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c.vonM on Wellness Core Dog Food (Dry) Over the past several daysI have transitioned my 4 mo. old miniature poodle to wellness core puppy from royal canin. She is now drinking tons of water, much more than she had been. Is that normal? It is interfering with her almost house-trained status since she now needs to urinate very frequently.March 10, 2014 11:58 pm
Traci J. on Acana Dog Food (Dry) which formula did you choose?March 10, 2014 11:39 pm
Sharon Belk on Consumer Reports Calls Walmart’s Ol’ Roy the “Best Deal”… Oh, Really? All these people are full of it.. I have 4 Pitts ages 9,10,11, & mama is 12. My mom has a Pitt, a Lab, a Chihuahua, & a Papillon of all different ages and every one of them have eat Ol' Roy their life and yeah they get little extras here and there. As well as Ol' Roy treats. And like Ann said they aren't just ok they are great. Mine just went for their routine check ups and everyone was in "GREAT shape" my vet says. He has cared for them their whole life as well. The one thing that we…March 10, 2014 11:29 pm
Ricardo Elizondo on Diamond Naturals (Dry) Extreme Athlete is recommended for my 2 years old Golden Retriever pregnant? is her first pregnant.March 10, 2014 10:04 pm
MommaB on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) I just finished switching my Australian cattle dog over from Iams sensitive to the Wellness complete Senior. At first she would eat the Wellness before the Iams and now that we have completely switched I find she is leaving it in her bowl longer. I am not sure if she likes it anymore. Or could it possible that the Wellness fills her up more. Any ideas?
March 10, 2014 9:13 pm
Betsy Greer on Hill’s Prescription Diet Z/D Canine (Dry) Thanks for sharing, Joanne. I kept thinking, 29oMarch 10, 2014 8:26 pm
LabsRawesome on Suggested Low Fat Dog Foods Hi Cali's mom, yes I have heard of freeze dried raw foods. Of course that would be a better choice than kibble. Unfortunately with 3 dogs and 3 cats, I have to stay on budget. I cannot afford to feed FDR. But if it is within your budget, I'd say it's a great choice. :)March 10, 2014 8:17 pm
Cali's mom on Suggested Low Fat Dog Foods thanks, I didn't know that. A friend of mine just lost their 8yr. shnauzer from pancreatitis & from what she has described, it was horrible pain for the dog. I can't even begin to imagine how I would be or even how Cali would be. She's a real 'momma's girl' & everytime I think of Blue Buffalo doing this to her, I wish there was someway I could sue them or run them out of business for what their foods have done to so many dogs. Cali was on such a limited diet of BB & yet when my…March 10, 2014 7:42 pm
jweejwee on Hill’s Prescription Diet Z/D Canine (Dry) All,
Sorry this is so lengthy, but I just want to share some things that may help others care for their "best friend"…..Keep in mind, this is strictly based on our personal experience…..
3 yrs ago, after 4 years of working with Vets finding the source of our Golden-doodles' GI problems; uncontrolled explosive diarrhea, excessive gas, bloating, projectile regurgitation and spitting up water; we tried Z/D Ultra diet and medications. His symptoms flared up only intermittently....for a while…March 10, 2014 7:41 pm
Allyssa Brown on Kirkland Dog Food (Dry) My 2yr old Great Dane/lab mix has horrible allergies. He was eating a dry food that the vet recommended but it was $35 for an 11lb bag. For a growing boy it was so expensive. Someone recommended Kirkland to me so I took a chance and switched him to the dry beef. Not only does he love it but we haven't had any allergy problems. He gets staph infections from allergies so it's kind of a big deal. I'm really happy about the cost too. Worth the costco membership. March 10, 2014 7:33 pm
Melissaandcrew on Nature’s Variety Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet (Dry) Hi Madison-My bulldog ate the rabbit as a pup and did wonderfully.March 10, 2014 7:19 pm
Melissaandcrew on Hi-Tek Naturals Grain Free (Dry) I don't think it is however. When it first came to my area and I tried it, the bags clearly stated "all lifestage". Several months ago, they came out with new packaging, and lo and behold, the name changed and its now adult maintenance for the chicken/rice. I called and the rep tried to convince me that it had always been maintenance only, lol.March 10, 2014 7:18 pm
Melissaandcrew on Suggested Low Fat Dog Foods There is corn in ID diet : )March 10, 2014 7:15 pm
Cali's mom on Suggested Low Fat Dog Foods I wonder if brown rice would be better than white. The vet put Cali on Prescription ID dog food & she absolutely loves it. I've actually started putting frozen sweet peas in it just as a filler because she would eat 3-4xs a day if I let her. I want to get off this ID food, but am stumped as to what I should change to. She's also alergeic to chicken, wheat, corn, gluten & beef so my choices are limited, BUT I am determined NOT TO let her get pancreatitis again if there is anything I…March 10, 2014 6:54 pm
