Hill's Science Diet Large Breed Puppy FoodHill's Science Diet puppy food is precisely balanced nutrition for your puppy's special needs featuring high quality ingredients that provide an ideal combination of nutrients, clinically proven antioxidants and vital fatty acids for better health. This new Large Breed Puppy Food is rich in fish oil with optimal levels of nourishing Omega-6 fatty acids, which promote a healthy skin and a radiant coat. It's clinically proven that our formula will provide your puppy with a healthier immune system in 90 days due to the optimal levels of antioxidants; vitamins C & E that quickly build healthy cognitive and immune function. The addition of L-Carnitine to our large breed formula promotes the ideal body composition by converting fats into energy and helping to develop lean muscle while the optimal levels of calcium help control bone growth to ensure proper development of bones and joints. We also include high quality ingredients like gentle fibers that ensure a proven gentle, healthy digestion for your puppy. In addition, we've included optimal levels of vital fatty acids to ensure healthy development of bones and joints resulting in enhanced mobility by 30% in 45 days.Who we are; 150 veterinarians, PhD nutritionists and scientists that ensure over 50 nutrients in our food work together and fall precisely within appropriate ranges, avoiding nutrient excesses and deficiencies that can impact your puppy's long term health.Hill's Science Diet, U.S. Veterinarians' #1 Choice to Feed Their Own Pets(TM).
Daily Feeding GuideLess than 4 months and Pregnant Dogs (weeks 7-9):2 lbs. - 1/2 cup5 lbs. - 1 1/8 cups8 lbs. - 1 5/8 cups10 lbs - 1 7/8 cups20 lbs. - 3 cups40 lbs. - 5 1/4 cups60 lbs. - 7 cups4 to 9 months and Pregnant Dogs (weeks 5-6):20 lbs. - 2 2/3 cups40 lbs. - 4 1/3 cups60 lbs. - 6 cups80 lbs. - 7 1/3 cups100 lbs. - 8 2/3 cups10 to 12 months and Pregnant Females (weeks 1-4):40 lbs. - 3 1/2 cups60 lbs. - 4 3/4 cups80 lbs. - 5 3/4 cups100 lbs. - 7 cups120 lbs. - 8 cups140 lbs. - 9 cupsFeeding this food for the first time? Mix increasing amounts of your pet's new food with decreasing amounts of the old food over a 7-day period. Keep fresh water available at all times. We recommend that you take your pet to the veterinarian at least twice a year for regular health check-ups. Your pet's nutritional needs change with each lifestage.