Ace doesn't have a lot of meat on him, so i try to keep food in him as often as I can.
This past weekend, we were hunting in mid 20 deg temps early in the morning. That will be his coldest hunt of the year. I fed him about a cup of dry food and a can of wet in the morning ( about 4 a.m.) When we returned from the hunt, I fed him again, about the same amount. That evening around 7 I fed him 2 cups of dry and a can of wet.
Durning normal non hunting season, he eats around 6 cups of dry food. With all the added work and cold I upped it a bit. He is not a big eater, as far as chowing down on his food, he is more like slow and mythotical with it.
Also I fed him around 10 eukanuba cookies throughout the hunt. He is 75lbs of pure muscle, not a bit of fat on him, so I want him to have as much energy as he needs.
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