Re: calcium level
Don't worry about calcium in kibble so long as the kibble is either designed for puppies or designed for all life stages. The problem is when people think it's a good idea to add extra sources of calcium on top of what's already being fed without regard for the balances required for proper calcium intake. Cali Natural is a good food, I would stick to that, but many people feel it's better to feed an adult food rather than a puppy food, I'll let other people chime in on that one.
The reason why many people recommend not feeding a puppy food is that pup food can contribute to faster growth whereas adult food yields slower, more even growth.
Renji - 6 y/o M GSD x chow rescue
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