I recently transfered my dog into Brit Premium Chiken Junior M dog food from Royal Canine medium puppy dog food and I noticed that the portions were a lot different (f.e. Royal Canin recomends 269g of food per day with 414 kcal/100 g and Brit recommends 162g of food per day with 398 kcal/ 100g). My question is if I should feed my puppy with the recommended dosage or should I match the previous calories?
Greetings. I own 2 pitbull type females (2 years & 3 months) and both of them are allergic to chicken, even in smallest amounts. We have a problem finding puppy dry food that don't contain chicken fat. I feed my 2 year old Brit hypoallergenic and insect & fish. Is it okay to feed my 3 months old the same foods, or are they only suitable for adult dogs? Thank you.
Good afternoon My vet has recommended Brit mono-protein Tuna or Rabbit wet food for my dog diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease to reduce his intolerances. I would like to know if these products contain carrageenan or other artificial additives. Thank you in advance
Hi. We've been giving Brit Lamb & Rice Sensitive to our young male dog as he has often suffered from diarrhoea. It has really sorted this problem out and he enjoys the food. However, recently, we've found that the kibble in the15kg bag has now got much bigger (at least doubled in size) while the kibble in the 3kg bag is still small. Unfortunately, he won't eat the large kibble. So my question is - why is the kibble size different when buying a large or small bag of the same product? And is this a temporary blip in your production? We really hope to be able to buy large bags with the original small kibble in the future.
Hello everyone! I have a mixbreed dog of 5 months. the mother was an American Staffordshire Terrier and the father is unknown. I bought the brit puppy care for small breeds by mistake. I think that my dog will eventually become a 25-30 kg dog. Can I give her the food for small breeds checking for the quantities on the large breed box (which suggests around 300g of products per day)? Thanks in advance!!
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