Dogs should be fed at the same time every day. Feeding at the same time will keep your dog on a bathroom schedule. Ask your vet how many times a day you should feed your dog.
When switching to a new food gradually transition him to the new food by mixing portions of both foods until you slowly phase out the old food. Your dog may experience diarrhea if his food is suddenly changed.
We recommend feeding 8 ounces of Biscuit and Bones dog food for every 20 pounds of your adult dog's ideal weight. Note that feeding amounts may vary depending on your dog's age, breed and activity level. More active dogs with higher energy needs may require larger servings, while less active dogs may require slightly smaller servings.
10 lbs = 4 ounces
20 lbs = 8 ounces
30 lbs = 12 ounces
40 lbs = 1 pound
50 lbs = 1 1/2 pounds
60 lbs = 2 pounds
80 lbs = 2 1/2 pounds
A dog's digestive system needs time to fully adjust to a new food. For this reason we always recommend introducing a new food over several days to make the change as smooth as possible. The easiest way would be to feed 75% of the old diet with 25% of the recommended feeding amount of the new food for a day or two, followed by 1-2 days at 50/50 and for the last couple of days feed 25% of the old food with 75% of the new. A slow change is especailly important for dogs with sensitive stomachs which may need to be changed over a longer period.
Biscuit and Bones fresh pet foods are complete foods.They provide a convenient version of home cooking so they include a balanced selection of high-end fresh ingredients, gently cooked and packed. With fresh ingredients and a low level of processing, Biscuit and Bones pet foods retain a very high proportion of their natural nutrients all the way to the dog bowl. However, since no preservatives are added at any stage and since the food hasn't been pasteurised like conventional wet foods, fresh foods don't stay fresh for as long as commercial pet foods. For this reason, our fresh pet foods are shipped frozen . Simply defrost in the fridge or on the kitchen counter overnight, a quick microwave warm up of the portion will have your dogs tail wagging.
Frozen, our pet food stays fresh for up to 6 months, once defrosted use within 7 days.