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      Pro Plan difference?

      My boy is now 7 months old. He have been on Pro plan puppy ever since I got him. I am planning to switch him into adult food and I want to stay with pro plan. My question is what is the difference between pro plan sport the 30/20 and 26/16? And why the sport over the sensitive stomach one? Thank you.

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      If you have an ACTIVE dog, I would go with the 30/20. If you have a couch potato, I would go with the 26/16. The Sensitive formula is for that, dogs with sensitive stomachs....or....if you want to feed fish at a lower protein/fat ration, because you can get a Salmon Sport 30/20. You can also look at their Chicken/Rice formula with I think more natural line. Honestly either is fine. I have my 7 month old pups on the 30/20.
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      Thank you JenC for the quick rely.

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      I put Hoku on the 26/16 when she was about 12 or so weeks old. She's not exactly a couch potato, but it is definitely the right formula for her.
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