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It’s okay to feed puppies an adult formula, as long as it’s for dogs.



Puppies have unique nutritional needs. A formula meant for adults may not provide the right balance of calories, fat and nutrients. 

Puppies have unique nutritional needs. A formula meant for adults may not provide the right balance of calories, fat and nutrients. 

At six months old, it may be time to switch your puppy to an adult formula.



Puppies generally switch to adult food at 6 – 18 months depending on breed. Ask your vet about your dog’s specific needs.

Puppies generally switch to adult food at 6 – 18 months depending on breed. Ask your vet about your dog’s specific needs.

Puppy food contains less protein and fat than adult formulas.



BLUE puppy formulas contain a greater amount of protein and fat to support the higher energy needs of puppies.

BLUE puppy formulas contain a greater amount of protein and fat to support the higher energy needs of puppies.