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    Hi please help what should I feed my 10 month staff x mastiff
    I was thinking about Blackhawk but should I just feed her that
    Cheers

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    The most important thing is that your pup gets the calcium and other vital nutrients that pups require. Good quality dry food(puppy formula) will do that ... if you want to go raw or any other option i suggest you talk to your vet about how to complete your pups dietary requirements

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    Blackhawk works for my guys, along with a few chicken necks and some scottys dog roll. Both are a good weight. My Bullmastiff was eating it at 10 months old.

    Try a small bag first and if your dog does ok on it (check for sloppy poo) and your happy with it then buying the bigger bags works out a bit cheaper.

    Sometimes alot of trial and error is need to find the right food for your dog but Blackhawk IMO...is a good place to start. Theres so many difrent types of foods and kibbles out there it's mindboggling. So good luck

    Just avoid the cheap stuff...its mostly grains and wont give your dog the right stuff it need to grow well....and avoid tinned dog food no matter what.


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    No worries thanks Sean I was thinking just the Blackhawk and add a few chicken necks a night feed
    Cheers

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    'cindistaf' and to the forum !

    I used to feed Riley on BlackHawk - with no problems, but as he is now a lonely only - I have switched to VIP Natures Goodness:

    Natures Goodness Grainfree+ - V.I.P. Petfoods.

    It works out ~ $4.00/kg, comes in smaller packs - so stays fresher longer. He also gets variety via - sardines, tuna, mullet, salmon, chicken, beef mince and mixed vegetables - not all at the one time - but over the course of a couple of weeks.

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