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Age

Ideal Weight

Max Weight

12 weeks

12

14

4 months

16

19

5 months

20

23

6 months

25

28

7 months

29

32

8 months

33

37

9 months

37

42

10 months

41

46

11 months

45

51

12 months

50

55

    >12 months

50

55

 


Bulldog Feeding Recommendations

 

From 4 months of age and throughout adulthood the last rib should be visible, the other ribs should be easily palpated.

 

The weight chart is a guideline that should be taken into consideration along with the last rib showing. 

 

Please do not think that at maturity your puppy will not look like a Bulldog if you do not keep him large (fat) during his growth stages. 

 

Your puppy’s adult size is genetically programmed in him with adequate, but not excessive nutrition.

 

An overweight puppy may develop joint problems. 

 

Keep him slim and he will grow not only to be a bullish Bully but also a healthy bully.

 

Often we are asked how much to feed, the answer is variable depending on the food, exercise and metabolism of the puppy.

 

We develop our Bulldogs by observing their body condition.  The last rib should be visible.

 

Never forget that many factors determine the health of your puppy.  Genetics is very important but to unlock the true potential your puppy needs to kept at the proper weight while being fed a good feed without becoming obese. 

 

No soybeans, wheat or corn should be contained in the feed.  We recommend using a dry kibble only.

 

If the puppy becomes obese reduce the feed in half every week until you observe the last rib visible.

 

You must be a responsible owner.  Be strong and do not feel guilty for reducing the food.

 

No calcium supplements.  We do not recommend supplementing commercial feeds.

 

If you are going to use a supplement please consult with us first.

 

You can destroy a puppy and relequate him to a life of misery if you do not observe his body condition.

 

Keep water accessible at all times.

 

No table scraps or human food.

 

Treats should be avoided in our opinion.  If you must give treats please give only tidbits by breaking the treat into many pieces and then be smart and use them to train your puppy.  Everyone will benefit and it is a lot more fun than handing over a big treat and watching it be gobbled down in one gulp.

 Priscilla@EnglishBullPup.com or
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