Acana Light&Fit is 325kcal/cup, it worked wonders when my mom's two terrier mixes gained too much weight.AllisonPibbleLvr wrote:Do some googling, look for something that's around the low 300's
AllisonPibbleLvr wrote:The number to look for is the kcal/cup in a dog food. The lower the number. The more a dog can eat, still lose weight and not be starving.
Adrianne wrote:Try Petflow.com or another similar website for home delivery dog food. It opens your options a lot for what you can get in your home town.
Also consider feeding less as opposed to different?
Not really. High performance dog foods are made for just that - high performance dogs. A couch potato will gain weight on these types of food.jrowephoto wrote:Now she's packing it on, but only from 2 cups a day? odd
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