By James HattonPublished April 14, 2018 9:42amA recent study by the US Department of Agriculture shows that a small amount of dog food is the best way to feed the most important dog companion in the world: Pitbull.

The USDA released the study earlier this year, showing that a little more than 1.4g of Pitbull (a.k.a. the Pit Bull’s equivalent of human chow) is a safe dose of food for dogs, and that a 2g portion of Pit Bulls food is equivalent to three slices of bread.

“Dogs love the pit bull,” said David J. Tovar, the study’s lead author and a dog nutritionist with the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service.

“They will get a little bit of the protein and minerals from the dog food, but most importantly, they will get some of the fat and the protein.”

The study showed that dogs will eat the same amount of food as a human, even if their body weight is only a few pounds lower.

“It’s like eating a slice of bread for two,” Tovas said.

The difference between dogs and humans is the difference in calories and the amount of protein and fat in the food.

The findings have implications for the future of dog nutrition.

The USDA has been encouraging dog owners to increase the amount and variety of dog foods available to their dogs.

But the study also indicates that it’s important to make sure that your dog is getting enough protein and fiber from the food, and to make certain that the food contains a balanced mix of omega-3s and omega-6s.

“You can get more of both [in a dog food], but that’s the challenge of having a dog,” said Dr. Michael O. Dorn, a veterinary nutritionist at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.

“You’re not going to get enough of one.”

To help determine which dog foods your dog should be getting, the USDA has created a new guide for pet owners.

You can read the guide below, and then choose which foods you want to keep.

You can also find a list of dog-friendly recipes here.

For dog owners who are interested in how they can use the information in the guide, there is a free online tool to find out if the dog foods they want are available in your area.