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by Kate Tarrant
(uk southampton)

Hi I have a 2 yr old jack russell terrier who is very fit and exercised everyday hes not over weight im always on ball so to speak on wat he eats but im not totally sure the correct amount thats best for him he is everything to me and want best for my buddy

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Jan 04, 2015
Feeding your Jack
by: James

It sounds like you are doing everything right for your best bud.
As long as your Jack is well proportioned (no hanging belly), you can feel his ribs through a little bit of fat and his weight remains stable then I wouldn't worry.
If he does a bit of exercise, I would split the amount of food he gets into two portions and give the bigger portion about an hour after he has exercised. The bag of food often will give portion size based on your dogs height/weight. We love to top our Jack's food with a little cottage cheese, canned pumpkin (good for digestion) or yogurt just to add a little more excitement.

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