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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-11-2014, 11:20 AM Thread Starter
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What age did you switch to 2 feedings

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I can't remember honestly but it was around 5-6 months old.

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Titan has always been on 2 feedings.. since he was 8 weeks old. We never did the 3 a day because of our schedule and time constraints. He is still on 2 a days and doing well!

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Mine is 15 months old and still fed 3 times a day unless something unforeseen happens. I use the mid-day feeding as a chance for him to get out and stretch his legs as I'm at work all day (my son normally feeds him at mid-day).

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My schedule allows for 3 feedings but she picks at it so I think I'm cutting it out and do some training at that time using her food.


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If I remember correctly we went from 3 x's a day to 2 around 4 months old.
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Answered here: HOW and WHEN to switch Puppy to 2 meals a day?

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Thanks! Yes just did training with her and used 1/2 cup of her kibble for it. She eats about 3 1/2 cup total a day so I'm trying to get that amount in 2 meals plus training. She's not the best eater at all


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