9-12 months of age
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What happens when you stop feeding puppy food?
When you stop feeding puppy food, you must change more than just the food he eats. The number of meals and portion sizes will shift, too. Most puppies eat three meals a day, but adult dogs can eat just two meals per day.
What age should you stop feeding a puppy dry food?
Large breeds should be fed unmoistened dry food by 9 or 10 weeks; small dogs by 12 or 13 weeks. 3鈥? months: Sometime during this period, decrease feedings from four to three a day. A pup should be losing her potbelly and pudginess by 12 weeks. If she is still roly-poly at this age, continue to feed puppy-size portions until body type matures.
When to switch from puppy food to adult dog food?
When deciding on the right time to feed adult dog food, the goal is to switch to adult food around the time the puppy stops growing but before he starts gaining excess weight. Keep track of your puppy’s weight and height and look for the numbers to increase at a slower rate.
How do you stop a puppy from throwing up after eating?
A gradual transition helps prevent stomach upset. Days 1 to 2: Feed 3/4 of the normal amount of puppy food and add 1/4 adult dog food. Days 3 to 4: Serve half puppy food and half adult dog food. Days 5 to 7: Feed 1/4 puppy food and 3/4 adult dog food.