensive. We've been on 4Health for almost a year now and never had a problem with it. Most bull breeds have a grain allergy so going grain free is usually best.

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