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    Kyle D

    I contacted Farmina and or their Pumpkin Puppy dog food that are stating calcium of 1.8% and phosphorus of 1.4% at maximum. This seems awfully out of line for a large breed puppy. Which they said this meets guidelines and is suitable for a large breed. Can I get some more insight into this? Im concerned about the calcium.

    #127156 Report Abuse

    Hi Kyle,
    I’ll bump up yor post.

    What did you end up feeding your pup?
    I just had a looked at the Farmina N&D Ancestral Grain Canine, Lamb & Blueberry Puppy medium & maxi formula, the Calcium -1.30%; Phosphorus-0.90%…

    The N&D Pumpkin Grain-Free Canine Lamb & Blueberry Puppy Medium & Maxi formula you post about has had the guaranteed analysis for Calcium & Phosphorus taken down, I cant find it… Maybe your right the calcium is too high.
    Pit love knows more about growing large breed puppies..

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    Kyle D

    I ended up feeding the puppy farmina pumpkin lamb and blueberry. They say that Maximus when I call them. I just hope everything will be ok feeding my Alaskan malamute this food.

    #129457 Report Abuse

    Did you read the large breed puppy thread in the diet and health forum?

    #129506 Report Abuse
    Kyle D

    Yes I did.

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