Dry Food recommendations plz

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    fur_ever21
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    Nutro Natural Choice Lamb and Rice or Natures Select?

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    InkedMarie
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    I’m not fond of either, sorry.

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    LabsRawesome
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    Hi furever21, I wouldn’t use either one of those. Check out Victor dog food. http://www.victordogfood.com Their Foods are rated 4 and 5 stars over on the review side of dfa. My 3 do great on Victor.

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    Alex p
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    Dry food is low mess and well formulated, so it’s a popular option. It’s no less nutritious or less “fresh” than wet foods.

    Dry food in the past was the cause of urinary tract infections in dog, but manufacturers have altered the pH level of their formulations.Dogs fed on a well-formulated dry-food diet don’t run a higher risk of urinary tract disease if they’re drinking enough water. If your dog doesn’t, it’s a good idea to feed it a canned-food diet, which has a higher water content.

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    Anonymous
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    Regarding the water content, just soak the dry food in water in the fridg overnight, maybe add something to it as a topper when served. Canned food or a bit of cooked chopped chicken or lean meat.
    If you are concerned about dental, brush the teeth once a day (see youtube for how to videos).

    You might find some helpful information here too http://skeptvet.com/Blog/category/nutrition/
    I did 🙂

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