Feeding Chart

Canine Dry Feeding Chart

Recommended Daily Feeding Amounts

Feed Nature’s Logic® either dry or moistened with water. Use below recommendations and adjust to maintain your dog’s optimal body weight. As with any new food, introduce Nature’s Logic® gradually, over a 7-10 day period, to ease your pet’s transitions to the new diet. Water: Provide your dog with fresh water in a clean bowl daily.

Weight of Dog

Puppy

Adult-Normal Activity

Adult-Very Active Adult-Pregnant Adult-Nursing

3-12 lbs.

2/3 – 2 cups

1/3 – 3/4 cup

1/2 – 1 1/2 cup

13-20 lbs.

1 1/2 – 2 3/4 cups

3/4 – 1 cup

1 1/2 – 2 cups

21-50 lbs.

2 3/4 – 4 3/4 cups

1 – 2 cups

2 – 3 2/3 cups

51-90 lbs.

4 3/4 – 7 cups

2 – 3 cups

3 3/4 – 5 ½

90+ lbs.

N/A

3 cups – add 1/4 cup*

5 1/2 – add 1/4 cup*

*Add an additional 1/4 cup for each 10 pounds of body weight over 90 lbs.

Canine Canned Feeding Chart

Recommended Daily Feeding Amounts

Amount of food to feed depends upon the dog’s weight, activity level, age, environment, and breed.  Feed at room temperature and refrigerate unused portion. Always provide access to clean, fresh water. Adult: Feed ¾ to 1 can per 15 lbs. of body weight per day. Puppy: Feed up to twice the adult amount to puppies. Gestation & Lactation: Feed up to three times the normal adult amount.

Canine Raw Frozen Feeding Chart

Recommended Daily Feeding Amounts

Adult Dog’s Weight in Pounds Number of 3.2 oz. Patties Number of 8 oz. Patties
5 – 10 lbs. 1 1/2 – 2 1/2 – 3/4
11 – 25 lbs. 2 – 3 1/2 3/4 – 1 1/2
26-50 lbs. 3 1/2 – 5 1/2 1 1/2- 2
51 – 80 lbs. 6 – 8 2 – 3
81 – 120 lbs. 8 – 10 3 – 4

Canine Feeding Guidelines:

Portions above are recommendations for an average adult dog. Amount of food depends upon the dog’s weight, activity level, age, environment, and breed. Puppy: Feed 1 ½ to 2 times the average adult amount. Gestation: Feed up to 1 ½ times the average adult amount. Lactation: Feed 2 to 3 times the average adult amount. Always provide access to clean, fresh water.

Feline Feeding Guidelines:

A typical eight-pound cat should get ¼ to ¾ pieces per day. Increase for larger and more active cats; decrease for smaller and less active cats. Lactating females and kittens need 2 to 3 times the adult requirements.

Handling Guidelines for Safe Use
Some raw food products may contain bacteria that could cause illness to you or the animals you are feeding if mishandled. For your protection, follow these instructions for safest use.

  1. Keep frozen until ready to use.
  2. Thaw in refrigerator.
  3. Keep raw meat and poultry separate from other foods.
  4. Wash working surfaces, utensils (including cutting boards, preparation and feeding bowls), hands, and any other items that touch or contact raw meat or poultry.
  5. Refrigerate leftovers immediately or discard.

Feline Dry Feeding Chart

Recommended Daily Feeding Amounts

Feed Nature’s Logic® either dry or moistened with water. Use below recommendations and adjust to maintain your cat’s optimal body weight. As with any new food, introduce Nature’s Logic® gradually, over a 7-10 day period, to ease your pet’s transitions to the new diet. Water: Provide your cat with fresh water in a clean bowl daily.

Weight of Cat

Kitten

Adult-Normal Activity

Adult-Very Active Adult-Pregnant Adult-Nursing

1-2 lbs.

1/3 – 1/2 cup

N/A

N/A

3-5 lbs.

1/2 – 3/4 cup

1/3 – 1/2 cup

1/2 – 2/3 cup

6-10 lbs.

3/4 – 1 cup

1/2 – 2/3 cup

2/3 – 1 cup

11-15 lbs.

N/A

2/3 – 1 cup

1 – 1 1/4 cups

16-20 lbs.

N/A

1 – 1 1/4 cups

1 1/4 – 1 1/2 cups

Feline Canned Feeding Chart

Recommended Daily Feeding Amounts

Feed according to the age, size, and activity of your cat. Feed at room temperature and refrigerate unused portion. Your cat should always have access to clean, fresh water. Adult: Feed about ¾ a can per 6-8 lbs. of body weight per day.  Kitten: Feed up to twice the adult amount. Gestation & Lactation: Feed up to three times the normal adult amount.

These feeding guidelines are suggestions only; ideal feeding amounts may vary by breed, age, activity level, temperature, genetics and other factors. Small dogs often require more food during the winter than during the summer.

Remember to consider treats and other foods your dog or cat may eat when using these guidelines.

Please keep your dogs and cats lean. Lean dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives.

For normal weight pets

If you’re not sure how much to feed, choose a low activity level and feed the suggested amount. If your dog or cat loses weight on that amount, increase the amount fed.

For overweight pets

Choose the lowest activity level for your dog’s proper weight. Do not let your pet lose more than 1% of her body weight per week. Increase food when your pet is at her proper weight.

Dogs that work

–agility, hunting, herding, obedience — often require more food.