I'm looking into switching Finnigan's food but I was unsure whether I should still be looking for a puppy food or an adult dog food. I talk to a couple different Cardi breeders besides the one we got Finnigan from and one in particular highly recommends not feeding your dog puppy food past the age of 6 months. Here is what she states:
"I do not advocate feeding Cardigans puppy food only beyond the age of four months. From 4-6 months, they should be fed a mix of puppy and adult kibble. After six months, they should be on an adult-only food. Despite their short stature, Cardigans have large and fast-growing bones, and the high protein found in puppy food, when fed for too long, may cause them to grow too fast and develop growth-plate problems. Calcium supplements in pill or powder form are also not recommended for the same reason. Calcium supplementation should come only from yogurt and cottage cheese–and with fat, not non-fat."
I've heard this from a couple Corgi breeders but of course people who are unfamiliar with Corgis would say to feed the dog puppy food until 1 year of age. I'm curious what everyone else has done with their Corgi and if anyone else has an opinion on this topic.