Feeding Young Again Dog Food:
The below feeding guidelines are a suggestion. Each dog's nutritional needs will vary based upon age, breed, activity level, environment and medical condition. We suggest you begin with these levels, monitor your pet's weight and make the necessary adjustments to their daily ration as needed.
40/16 FORMULA for dogs under 30 lbs.
5 lbs (2.3kg) 1/4 C (25g) - 1/3 C (33g)
10 lbs (4.5kg) 1/2 C (50g) - 3/4 C (75g)
20 lbs (9.0kg) 3/4 C (75g) - 1 C (100g)
30 lbs (13.6kg) 1 C (100g) - 1 1/4 C (125g)
40 lbs (18kg) 1 1/4 C (125g) - 1 C (100g)
CORE HEALTH for dogs over 30 lbs.
21-35 lbs 1 C (100g) - 1 1/2 C (150g)
36 - 50 lbs 1 1/2 C (150g) - 1 3/4 C (175g)
51-75 lbs 1 3/4 C (175g) - 2 1/3 C (233g)
76-100 lbs 2 1/3 C (233g) - 2 3/4 C (275g)
+ 100 lbs 2 3/4 C (275g) + 1/4 C (25g) per 10 lbs > 100 lbs
For best digestion, we recommend two feedings daily approximately 11 hours apart. We recommend free-choice feeding (a full bowl at all times) if your dog maintains a healthy weight. Younger and/or smaller breed dogs are more likely to adapt to free-choice feeding than older dogs. A free-choice fed dog will generally be more satisfied and may consume less food.
NOTE: Soft stool can be a sign of overconsumption.
STORAGE: Keep the Young Again Dog Food in a cool dark place and leave in the original packaging. Oil from the food will coat other pet food containers and will go rancid over time, contaminating new food when it is placed into the old container.