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It doesn’t matter which stage of life your dog is in, their weight is very important to their overall health. In younger dogs and older dogs especially, it can be hard to calculate their daily dietary needs. Your dog food should include information about how much they recommend to feed your dog each day, but just like humans have individual dietary needs, so does your dog. If you’re unsure about what food you should be giving your dog, checking out a site like Jug Dog may help you to figure it out. Maybe you’re asking yourself, “How much should I feed my dog each day?” Our Rottweiler, Kitty, is a good example. Her dietary needs will not necessarily be met by solely following the directions on the side of the bag. Kitty only eats Wellness® Complete Health™ Line dog food. They only use high quality protein and include essential vitamins and nutrients, so she can easily sustain her busy life here on the farm. Here is my not-so-cut-and-dry answer to how much you should you feed your dog each day.