Feeding Your Puppy

Feeding your DragonRam Labradoodle puppy

We recommend continuing to feed your Australian Labradoodle puppy with  Acana Puppy & Junior Food. The following table gives you an indication of how much to feed, based on age and weight. The amount shown is the total amount to be fed in one day, so split it into three servings for three meals a day. Your puppy is most likely to fall into the section of the table highlighted in blue. Note that as puppies get older, their rate of growth slows so they do not need to eat as much (proportionate to their body eight).

By 6–8 months of age you can start transitioning your Labradoodle puppy to Acana adult dog food, which is available in a variety of flavours and formulations. If you are still feeding puppy food after 6 months of age, decrease the amount being fed to about > of what they were getting beforehand, and begin to feed only twice a day.

We also recommend adding a tablespoon of Tripett to the kibble every time you feed your Australian Labradoodle puppy. The Tripett contains essential fatty acids (Omega-3 and -6) that helps to ensure a healthy coat and skin.

6-12 weeks 12-16 weeks 16-26 weeks
1-3kg 115g – 175g
5/8c – 1 1/3c
100g – 145g
>c – 1c
85g – 145g
2/3c – 1c
3-5kg 175g – 290g
1 1/3c – 2 1/8c
145g – 260g
1c – 2c
145g – 200g
1c – 1 =c
5-10kg 290g – 435g
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260g – 400g
2c – 3c
200g – 350g
1=c – 2 2/3c
10-15kg 435g – 580g
400g – 520g
3c – 3 5/8c
350g – 465g
2 2/3c – 3 =c
15 – 25 kg 580g – 750g
520g – 665g
3 5/8c – 5c
454g – 610g
3=c – 4=c

*1 cup of kibble weighs 135g