Cali's mom on Suggested Low Fat Dog Foods Have you heard about feeding dogs the freeze-dried raw foods? I've recently been reading on it & there are 2 stores in my area that carry raw foods. Apparently victordogfood is not in my area.March 10, 2014 6:48 pm
JaketheMutt on Off Topic Discussions For anyone interested,there are free samples of Rachael Ray's Nutrish Zero Grain dog food on her site. http://nutrish.rachaelray.com/switchtoMarch 10, 2014 6:38 pm
MitzMom on 4Health Dog Food (Dry) I feed my dogs the 4Health Turkey and Potato grain free dry. I split a can of 4Health Chicken and Veggies between them daily. My Belgian Shepherd formerly had skin sensitivity with intense itching and hair loss. This seems to be the magic food that solves the allergy problem and both dogs love it. There has been no dietary related problems, coats are nice and shiny," thumbs up" during check up at the vet, and the cost is very reasonable:)March 10, 2014 5:57 pm
Madison on Nature’s Variety Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet (Dry) Thank you so much for the advice. I will probably choose one of the proteins you mentioned. It will be much easier having my puppy and adult dog on the same food! Thanks again :) March 10, 2014 2:52 pm
theBCnut on Nature’s Variety Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet (Dry) Their LID Turkey formula has low enough calcium for the special calcium requirements that large breed puppies have. The other LIDs don't. Their regular Rabbit also has low enough calcium for LBPs. I use their foods for my Border Collies, even as puppies. They are one of my favorite brands. I only feed ALS foods, even to my 12 year old dog.March 10, 2014 2:49 pm
Crazy4cats on Kirkland Dog Food (Dry) You're welcome. After reading back through this, you might want to start with a 3 star food to make a more gradual transition. It might be tough, as I know I'd rather eat the bowl of froot loops than the bowl of bran flakes! lol! I really recommend adding some canned food or even some healthy left overs such as lean meats or vegetables to make the food more interesting. Good luck.March 10, 2014 2:36 pm
Madison on Nature’s Variety Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet (Dry) Has anyone fed this dog food to their puppy? I think it's a great food for my adult westie but I'm unsure if it is for our new puppy. I've read conflicting articles about too much calcium. What's your opinion on this food for puppies and all stages of life? Thanks ! March 10, 2014 2:30 pm
Ms DLCH on Kirkland Dog Food (Dry) Thank you for the advice! I will most likely change the food because I tried adding water and he still wasnt interested. I will take the food back to Costco.March 10, 2014 1:47 pm
Chrissty on Hill’s Prescription Diet Z/D Canine (Dry) I am the person with the 9 year old English Bull Terrier with pimples between his toes. I just changed my profile picture. thanksMarch 10, 2014 1:35 pm
Chrissy on Hill’s Prescription Diet Z/D Canine (Dry) If anyone has ever experienced this type of allergy and has found a solution I would be very grateful to hear about it. Thank you.March 10, 2014 1:33 pm
christina on Hill’s Prescription Diet Z/D Canine (Dry) PLEASE HELP MY POOR GUY!!! Hi, I have a 9 year old English bull Terrier who has suffered from terrible food allergies the better part of his life. He breaks out in large boil type sores or pimple like things between his toes. He has even had them break out on his face before. They get very large and fill up with blood and a clear like liquid. I know sound awful... and it really is. They are very painful and take a long time to go away, even with medication. I have been giving him the dry z/d…March 10, 2014 1:14 pm
Beths Daily on Zignature Dog Food (Dry) I lost my 3 yr old dog several years ago when the dog food was "tainted" nation wide (about 5 to 6 yrs ago). I was buying his food from walmart but I was always sure to buy the "good stuff...... NOT! any ways after that I educated myself within reason about dog foods. The Fiber IS good for them! Dogs system is made to eat & poop - almost right away. I am posting this as a lot of people are saying they think this food has too much fiber in it. I am sure there are cases where it is too much…March 10, 2014 12:40 pm
Cyndi on Off Topic Discussions Thanks Betsy. I didn't see that page but found this one earlier. I liked them both. :)
https://www.facebook.com/paawsMarch 10, 2014 12:31 pm
Betsy Greer on Off Topic Discussions I couldn't access the page for the link you shared on my device, but I did find her on her Facebook page.
