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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-16-2017, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
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All life stages food.

We are getting our puppy in march, I have a senior dog (10 years) and was hoping to use an all life stage food. That way I can feed them the same food and not stress about separation so much during feeding time.

I've been looking looking at whole earth farms all life stage dog food. Would this be appropriate to feed both my new puppy and my 10 year old? I want them both to receive good nutrition so if it's not ideal I'll work something else out.
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Up to 12 months puppies have different nutritional needs. Seniors also have different needs. So really they probably won't ever be on the same thing. The Senior should stay on Senior - and the pup will go from puppy food to adult food IMHO.
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