if so im glad i didnt get the orijen puppy big breed
We recommend that you feed twice daily. Simply divide the amount suggested on the feeding guide into two meals, spaced eight to twelve hours apart. You may need to adjust portions as you learn your dog’s ideal daily “maintenance” amount, always keeping in mind that a lean dog is a healthy dog!
Many dogs have large appetites and will eat all you feed them. As ORIJEN foods are highly palatable, you need to be careful not to overfeed.
Obesity at any age can cause serious health issues. While all of our foods have feeding guidelines printed on the package, every dog is different and these guides really are just a starting point.
Keep a close eye on your dog or cat’s body condition. If he or she looks too thin, feed a little more. If he looks like he is carrying too much weight, scale back a little at a time.
While your dog or cat may act hungry, their body condition is the best gauge of how much to feed.
I do NOT agree with you one little bit. Quit being a Karen. I feed my 2 1/2 month old Bully 4 cups of food a day. He is 30 pounds, super healthy, not fat at all and I don't know what breeds you deal with but my OEB before he passed was 120, that is a LARGE breed dog?! Geezus.first off stop feeding "large breed food", OEBs are not large breeds and esp yours being so small at 6 months. You do not have a large breed.
2nd, 3 cups for 30 pounds is WAY WAY too much food! i would cut down half. feeding more food wont make her grow it will just make her FAT!
Bulldogs take up to 3 years to fully develop, she might just be a slow grower. Nothing wrong with a mini-bulldog, prolly just has more EB in her than most OEBs do.