https://www.facebook.com/chagrinfallsveterinaryMarch 10, 2014 12:22 pm
Cyndi on Off Topic Discussions I thought so too Betsy. I guess she's kind of famous, been on tv and has a few books out. I sure hope she is a genuinely nice person.March 10, 2014 12:06 pm
Cyndi on Off Topic Discussions I sure will! Thanks Shawna!March 10, 2014 12:05 pm
Betsy Greer on Waggin’ Train and Canyon Creek Ranch Chicken Jerky Treats Recall Hi What the...,
I just got an interesting email from Susan Thixton. Check out this link: http://truthaboutpetfood.com/if-you-could-ask-waggin-trainpurina-a-question
Ms. Thixton will soon be meeting with representatives from Purina regarding Waggin' Train Jerky Treats and other Purina products. She's inviting input from pet owners regarding their experiences with the products.March 10, 2014 11:49 am
Betsy Greer on Off Topic Discussions She's pretty and she looks kind to me. : )March 10, 2014 11:43 am
Shawna on Off Topic Discussions Doesn't give a lot of info but what I saw looks very promising -- especially the diet and titers!! Woot woot!!
Do let us know what you think after the appointment!!!March 10, 2014 11:16 am
Crazy4cats on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) Will do. They are not really liking their diet food. They take after their mom! lol. Might have to start switching now. Hopefully they like it and I won't have two bags of food they turn their nose up at. They usually really aren't that picky.March 10, 2014 11:00 am
Crazy4cats on Hi-Tek Naturals Grain Free (Dry) I just looked at their website. The formula looks the same to me?March 10, 2014 10:58 am
Cyndi on Off Topic Discussions She actively endorses home-cooked and raw diets AND she encourages titer testing!March 10, 2014 10:48 am
Cyndi on Off Topic Discussions Yay! I found a new vet! We have an appointment on Saturday. Any thoughts? She sounds awesome...
http://www.drcarol.com/chagrin-falls-veterinary-center/March 10, 2014 10:45 am
Brian on Hi-Tek Naturals Grain Free (Dry) I would like to know what this recent formula change includes, aside from the size of the kibble... With the recent negative reviews of this product, I would think it would be critical to address. "If it's not broken, don't fix it."March 10, 2014 10:42 am
RealRhonda on Suggested Low Fat Dog Foods Same issue! Never feed my pups table scraps and my small Boston was on BB Lamb & Rice got pancratitis at age 7. After alot of vet bills and a week later, am looking for a good low fat food. I don't want to feed I/D food long term. Also vet said to look for food without tapioca or sweet potatoes to reduce sugar.March 10, 2014 9:43 am
Cayce H. Cronk on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) Let me know how it goes with the victor food for the cats. I was really impressed by there dog food. The puppy loved it when I was giving it to him!
