1: 1. Choose high-quality puppy food 2. Avoid large breed formulas 3. Feed smaller, more frequent meals

2: 4. Monitor growth and adjust portions 5. Provide plenty of fresh water 6. Consult with a vet for guidance

3: 7. Avoid table scraps and human food 8. Incorporate treats into training 9. Watch for signs of food allergies

4: 10. Opt for stainless steel or ceramic bowls 11. Keep feeding area clean and organized 12. Gradually transition to adult food

5: 13. Choose a diet with appropriate protein levels 14. Consider breed-specific formulas 15. Be mindful of portion control

6: 16. Avoid free-feeding 17. Supplement with omega-3 fatty acids 18. Monitor weight gain and adjust as needed

7: 19. Watch for signs of obesity or malnutrition 20. Stick to a consistent feeding schedule 21. Consider incorporating fruits and veggies as treats

8: 22. Include sources of essential vitamins and minerals 23. Rotate protein sources for variety 24. Avoid feeding immediately before or after exercise

9: 25. Seek guidance from a professional dog nutritionist 26. Consider home-cooked or raw food diets 27. Experiment with different textures and flavors