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Feeding Guides

If you received a Weekly Plan, feed one bag per day. Weekly Plans are portioned out to provide the recommended weekly calories for the proteins in that plan for your dog's weight.

Dog Feeding Guides

Feeding guidelines are based on the average caloric needs of the average indoor, spayed or neutered, dog. Use these guidelines as a starting point and adjust based on your dog’s individual needs. Just like people, the metabolisms and caloric needs of dogs are wide ranging and there are many factors involved in determining the appropriate amount for your dog.

You may need to feed less if your dog is older and/or sedentary, and more if your dog is young and/or very active.

For leaner, lower calorie proteins like chicken or pork, you will need to feed a little bit more than for the fattier, higher calorie proteins like beef or duck.

If your dog is a puppy, please follow our puppy feeding guide. Generally, puppies need to eat what a dog who weighs 3 to 4 times what the puppy weighs, needs to eat. For example, a 10 lb puppy should be eating what a 30 - 40 lb dog eats.

Dog's weight range Feed per day
5 - 10 lb 6 - 8 oz
10 - 20 lb 7 - 10 oz
20 - 30 lb 10 - 14 oz
30 - 40 lb 14 - 18 oz
40 - 50 lb 18 - 20 oz
50 - 60 lb 20 - 22 oz
60 - 70 lb 22 - 24 oz
70 - 80 lb 24 - 30 oz
80 - 90 lb 30 - 33 oz
90 - 100 lb 32 - 35 oz
100 - 110 lb 32 - 38 oz
110 - 120 lb 35 - 41 oz
120 - 130 lb 37 - 43 oz
130 - 140 lb 40 - 45 oz
140 - 150 lb 42 - 48 oz

Cat Feeding Guide

Age, activity level, and protein caloric content will vary, so adjust accordingly. If your cat is a kitten, please follow our kitten feeding guide.

Cat's weight Feed per day
8 lb 5 oz
9 lb 5.5 oz
10 lb 6 oz
11 lb 6.5 oz
12 lb 7 oz
13 lb 7.3 oz
14 lb 7.6 oz
15 lb 8 oz