March 10, 2014 9:40 am
Jo Horton on Three Name Brands Top FDA List of Chicken Jerky Treats Suspects sounds great may try that for sureMarch 10, 2014 9:05 am
Kinny Salas on Acana Singles (Dry) They reformulated their Single ingredient line. Protein for lamb and apple and duck and pear now 27%. They also have a new flavor. Pork and butternut squash. Catch: The calories per cup for both variants are lower though so you have to feed more. I am worried about the price increase as well. I hope when my existing bags run out that my dog can still tolerate the new formula especially for duck and pear. Hunting for compatible food for a sensitive dog who is a picky eater is not fun. Does…March 10, 2014 8:31 am
Jennifer Wicklund on Earthborn Holistic Grain Free (Dry) My english Bulldog has been on the lamb formula since we switched him from the crappy puppy chow his orig owner had him on. We also started giving him coconut oil around the same time. He LOVES the food, it's SUPER cost efficient for being such a great quality (compared to others) and we get nothing but compliments on how healthy and vibrant he looks. Also, for other bully owners out there, we started adding apple cider vinegar to his water about a week ago and his tear stains have completely…March 10, 2014 7:12 am
Kim on Innova Nature’s Table (Dry) Still won't touch anything innova with a 10ft pole for my dog...I don't care what they are calling it now days, after 6+ recalls in 6months....March 10, 2014 1:31 am
EdannatheHusky on Canidae Grain Free Pure (Dry) Trying to learn as much about all things dogs as I can while my memory is at its peak :p only 24 and I have memory problems woot! Among other problems which are just as un fun! Anyways while I'm remembering I've been reading a lot and is kibble really worth buying at all? After months of different research I'm really not sure i ever want to feed it... It'll be several years before I get my dog cause I live at home and my dad doesn't want anymore dogs and I'm just wondering from the many people…March 10, 2014 1:26 am
Bryan Ledford on Coming Soon — New Editor’s Choice Section Didn't mean to imply 0 vegetable protein. Most contain some. Peas are higher in protein than others. I meant that this formula, unlike their others, doesn't contain concentrated veg proteins like pea protein or potato protein. I feed American Natural Premium Endurance and raw myself. My dog doesn't do well on gf diets. She gets gassy from legumes and I don't feed her anything with potatoes because of her joints.March 10, 2014 12:29 am
Crazy4cats on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) Yes, I think that Evo had a recall about a year ago. Other than that, I think it is supposed to be a really good food. I do wish Victor's cat food had a little higher protein percentage. But I'm not really concerned about the rice. As long as its not fed everyday long term and your cats are OK with it, I think it is fine. I haven't tried it yet. They are actually getting fed Premium Edge Healthy Weight right now as they are getting chubby. I'll probably start adding the Victor next week.March 9, 2014 11:10 pm
What the... on Waggin’ Train and Canyon Creek Ranch Chicken Jerky Treats Recall This is not a joke like the picture of sick kid that the doctors will help if it gets 1000 shares. This is real. Kho Chi Mo threw up and started pooping blood within 3 hours of eating a Waggin Train chicken jerky.My three dogs loved them. My two still begged for them after they were sick peeing on themselves and puking even after watching the one die... Dogs are dumb like that..that is why it is up to the owner to realize something is wrong with these treats...No, not all of them. It's like…March 9, 2014 10:09 pm
JaketheMutt on Off Topic Discussions Awesome,loved it!March 9, 2014 7:53 pm
Cayce H. Cronk on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) Some of the reviews for evo were not good! I went looking today at what they had at my local health food store. They didn't have much! Victors looks like a great food....wish it didn't have any grains in the cat formula they have. I picked up some halos grain free canned and a few evo cans to try.March 9, 2014 7:51 pm
Van Butler on Taste of the Wild (Dry) I just switched my boy (GSD) over to Taste of the Wild and after one month we are seeing startling improvements in him already!!March 9, 2014 6:07 pm
theBCnut on Off Topic Discussions Naw, that's just a typical Border Collie. It's the trainer that's amazing.March 9, 2014 5:30 pm
Crazy4cats on Off Topic Discussions Definitely!March 9, 2014 5:06 pm
Betsy Greer on Off Topic Discussions This dog is uh-ma-zing!
http://www.youtube.com/embed/5I_QzPLEjM4?rel=0March 9, 2014 4:55 pm
Crazy4cats on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) Yes, I usually mix the two drys together for a bit when switching brands. Absolutely, those are great brands, just out of my budget. Both Weruva and Merrick are good high protein, low carb canned food. I use them now and then. I remember your cats being a little older. I hope their open to something new. Lol! Good luck with your cats and the pups. I hope they get good homes. March 9, 2014 4:11 pm
