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Finding the Right Bully Max® Dog Food for Your Dog’s Health NeedsUpdated 6 hours ago

Finding the Right Bully Max® Dog Food for Your Dog’s Health Condition

Choosing the right dog food is crucial for maintaining your dog's health, especially if they have specific health conditions. Bully Max® offers a range of high-quality dog foods that cater to different dietary needs. Whether your dog is overweight, underweight, or has chicken allergies, there’s a Bully Max® product that can help. Let’s explore the best options for these conditions.


Overweight Dogs

Bully Max 25/11 High Protein 45% Less Fat Dog Food

Managing the weight of an overweight dog requires a balanced diet with controlled calories and high-quality ingredients. Bully Max High Protein/45% Less Fat Dog Food is an excellent choice for dogs needing to shed some pounds.

  • 415 CALORIES PER CUP: 25% Protein, 11% Fat.
  • The perfect choice to keep your dog lean while adding muscle.
  • Real lamb meal is the #1 ingredient.
  • 99.3% of customers reported improved digestion and higher energy levels.

Underweight Dogs

Bully Max 30/20 High Protein Dog Food

A calorie-dense and nutrient-rich diet is essential for dogs that need to gain weight and muscle mass. Bully Max 30/20 High Protein & Fat Dog Food is specifically formulated to help underweight dogs reach their ideal weight.

  • 535 CALORIES PER CUP: 30% Protein, 20% Fat.
  • Adds healthy weight & muscle to your dog.
  • 99.3% of customers reported improved digestion and higher energy levels.
  • 5/5 star rating on DogFoodAdvisor.com

Dogs lacking muscle mass & slow growing dogs

Bully Max also offers a variety of supplements to help add bulk and muscle to your dog, including:


Chicken Allergies/Intolerance

For dogs that may have an allergy or intolerance to chicken, we offer our 25/11 High Protein / 45% Less Fat Dog Food with lamb meal as the first ingredient and no chicken in the recipe.


Picky Eaters

Bully Max has a variety of freeze-dried Raw Dog Food Toppers and Premium Dog Treats with beef or chicken to add a burst of flavor and protein to your dog’s meal. Just add to your dog’s food and even the pickiest eaters will come running.


Sensitive or Missing Teeth

Our 26/12 High Protein Wet Adult Food, 26/12 High Protein Wet Puppy Food, and Instant Fresh Dog Food offer nutrient-rich wet food in a dehydrated form. Simply add water and stir for a delicious, high-protein wet food your dog will love without having to crunch up any kibble.


Athletic Dogs & Hard Gainers (Very High Activity Level)

Bully Max Pro Series High Calorie Dog Food

Athletic dogs with very high activity levels, such as those involved in sports, require a high-calorie diet to maintain their energy and muscle mass. Bully Max Pro Series offers the highest calorie content to meet these needs.

  • 600 CALORIES PER CUP.
  • 31% Protein, 25% Fat.
  • Optimized for dogs with high energy and activity levels.
  • Supports muscle growth and recovery.

Working Breeds (Medium to High Activity Level)

Bully Max 30/20 High Protein & Fat Dog Food

Working breeds that engage in medium to high activity levels need a diet that supports their energy and endurance. Bully Max 30/20 High Protein & Fat Dog Food is ideal for these breeds.

  • 535 CALORIES PER CUP: 30% Protein, 20% Fat.
  • Provides sustained energy and supports muscle maintenance.
  • 99.3% of customers reported improved digestion and higher energy levels.

In addition, consider supplementing their diet with Bully Max Power Tabs to enhance their performance and muscle development further.


Bully Max® dog foods offer specialized formulas for dogs with different health conditions. Whether your dog needs to lose weight, gain weight, avoid chicken due to allergies, or maintain high energy levels, Bully Max has a product designed to meet those needs. By selecting the right Bully Max food, you can ensure your dog maintains optimal health and enjoys a nutritious, balanced diet. Always consult with your veterinarian to determine the best dietary plan for your dog’s specific health conditions.

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