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Bonsante Pet Meals Feeding Guidelines

Freshly made Bonsante meals have only the freshest ingredients and are packaged the day of preparation. You can add it to your current kibble or make Bonsante the choice for meal time.

Weight of a cup of food is approximately 0.25 lbs for feeding and ordering this chart will help:

The amounts listed are a general guideline for reference purposes.

Typical Breed Weight as an adult dog Bonsante Fresh Meal Daily
Chihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier, Toy Poodle Up to 10 pounds 1/4 to 1/2 cup
Miniature Poodle, Scottish Terrier 10-25 pounds 1/2 to 1 cup
Cocker Spaniel, Beagle, Springer Spaniel 25-50 pounds 1-2 ½ cups
Collie, Boxer,  Labrador, Golden Retriever 50-75 pounds 2 1/2 - 3 ½ cups
Great Dane, Malamute, St. Bernard, Mastiff Over 75 pounds 2-4 cups


All Bonsante pet meals are made with the finest ingredients with the primary content being protein. There are never any added artificial ingredients and you will easily be able to understand what is in the food. 

We use a base product of ground Turkey or Beef and will add ingredients based on season and nutritional requirements:

Product will last 5-days in the refrigerator once defrosted. Discard any unused food after this time. All bags are marked with the date prepared. Vacuum packed bags can be frozen immediately and thawed when you are ready. If your dog doesn’t finish a meal refrigerate and feed at a later time.

Though the food is 'Not For Human Consumption' it is made with human grade ingredients. 

Serving amounts vary and include age, activity level and health. The amounts listed are per day so cut the amount in half if you are feeding 2-times per day.

Dogs are able to go 8 hours comfortably between meals. Some veterinarians and pet owners will feed only once per day and we always suggest you discuss any changes in your pets diet with your veterinarian.

Note: Never free feed your pet as this may cause obesity and other health problems and never leave fresh food out more than 10-15 minutes before putting back in the refrigerator.

Monitor your pets body weight closely when first starting a new food. If your dog is acting hungrier and losing weight, increase the amount of food fed by 10-20% every 1-2 weeks until ideal body weight is attained. If your pet is gaining weight, decrease the amount of food fed by 10-20% every 1-2 weeks until ideal body weight is attained.