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 What amount of food is right for my 9 month old Zeus?

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Male Join date : 2013-03-25
Location : Binghamton, New York

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PostSubject: What amount of food is right for my 9 month old Zeus?   What amount of food is  right for my 9 month old Zeus? EmptyFri Nov 29, 2013 11:43 am

Zeus is almost 9 months old now at this point. When seeing other Huskies around where we are living, me and my girlfriend notice that they are a lot wider around the gut. When we look at Zeus, we notice that we can see his ribs (not completely, there's a light coat of fat/muscle over them) and when he eats it looks like he sucks in his gut we can see them.

He's not food aggressive (I can do whatever I need to with his food and there is no worry with him around our daughter with his food) but he eats like a hog. He shoves his nose in his bowl and just eats it all as fast as he can as opposed to dogs I've had in the past that eat slower.

We're feeding him two cups per day split into two meals (one early morning and one in the late afternoon). I'm just wondering if this is enough for Zeus right now?

I'm not sure of his exact weight, I know that when  he was neutered he weighed in at 40 lbs, so he's got to be around 50 lbs now. I know that an exact weight would help to know if he's getting enough, but it's a pretty hard time trying to get him to stand on our scale without going to the vets office.

Thanks for any help you guys can offer me on here, I just want to make sure he's getting enough food!

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