While your American Bulldog is a puppy, you should feed him twice as much as an adult (until he's 4 months old). Keep in mind that puppies under 4 months should eat four times a day, in general three cups of food, puppies between 4 and 6 months - three times a day and a total of two cups of food.
How many times a day should I feed my Bulldog puppy?
Until your Bulldog puppy reaches three months of age he should be fed four times a day. From three to six months, you can reduce it to three times a day. At six to 12 months old, you can feed him twice a day. After he's a year old you can feed him once or twice daily.
When should I feed my American Bulldog puppy?
Feed him a good quality puppy food until 6 months old, when he can be transitioned to adult food. Monitor your dog's weight carefully to avoid over-feeding, especially this breed that can be prone to weight problems. Add water to soften kibble and mix a little puppy can food in there.
What should I feed my American Bulldog puppy?
Why raw food is the best diet for my American Bulldog A dogs stomach is not anatomically designed to digest and ferment carbohydrates (the main ingredient in kibble). Even grain-free kibble often contains high levels of starchy carbs, including legumes, peas & lentils.
How many cups of food should a Bulldog eat?
To sum it up, about 3 to 4 cups of quality kibble per day, split into two meals, is a great starting point for feeding Bulldogs. Amount fed may go up or down based on your dog's size, weight, age and overall daily activity.