We have several Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, and I am searching for the best dry dog food for them. I want a really good food, but since I am feeding several dogs, economics comes into play as well. Our dogs are active, as we have 200+ acres and five ponds at our home. If we ever have a sick dog, I supplement with a homemade dog food of chicken fat, beef, long grain brown rice, peas, carrots, and eggs. Yet, I need a good everyday food for them. I work full time, and have two very active children, so making their food everyday is not an option.
There are plenty to choose from on the market. It might take trying a few to see which works the best for you, but some I’d recommend are:
4Health – grain free only
Fromm Gold, or any Fromm (but Gold is more cost effective, along with their Classic line)
I also like TOTW, but be aware that it is a Diamond product.
I just have to say, I read your name too fast, thought it said cheapskates, not Chesapeake!
I do just the opposite, when I see the word cheapskate, I read Chesapeake. But when I started out in dogs, two of my friends and mentors were Chessie breeders.
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