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As far as the switching slowly, if she hasn't had any issues before, you may not have any issues now. One thing to keep in mind, is that this is a much better quality food, so in a sense it's "richer" so a little diarrhea or soft stool may occur. Just keep an eye on for how long it goes on.
As far as the amount you are giving her. The bag amounts are just a guide. the best way is to just pay attention to how she looks, acts, etc. I had a 135lb Rottie who was eating 3 cups daily, and he maintained that weight for years. If his exercise increased, we adjusted his food. Remember, it's much easier for a dog to put on weight, than it is to take it off. (I guess that's not just a dog thing" :wink:) Our Corgi is on the heavy side 28lbs, and he is getting 1 cup daily of Cal Nat.
 
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