Puppy Booster

Transitioning to Tom&Sawyer with Puppy Booster

IMPORTANT NOTE: Use only as directed during puppy growth stage as a mix-in to balance our Tom&Sawyer Pet Meals. DO NOT USE as a puppy supplement for other pet foods. Consult your veterinarian regarding your dog’s growth stage to determine when Puppy Booster is no longer needed. 

Puppies will need more calories during growth and our feeding guide can assist you in knowing how much to feed your pet. Smaller breeds will generally reach their adult weight sooner than larger breeds, something to keep in mind when calculating feeding amounts. It is always best to check in with your vet, as they will be able to help you determine what life stage your pet is at.

What Stage Do I Wean My Dog Off The Booster?

Small Dogs: Approx. 8 – 10 months

Medium Dogs: Approx. 10 – 14 months

Large Dogs: Approx. 12 – 18 months

***Not for GIANT BREEDS unless under veterinary supervision.

How to transition into the Puppy Booster:

Use the below transition guides and include the Puppy Booster at the same percentage (i.e. 1/8 teaspoon for Days 1-3, 1/4 teaspoon for Days 4-6, and so on). This allows their digestive system to adjust to the Puppy Booster. Modify as necessary based on observation.

Days 1 to 3 Mix in 25% Tom&Sawyer meals with your pet’s old food
Days 4 to 6 Mix 50/50 of Tom&Sawyer meals and their old food
Days 7 to 9 Mix 75% Tom&Sawyer meals and their old food
Day 10 Feed 100% Tom&Sawyer meals

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 1 Teaspoon 
Amount Per Serving: Calcium 1,144 mg, Phosphorus 960 mg, Sodium 576 mg.
Directions: Mix 1 tsp into every 454 g (2 cups) of Tom&Sawyer dog meals to provide additional minerals needed for growth. Rely on feeding guide below to determine the amount to feed per day.
Ingredients: DiCalcium Phosphate, Fine Sea Salt

Feeding Guide For Dogs – Check the “Is A Puppy” box

Helpful Blogs:

Dietary Requirements At Every Life Stage

Tom&Sawyer Pet Meal Guide

As Fed Vs. Dry Matter

Are Grains Healthy For My Dog

 

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