Holistic Select Chicken Recipe for Adult Dogs 30lb - Bark 'n Purr

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Several different forms of Benadryl are safe to give to a dog, however the most commonly used form of this medicine (and the one most people will be familiar with) contains diphenhydramine.

It’s important to avoid using liquid mixtures that contain ingredients unsuitable for dogs. As an example, xylitol is a common additive that can become toxic to dogs in large amounts. The children’s Benadryl liquid mixture is free from both alcohol and xylitol.

Below are some of the dog-safe active ingredients you can find in Benadryl products. Be sure to stick to formulations containing these ingredients (remember, the active ingredients will be displayed clearly on the packaging).



Diphenhydramine is most commonly used for treating allergies, anxiety, and motion sickness. Though it has not yet been approved by the FDA for use in animals, it is very commonly used in veterinary practice, and is often safe for treating dogs at the 1 mg/lb dosage recommended earlier.



Cetirizine is sometimes prescribed by vets for the treatment of itching. Cetirizine doesn’t cross the blood-brain barrier in large amounts, meaning there are generally fewer side effects.



In studies, pholcodine was given to 12 dogs at doses of up to 150 mg/kg without fatality. However, amounts of 300 mg/kg caused death in one of the two dogs who received it. At the very low doses recommended for use in dogs, it is likely to be safe.


30 lb. Dogs:
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Feeding Instructions:
Puppy Weight (lb.): Age 6 to 12 Weeks - 3 to 4 months - 5 to 7 months - 8 to 12 months - Adult
5: 1-1/4 cups - 1 cups - 1 cups - 3/4 cups - 1/2 cups
10: 2-1/4 cups - 1-3/4 cups - 1-1/2 cups - 1-1/4 cups - 1 cups
20: 3 1/2 cups - 3 cups - 2-1/2 cups - 2 cups - 1-3/4 cups
30: 5 cups - 4-1/4 cups - 3-1/2 cups - 2-3/4 cups - 2-1/4 cups
40: 6 cups - 5-1/4 cups - 4-1/4 cups - 3-1/2 cups - 2-3/4 cups
60: N/A - N/A - 7 cups - 6 cups - 4-3/4 cups - 3-3/4 cups
80: N/A - N/A - N/A - N/A - 7-1/4 cups - 5-3/4 cups - 4-1/2 cups
100: N/A - N/A - N/A - N/A - 8-3/4 cups+ - 7 cups+ - 5-1/2 cups+ For pregnant or nursing adult dogs, we recommend free-choice feeding.
Remember to keep fresh water available to your pet at all times.
Changing your pet's diet to a new food should be a gradual process. Start by adding a small amount of your pet's new food to their current food, gradually increasing the new food amount and decreasing the current food amount at each feeding. Continue this method for approximately one week.
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The chart below is a general guideline for your dog's calorie requirements. Dogs, on average, need about 30 calories per pound of body weight per day to maintain their current weight. Small active dogs, weighing less than 20 lbs. can use up to 40 calories per pound per day. Large dogs, over 50 lbs., can use as little as 20 calories per pound per day. is a corded (think dreadlocks) Hungarian breed that ranges from 20-30 lbs. The unique look of the Pulik (plural of Puli) serves a purpose – the cords are water resistant. They do need a great deal of maintenance to keep them looking in their best shape. Pulik are extremely active dogs that have a natural affinity for herding. Because they are used to protecting a flock, they will defend anything they see as theirs with a vengeance. They need careful training or they will believe they control the household. is a multifaceted, medium sized (30-40 lbs) dog from Ireland. The breed has been used for herding, guarding and hunting a variety of vermin from farmlands. Kerry Blues are born black and fade to their blue (which is actually a grey color) until they are about 2 years of age. They have wavy coats that lack an undercoat. They do not shed but do need regular clipping or their hair will grow too long. Kerry Blues have a reputation of dog aggression that has been worked on by breeders throughout the years. This stems from their prey drive as hunting dogs. With their owners (children included) this breed has been known to be a loving companion. They are swift and smart and excel in all dog sports. Early socialization is needed with a Kerry Blue puppy in order to get them used to other dogs. They are not a breed for first time owners. Feeding Instructions:
Adult dogs with normal activity may be fed the recommended amount in two meals daily.
Puppy Weight (lb.): 6-12 weeks - 3-4 months - 5-7 months - 8-12 months - Adult Dogs
5: 1-1/4 cups - 1-1/4 cups - 1 cup - 3/4 cup - 1/2 cup
10: 2-1/2 cups - 2 cups - 1-1/2 cups - 1-1/4 cups - 1 cup
20: 3-3/4 cups - 3-1/4 cups - 2-3/4 cups - 2-1/4 cups - 1-3/4 cups
30: 5-1/4 cups - 4-1/2 cups - 3-3/4 cups - 3 cups - 2-1/4 cups
40: 6-1/2 cups - 5-1/2 cups - 4-1/2 cups - 3-3/4 cups - 2-3/4
80: N/A - N/A - 7-3/4 cups - 6-1/4 cups - 4-3/4 cups - N/A
100+: N/A - N/A - 9 cups - 7-1/4 cups - 5-3/4+ cups - N/A
For pregnant or nursing adult dogs, we recommend free-choice feeding.
Remember to keep fresh water available to your pet at all times.
Changing your pet's diet to a new food should be a gradual process. Start by adding a small amount of your pet's new food to their current food, gradually increasing the new food amount and decreasing the current food amount at each feeding. Continue this method for approximately one week.
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