For Giant-Breed Puppies, Less — Not More — Calcium

Feeding is different for dogs whose adult weight will be at least 50 to 70 pounds.

It would appear to make sense that a dog such as a Great Dane or Saint Bernard, or even a Labrador retriever, needs a more calcium-dense diet as a puppy than a dog whose adult size will be smaller. After all, the logic goes, more calcium per calorie is needed to build the bones involved […]
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