We have a Corgi with a fantastic appetite. I know that's not news to Corgi owners, but when we're at the park discussing dog issues, seems to be surprise to other pup parents.
I feed 4oz (1/2 cup; or about 1/3 regular sized can) of wet food and 1/2 cup scoop of dry food each day. Wet food in the morning and dry food in the evening has cut down on his bad breath! He does get a fair amount of treats each day (bully sticks, Greenies, other training treats)
I rotate his dry food about once a month (I purchase a 5-6 lb bag). I've rotated between 3 protein sources-- fish, chicken, venison/bison. I rotate his canned food about every 3 days or so-- I buy a variety of flavors and proteins. My favorite brands: Taste of the Wild (more their canned than dry), Orijen (great kibble), Wellness Core (for both), Merrick (their canned food looks like REAL food!), and Weruvya.
Jagger is super active; very lean with a great coat. Stools are normal. He tolerates any transition of foods without difficulty and I don't have to mix anything when I change his kibble.
He did have super stinky farts. I started giving him 1/2 tablet of probiotics (from Trader Joe's) and it's gone!
He's currently 7 months and 19 lbs. And adorable. And mischievous. ;)
…What do you guys feed your pups? Anyone with pros/cons about frozen or freeze-dried? Anyone make their pup's meals at home, and what recipe/ratios do you all follow? I'd be interested to hear.