Puppy Diet Guide
What should I feed my puppy?
Ensuring your puppy has a complete well balanced diet will keep them happy and healthy.
Please follow our Puppy Diet Guide to ensure your puppy receives all the essential vitamins and nutrients that it needs to thrive.
Prime 100 Chicken & Brown Rice Dog Food Roll 2kg
Prime Chicken and Brown Rice is an excellent source of protein and can be purchased through Coles Supermarkets, Woolworths and online stores. Refer to our Puppy Feeding Chart for amounts depending on weight and age.
Lactose Free Milk
Some puppies can develop an intolerance or an allergy to certain ingredients in food. Dairy products that contain
lactose can be a prime source of trouble for your puppy so we recommend using Lactose Free Milk to avoid tummy upsets, rashes and loose stools.
Give your puppy a bowl of lactose free milk once daily until puppy is 12 months old.
Ensure that your puppy always has access to clean drinking water.
Provide a separate bowl for water.
Raw Chicken and Beef Bones
From 12 weeks of age feed one raw chicken wing/drumstick/frame to your puppy every couple of days.
It is important to also give your dog beef bones on a regular basis for mantaining dental hygiene.
Never feed your dog chocolate or onions.
Both contain ingredients that are
HIGHLY TOXIC to dogs!
If you suspect your dog has eaten either of these contact your vet immediately.
TRY this Recipe
This delicious soup/casserole recipe is a great combination of meat, rice and vegetables
hat can be cooked in bulk and frozen
1 Cup Long Grain White Rice
500g Bag of Mixed Vegetables
2Kg Chicken Mince
1 Handful of dry dog food
Fill a large pot with 3L of water and bring to the boil.
Add chicken mince and cook for 5 minutes or until cooked through.
Add mixed vegetables and rice.
Cook on medium heat for 15 - 20 minutes or until rice has softened.
Divide into 1/2 -2 cup portions and freeze in containers.
Defrost portions and serve with a small handful of dry dog food.
How much should I feed my puppy?
Maintaining ideal body condition is key to encouraging proper growth in all puppies. View our Puppy Feeding Chart for amounts based on age and weight.
The indicated amounts are only a guideline.
If your puppy becomes overweight, a reduction of your puppy’s daily food intake may be appropriate.
As puppies near adulthood, their calorie needs may drop, and your puppy may begin leaving some food in the bowl. Don't misinterpret this as an indication of dislike for the food. Instead, begin offering less so your puppy doesn't overeat and stays in ideal body condition.
View the Your Dog’s Weight and Body condition page for more information.