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Old 27-05-2019, 07:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ben is now an Adult in terms of food. I changed him from Arden Grange Large puppy and young dog onto the same for the Adult Large.

Despite feeding him much more than recommended for his weight, he has lost weight over a month to the point that he looks thin.

I've changed him on to a premium working dog food and he is gaining weight.

I contacted his breeder and she has also had issues with the Adult version of Arden Grange and no longer feeds it.

Has anyone else had a problem with moving to adult food?
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Not all food suits all dogs. In all honesty I don't know what is in Arden Grange so cant really comment.

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