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    boomer1953
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    This has probably been discussed before, but I am new to this forum. Is there any way to find out where the ingredients come from? Or if it does not say is it the US? Or is there no regulations for this in dog foods?

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    BryanV21
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    I haven’t found or heard of any definitive way to find out where a company gets their ingredients, other than calling them and asking. Even then, though, there seems to have been confusion as the customer reps don’t always seem to know for sure.

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    You can still use up your chicken by mixing it as a topper with the dry-we top all the time and the dogs love it. Just remember since its not a balanced topper, to keep the amount to 20 percent or less to avoid causing an issue. And lose the bouillon cubes-most are way too salty…

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