It is difficult to provide a general reply to this question. The required amount depends on the dog, breed and level of activity of your dog, among other things. People often forget that exercise is essential for their dog’s general development and health. The best method is still to feed your dog by sight and adjust the amount as needed (and consult the feed table on the packaging). Spread this amount out over several meals a day.
A dog that is required to perform needs more food than a pet. Young, growing dogs and pregnant females need more food than usual, to be spread out over several meals a day. A small breed dog needs more food per kg of body weight than a large breed dog.
Because we only put pure meat into Cavom and no synthetic colour, aroma or flavours, all dogs love it. Do not over-feed your dog, but give him enough to still keep an appetite.
Always provide fresh drinking water. Not too cold!
If you switch to Cavom, do it gradually, over a period of about 4 days.
Cavom is a complete food for your dog.
I feed my two Stabijhoun males (9½ and 6 years), both now over seven years to full satisfaction Cavom. For my oldest stabijreu now (9½ years), I have searched the right food for a long time. He got expanded chunks (inherited from the breeder) but they gave im the itch. In addition I did not like the expanded lump chunks. The pressed pellet from one brand was too heavy on the stomach and on the other end he suddenly did not want to eat anymore. Since I started feeding with Cavom, now more than seven years ago, I have a dog who eats it's foodtray daily with lot's of taste. He always has solid stool and a shiny coat.
I did not think long on what I would feed my new puppy / young dog, Cavom puppy / junior in the beginning and later Cavom complete.
In three months, I hope to welcome a third Stabijpup, which I want to put on Cavom too.