Freeholdhound on Nature’s Logic (Dry) That's an understatement LOL :)March 9, 2014 4:00 pm
theBCnut on Purina Veterinary Diets HA (Dry) Why did you turn this into an argument? The OP was feeding Purina, Wellness is leaps and bounds better than that. The OP stated that their dog had a weight problem, the advice that you originally replied to gave suggestions for quality low fat foods. Wellness may not be quite as high quality as Orijen, but it is certainly a high quality food in its own right. And the post that you originally replied to specifically mentioned Wellness Core, which is not grain inclusive. You created an…March 9, 2014 3:56 pm
LabsRawesome on Suggested Weight Loss Dog Foods Hi java1010, here are some more options for low fat foods. http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/best-dog-foods/suggested-low-fat-dog-food/March 9, 2014 3:44 pm
LabsRawesome on Nature’s Logic (Dry) Oh yeah, I forgot your dog has allergies. That really cuts your options down.March 9, 2014 2:49 pm
Cayce H. Cronk on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) Should I just mix in some new with some old and gradually increase it?!March 9, 2014 2:46 pm
Cayce H. Cronk on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) Crazy cats,
We had a great trip! It was good to get away. Hoping to get the puppies in a shelter this week. Took pictures of them today to send to a rescue. Wish us luck! The shelters seem to picky which is disheartening and makes me wander if it's a lot about making money. I hope not! I was thinking of starting out giving them canned once a day and dry once a day in hopes of eventually switching over to all canned at some point....if I can afford it. Weruva looks like a great brand and I read…March 9, 2014 2:46 pm
java1010 on Suggested Low Fat Dog Foods Hi everyone,
I'm looking for some advice regarding my 4yr old Beagle... Since Romeo was a puppy we started him out on Orijen, and then a year or so ago we transitioned him to Canni Source after he apparently lost his appetite for basically all Orijen dry foods. While on Canni Source he seemed to be doing quite fine and really enjoying the food and above all he seemed to have a very healthy metabolism which was always an issue with Orijen. Anyways, long story short, there was apparently a quality…March 9, 2014 2:17 pm
java1010 on Suggested Weight Loss Dog Foods Thanks! We'll look into those.March 9, 2014 1:29 pm
Jan_Mom2Cavs on Suggested Weight Loss Dog Foods I know that Annamaet has a grain free food called Lean that is low fat, but still a higher protein. It was formulated for weight loss and dogs with pancreatitis problems. Also, Wellness Core has a reduced fat food that many people use and like. Perhaps you could check into these and let your vet know about them.March 9, 2014 1:19 pm
java1010 on Suggested Weight Loss Dog Foods Hi everyone,
I'm looking for some advice regarding my 4yr old Beagle... Since Romeo was a puppy we started him out on Orijen, and then a year or so ago we transitioned him to Canni Source after he apparently lost his appetite for basically all Orijen dry foods. While on Canni Source he seemed to be doing quite fine and really enjoying the food and above all he seemed to have a very healthy metabolism which was always an issue with Orijen. Anyways, long story short, there was apparently a quality…March 9, 2014 12:55 pm
evilpinkloli on Purina Veterinary Diets HA (Dry) You're wrong. Wellness Grain Free is $53 for a 26 lb bag on Chewy. It has similar ingredients to Orijen: turkey, chicken, peas, potatoes, etc. Orijen is $74 for a 28.6 lb bag on Chewy. That's for the CHEAP Orijen. Now if you want the fancy Orijen, you're paying $93 for a 28.6 lb bag ($3.25/lb).
And I'd like your proof that you'd be feeding more Wellness than Orijen, because you'd have to be feeding almost twice as much Wellness Grain Free to make feeding overpriced Orijen worth the extra…March 9, 2014 12:00 pm
Dorothy Gale on Nature’s Logic (Dry) You can get the NL Sardine at Pet Food Direct.com thats were I get mine and the Rabbit also, can not find any NL in stores in my area.March 9, 2014 11:27 am
Pam c on Wellness Simple (Dry) There's no such thing as GMO free canola oil.March 9, 2014 11:18 am
Tami Stott on Goodlife Recipe (Dry) Goodlife actually has a cat food which doesn't have Corn, Soy or Wheat in it. Wondering what people think about that?March 9, 2014 10:31 am
erm016 on Purina Veterinary Diets HA (Dry) You're wrong. Wellness is SUPER expensive for what it is, the mediocre products & ingredients.
You feed A LOT more of Wellness than you would Orijen, so it's no cheaper, and in fact, more expensive to feed Wellness.
Not to mention the ingredient panel. Compare Orijen to Wellness (assuming you know what you're reading) and you'll see the difference.
Wellness has no business charging what they do for Adult Chicken (with grains) for close to $60. It's crap.
