I would like an opinon / review regarding “eminent” dog food.
My local supplier suggested this food for my female 5yr 23kg retriver, saying that it’s quality food company.
Thank you indvance.
You mean Annamaet food? If so, it is a good food.
I just looked it up, hadn’t heard of it before. It looks fairly low quality, not the worst you could do, but certainly much better options out there
Where can you buy this food in the U.S.? I couldn’t find a distributor or an on-line site that sells it here.
Just looked it up again and found what you were talking about. I agree with aquariangt, it doesn’t look that good.
I’m not from the U.S.
Here is a link to their website
it’s not cheap, and for now weve only used PROPLAN. To tell you the truth, I’m tired of them changing the size and formula of the food, so I’m looking for an alternative.
If you can give me a close review about this food it will be much appreciated.
It looks to have a lot of fillers; ie: corn; wheat; and rice. I also don’t care for products that use mysterious ingredients like, “feed additives,” whatever that may be.
Where are you Morrison? I wonder what other options you might have available?
I’m from Israel (Haifa). I have somewhat limited options.
What other food do you have available?
Hi Morrison, if you look at the “Eminent Sensitive” ingredients, it doesn’t have any wheat, it has all the same ingredients as the Eminent Adult minus the wheat… compared to some dog kibbles, it’s not that bad, add a topper on top of the kibble like a couple sardines to make coat very shiny….
I will do that.
I can order the brand names like
proplan, royan canin, champion, natural choice, eukanuba – which are all pricy…
The cheaper are – dog chow and pet choice.
Eminent is in between. Eminent is about 10% cheaper and 10% bigger compared to the pricy ones.
Again, proplan did the trick for me for several years, the are very popular. However, I’m looking for a cheaper alternative.
Do the Champion foods you can buy include Acana? Acana is usually quite a bit more affordable in the USA than Orijen.
it would be helpful if you can post links to available foods. The ingredients may be different than what we get in the states
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