good idea augrad!! do you think the vet's office would take it, i have an appt with them on Saturday....augrad said:snarky, if you've already opened the bags and can't return them, you could donate them to a shelter or rescue group. Easiest thing to do is probably just drop by Petsmart or Petco on a Saturday, and ask whichever group is there if they would like the food. People do that with us all the time.
Well one good thing is that you need to switch food slowly, so its good that you have some food left over. If you want to finish up that food before switching it is okay, it isn't going to harm them. then when you are getting low on food start mixing half and half and then slowly adding more of the good food.snarky said:thanks Haus!
so go buy a house already, what the heck are you doing on here!!!
okay, so now i have a huge dilemma, i just bought 2 40lb bags for $40 each. i hate to throw it out.
also, Kate, i saw the royal cannin for bulldog breed but it was for 12 months and up, and for EB not AB..... they had no puppy EB food
and no adult AB food, they had Boxer and German Shepard....
what to do????
High quality kibble such as DVP Natural Balance, Canidae, etc. are formulated to be suitable for all life stages. (You just have to feed puppies up to twice as much as adults of the same weight.) You could always supplement with Glucosamine. I'm thinking of switching Bella from the regular Missing Link to the Missing Link that has Glucosamine and Chondroitin in it. Bella has been on an adult formula food for about 4 months now and seems to be doing very well. From what I can tell, her growth has been steady.LuvaBULL said:I'd hate to give them adult formulas though, they are still growing puppies.