I promise, you won't win this…March 9, 2014 10:04 am
Collin Cherry on Kirkland Dog Food (Dry) I started my boston terrier puppy on this product. He developed constant horrible gas that would clear a room. I suspected the problem was from an allergy to the whole grains and brewers yeast in the Kirkland product. I switched him to organic Blue Buffalo dog food from Petco that has no grains or soy in it to help his stomach distress. My research revealed that many dogs have allergies to whole grains and soy and there are lots of products that do not contain ether.March 9, 2014 8:31 am
InkedMarie on Darwin’s Natural Selections (Raw Frozen) I also had to pay 99 cents a pound for shipping but it didn't bother me. Right now, I'm not using it, only because one of my dogs seems to be ear infection free with no veggies. I think Darwins is a great value!March 9, 2014 7:35 am
theBCnut on Darwin’s Natural Selections (Raw Frozen) I live where I have to pay 99 cents per pound for shipping, and my dog is allergic to chicken and maybe turkey, so I'm paying for beef and duck, and I still think I'm getting my money's worth.March 9, 2014 7:14 am
BW on Fromm Family Classics (Dry) I had an aging Rottie mix who had developed skin issues. Suspecting a problem with her diet I did some research and also asked pet owners what brands they were feeding. Many were on Fromm. We tried it and had the skin issues clear up. She also had more energy and would again play with the rest of the pack. Fromm is the only food I recommend as it has higher ratings than many of the high-priced over-rated brands sold at many vet offices. And not a single recall to my knowledge.March 9, 2014 7:08 am
War Tank on Coming Soon — New Editor’s Choice Section great..waiting with anticipation. ;-) March 9, 2014 7:04 am
Les on Diamond Naturals (Dry) My Doberman did that with diamond before the recall and I think it was because my bulldog was eating blue buffalo and he would eat it if u mixed it then he just started picking out the blue to eat. But I noticed that while my bulldog was on diamond naturals she bled every so often like she should have been in heat but she is spayed and have not had that problem since she has been on blue. March 9, 2014 6:47 am
Beth Knuth on Darwin’s Natural Selections (Raw Frozen) My Butch LOVES his Darwin's also! I only feed it one meal a day, breakfast and he gets kibble for supper. Darwin's is an excellent bargain for what you are getting.March 9, 2014 3:33 am
Ben K. on Synthetic Dog Food Preservatives Could Be Toxic to Your Pet I wouldn't doubt it. I want to get my dog on Organic Dog food.March 9, 2014 3:29 am
Apollo Haddix on Darwin’s Natural Selections (Raw Frozen) I have my bill from 2/28/14 in front of me. The food is $2.49 per pound and the shipping is .59 cents per pound.
Darwin's is a fantastic company, I've been using them for over 2 years. My dogs 2 favorite times of day are going for a walk and eating Darwin's, I've never seen two dogs so excited about eating in my life.
Get This, I just went to my ups account and shipped 2 regular boxes 24 x 24 x24 weighing 65 lb each. NO periship, NO dry ice and regular ground shipping from my location to…March 9, 2014 3:21 am
guest on Dad’s Dog Food (Dry) I was worried there for a second. hahaMarch 9, 2014 1:29 am
Crazy4cats on Kirkland Dog Food (Dry) Hi-
OMG, so adorable. You definitely are on the right track by finding something new. Beneful has some very unhealthy ingredients. Unfortunately, that's probably why your pup loves it. It contains corn, gluten and sugar. It's like feeding Froot Loops everyday in my opinion. The dog gets addicted to it. Have you tried adding a little warm water to make a gravy? Or you could even try adding a little canned food to make it more enticing. You should have no problem returning it if it doesn't work…March 9, 2014 1:23 am
Ms DLCH on Kirkland Dog Food (Dry) I just started the Kirkland Super Premium Puppy Food for my 12 week old Boston Terrier. He was started off with Beneful Healthy Growth, which I feed him for 4 weeks before the change.
My dog will not touch the new food. I switched because Beneful isnt the best and I read great things about Kirklands. Even mixed with the old food, my dog will eat the old food and spit each Kirkland kibble out on the floor. The mix also made his poo very runny and soft. He hasnt thrown up or anything. I've tried…March 9, 2014 12:01 am
Crazy4cats on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) Well, hi!, welcome back. I've been using mostly Wellness Core, Taste of the Wild and Earthborn. I did, however, just buy Victor, but haven't opened it yet. My smaller female cats don't eat much kibble, but my big boys do. They all get about 3 oz of canned a day plus the kibble. Sometimes I'm not really sure who eats what, but that's what I put down for them anyway! Hope you had a good trip.March 8, 2014 11:47 pm
Lauren on EVO Dog Food (Dry) try orijen. switched from evo to orijen for my 8yr old jack russell who kept getting diarrhea. has been perfect since.March 8, 2014 10:35 pm
Nicole on Stella and Chewy’s Freeze Dried (Freeze-Dried) I should probably point out that while the dehydrated food hasn't made her sick, she didnt do so well with the frozen medallions. :-/March 8, 2014 9:48 pm
tamsets on Dr. Karen Becker Reveals the Truth About Table Food and Dogs I lost my Chihuahua in 2009 due to kidney failure. She ether ate a grape, or a medication to treat diabetes. Both cause kidney failure in dogs.March 8, 2014 8:52 pm
Cayce H. Cronk on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) I'm going to start giving canned more often. I still might have to give a little kibble. What kibble do you use? I know that victors makes one. That site is full of great info!
