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New to EVO...how much to feed?

Natalie RobertsNatalie Roberts NashvilleMember Posts: 83
edited 17 February, 2008 in Food & Nutrition
My mommy is wanting to switch me to Innova EVO dry and wet food, but she is unsure how much she should give me. She can\'t \"free feed\" me dry food because I have, well, no self control. Also, she knows wet food is better for me, so I was wondering how much wet food AND dry food I should have per day. I currently weigh about 6.5 pounds. Also, mommy is aware that she will have to make the transition slowly. :)

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  • Tara WTara W St. PaulMember Posts: 939
    edited 17 February, 2008
    I'm about 8lbs and I get about 1/4 cup of dry, a 1/3 of a 5.5oz can of wet, and in the mornings I get about an ounce of a different wet food. I'm really active. I play fetch and chase ferrets for hours every day. Once the snow goes away I'll go out for walks on the leash almost every day. I guess I would read the feeding guide on the bag and use your best judgment from there.
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