Short answer – yes, of course!! Just like we make no distinction when feeding granny, grandpa or the children, so too do we make little distinction when feeding our puppies or older dogs. What is important, as for all living beings, is that the meal is nutritious and wholesome. All Vondis ingredients are top quality – real meat, greens and carbohydrates and cold pressed olive oil. Our herbs come from an organic garden, picked fresh every morning.
When feeding a puppy on Vondi’s Dog Food, one should be measure the head size of the puppy. The quantity of food per meal must be the same as the head size of your puppy. Or you can simply measure out 3-4% of its body weight.
VONDI’S PUPPY MENU
- 7am Oats. Pour hot water over, stand until soggy. Sprinkle Vondi’s vitamin supplement on top. Small qty raw egg mixed in every day.
- 10am Puppy Crunchies
- 11am Vondi’s Dog Food
- 4pm Puppy Crunchies
- 7pm Vondi’s Dog food – Sprinkle Vondi’s supplement on top.
This is a guideline. You don’t have to be too strict about times and in what order you feed what. At around six months eliminate one meal, increasing the other two. By nine months you should be feeding the adult amount of Vondi’s Dog Food twice a day. At fifteen months you can then feed once or twice a day.
Quantities of Vondi’s Dog Food should be measured according to the head size for puppies. The quantity of food must be the same as the head size of your puppy.
Vondi’s Food Supplement offers REAL and wholesome nutritional supplements that specifically target the vitamin and mineral requirements of puppies, kittens and older pets.
There is no harm in supplementing a natural diet with added natural minerals as this helps to improve digestion, build immunity, strengthen bones and fulfill specific mineral requirements.
The Vondi’s Vitamin Supplement contains the following essential ingredients:
- Yeast: All B vitamins
- Lecithin: Helps the body absorb fats
- Garlic: A natural antibiotic and flea deterrent
- Kelp: Sea minerals
- Calcium: Bone builder
- Dandelion: Cleans the liver and kidneys
- Vitamin C: Contains just a tiny amount as pets produce a lot of their own
- Calcium ascorbate: Used as we don’t want to irritate the lining of the stomach