Q. I have a 2 month old american pitbull and I don't know what to feed him and I also got a 2 year old hevaneese and I don't want to buy to diffrent food
A. Until your pitbull is fully grown, around 12 months, it is important that he has a puppy diet as it has the added nutrients necessary for healthy growth of bones, muscles etc and is higher in fat too. You do not want these added nutrients in an adult food as they can cause problems including obesity especially in your small breed dog. This means that unfortunately until your puppy has reached adulthood they will need different foods. When they are both adults they can have the same food although ideally they should be on a large breed and small breed diet respectively as they have different needs. Larger dogs tend to suffer from joint problems so the large breed diets will have supplements in them to help with this.