I’m getting a St. Bernard puppy soon ,and have been researching possible diets. Of course I’m aware raw-feeding is the best option, but for an adult st. bernard, it would cost close to 300 dollars a month! Are there any good alternatives either kibble or wet food that are mostly protein, grain-free, and suitable for large breeds? I’m also in Canada, so anything available here would be great!Dog_ObsessedMember
Hi! Large Breed Puppies have special requirements, and so you will need a food that meets those for the first few years of life. Learn more about that here: https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/best-dog-foods/best-large-breed-puppy-food/
Here is the forum topic about LBP food. https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/forums/topic/large-and-giant-breed-puppy-nutrition/ Midway through page 15, there is a link to a list of foods that meet the LBP standards. Many of them are grain-free, and all are rated at least 4 stars by DFA.
I hope these are helpful!DoriMember
What Dog Obsessed said.
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