average adult dog needs about 2% of their body weight in raw food / day. puppies get more.
so for a 50 pound dog 1 pound is about right. more active dogs get more (my aussies both get about 2lbs to hold their weight- 1 weighs 50 pounds the other is 35)[/QUOT
Then their eating about 2 pounds a day is spot on. Thanks.
You might notice only one or two of these symptoms in your Poodle and not all of them. They don't need to have all the symptom for them to be reactive to Gluten.Yes, dogs can have an Gluten Intolerance.... The symptoms in dogs are very much like people. Symptoms include vomiting, diarrhea, skin lesions, weakness and fatigue and a bloated stomach. Watch how a dog behaves after it eats. Is it sluggish? Bloated? Sometime constipation like IBS... It may have a gluten intolerance. The diarrhea is foul smelling, and/or the stool can be pale in color...... It is essentially an intolerance to gluten (found in wheat, rye, barley and oats, (and sometimes corn) .....