March 8, 2014 8:42 pm
Guest on Wellness Simple (Dry) The canola oil in this food can't possibly be controversial because Wellness uses GMO free Canola Oil.March 8, 2014 7:47 pm
Kramer on Purina Veterinary Diets HA (Dry) No big surprise here, evilpinkloli eats dog foodMarch 8, 2014 7:42 pm
Freeholdhound on Victor Select Dog Food (Dry) Sorry- I didn't see your post. The "avoid" list is: turkey, chicken, salmon, white fish, venison, sweet potato, & oatmeal. I'm feeding Natures Logic Beef or Sardine and Earthborn Holistic Great Plains Feast plus some raw grinds. March 8, 2014 7:02 pm
Big D on Lassie Natural Way (Dry) Thank you for the info.... We have tried other stores that carry the Lassie brand but were not able to find the "Lamb. Sweet potato, and Rice" blend. We called the dist. and Sales center for Lassie brand and they told me that the mix that we like is only available at Dollar General. I will however start to order in bulk from the web site that you provided...... Thank you so muck for the info!March 8, 2014 7:01 pm
Freeholdhound on Nature’s Logic (Dry) I have to get my NL online and the Sardine is an iffy find. The stores around here that say they carry it only carry the wet canned food. Luckily I can get the Eathborn he also can eat at my local feed store March 8, 2014 6:56 pm
Freeholdhound on Nature’s Logic (Dry) Yes I did feed Victor for a short time. I loved the distributor I found & I think it's a great food. Unfortunately since then I had the allergy test run & every formula has something in it that I have to avoid. Ugh. Same with Nutrisource. March 8, 2014 6:54 pm
theBCnut on Best 5-Star Dry Puppy Foods I like high protein and I'm not afraid of my dogs eating cat food, but I wouldn't say that cat food is better for puppies. I want my puppies eating a high protein food that is balance for growth of dogs, not adult cat food. And if you want high protein, why waste any money on Puppy Chow, which is low quality in every way. Beef or chicken do not make a puppy food better either, if you mean that meat should be the first ingredient, then yes, yes it should.March 8, 2014 6:29 pm
JaketheMutt on 4Health Dog Food (Dry) Does anyone know about how big the kibble is in the small bites formula?March 8, 2014 6:27 pm
balletlady on Waggin’ Train and Canyon Creek Ranch Chicken Jerky Treats Recall Just google the name of ANY pet food NAME BRAND...you'll see even the most highly thought of pet food has been recalled for a variety of reasons...it is shocking.March 8, 2014 6:07 pm
Cathe Jones-Brunner on Berkley and Jensen Dog Food (Dry) I sent my friend to BJ's to get my dog his food, but he said they don't have BJ's Dog Food. I didn't know the changed the name. So he just left. I don't know if there is a sign, but he's not too bright.
March 8, 2014 6:02 pm
LabsRawesome on Off Topic Discussions HI Marie, I think Dr. Mike used the "featured comment" on that page as a result of the "salt debate" that took place on that review. So guests wouldn't have to read all the way thru the posts to get the correct info, instead of the comments that were just speculation on the salt content of the food.March 8, 2014 4:47 pm
LabsRawesome on Nature’s Logic (Dry) Hi Freeholdhound, I just noticed your post. Have you ever tried Victor? The reason I ask is, Crazy4Cats has dogs with digestive issues. And she posted that their "output" is great on Victor. I think her post is on the Victor GF page. :)March 8, 2014 4:29 pm
SP on Horizon Pulsar Dog Food (Dry) Thanks for everyone's feedback.
I had received a sample of it before somewhere, & my dog seemed to like it. It's just hard to find, but turns out my pet store can special order it, which I just did.March 8, 2014 4:25 pm
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