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Dog / Puppy Food Calculator

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The information contained on this site is in no way intended to replace that of proper veterinary advice, diagnosis or treatment. It is meant to provide resource, so that we can better understand canine health related issues.
Input information about your dog/puppy and the dry dog food:
Your Puppy / Dog's Information

Select age:
4 months and under
4 to 12 months
over 12 months (spayed / neutered)
over 12 months (intact)


Enter Weight:     kg  pounds
Note: This formula is valid only for dogs/puppies weighing between 2 and 45 kg (5 - 99 pounds)

Food Information (from bag)*

Enter the KCal / Cup:  


Enter the KCal / kg:   

Enter bag size:      kg  pounds

Enter the price per bag:   $


Calculated Results:

Approximate Minimum Energy Requirement (a dog at rest, does not allow for growth as in a puppy):

Resting Energy Requirements (RER):

                       KCal / Day,

which is            Cups / Day**

at a cost of:  $ / Day
At normal activity level / growth rate, your dog / puppy requires approximately:

Maintenance Energy Requirements (MER):

                       KCal / Day,

which is            Cups / Day**

at a cost of:  $ / Day

and the bag contains approximately days of food.
Additional Information:
The cost of this food is: $ / Cup

* Information about the KCal/Cup and KCal/kg is typically found on bags of dry dog/puppy food. Another place to find this information is the manufacturer's website.

** These numbers, particularly the MER, should be consistent with the feeding chart the dog food manufacturer provides.  Amount of food required should be adjusted for other caloric intake such as treats.



For additional information please see: How Much to Feed a Dog to Meet His Energy Needs.

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Dog / Puppy Food Calculator

with Cost Calculator

Input information about your dog/puppy and the dry dog food:
Your Puppy / Dog's Information

Select age:
4 months and under
4 to 12 months
over 12 months (spayed / neutered)
over 12 months (intact)


Enter Weight:     kg  pounds
Note: This formula is valid only for dogs/puppies weighing between 2 and 45 kg (5 - 99 pounds)

Food Information (from bag)*

Enter the KCal / Cup:  


Enter the KCal / kg:   

Enter bag size:      kg  pounds

Enter the price per bag:   $


Calculated Results:

Approximate Minimum Energy Requirement (a dog at rest, does not allow for growth as in a puppy):

Resting Energy Requirements (RER):

                       KCal / Day,

which is            Cups / Day**

at a cost of:  $ / Day
At normal activity level / growth rate, your dog / puppy requires approximately:

Maintenance Energy Requirements (MER):

                       KCal / Day,

which is            Cups / Day**

at a cost of:  $ / Day

and the bag contains approximately days of food.
Additional Information:
The cost of this food is: $ / Cup

* Information about the KCal/Cup and KCal/kg is typically found on bags of dry dog/puppy food. Another place to find this information is the manufacturer's website.

** These numbers, particularly the MER, should be consistent with the feeding chart the dog food manufacturer provides.  Amount of food required should be adjusted for other caloric intake such as treats.



For additional information please see: How Much to Feed a Dog to Meet His Energy Needs.

Note: Javascript must be enabled for this page to work.
The information contained on this site is in no way intended to replace that of proper veterinary advice, diagnosis or treatment. It is meant to provide resource, so that we can better understand canine health related issues.