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    Linda G
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    Does anyone have recommendations for a good dry dog food WITH grain?

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    anonymous
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    Fromm Adult Classic https://frommfamily.com/products/dog/classic/dry/#adult

    About 2 or 3 weeks into the transition, 1/2 and 1/2 with Zignature, which we have had no problems with and may stay with depending on the outcome of the investigation into grain-free.

    All is well 🙂 We consider kibble to be the base, not the whole diet, we always add a splash of water and a bit of boiled chopped chicken, crumbled up boiled egg, ocassional bit of canned tuna…

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    InkedMarie
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    Click the “library” above in the red line and look at the dry food recommendations.

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    Linda G
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    Thanks, the Fromm sounds interesting. The dry food recommendations under library don’t separate by grain and grain free which means you have to click on each one to find out – if it is not the name.

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    pitlove
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    Victor or Pro Plan

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    anonymous
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    All is going well with this product.
    Guess what? You can order directly from Fromm https://www.gofromm.com/fromm-family-classic-adult-dog-food
    And their prices are reasonable!

    Fromm Adult Classic, original recipe from 1949. It’s al good 🙂

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    Bobby dog
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    Hello Linda G:
    My dog does well on recipes from Exclusive, Purina, Fromm, Wellness, and Annamaet.

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    joanne l
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    All that are mentioned sound good, I myself look for good grain in diets. I just bought a bag of Merrick classic (grain in) and hope my dog can adjust to it. Right now I feed pro plan and I like it, I just want to try something different once in awhile.

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    jacquie l
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    I am also looking for a dry dog food with quality grains, no chicken or beef, made and sourced as much as possible in the USA. I found Drs. Foster and Smith Lamb and brown rice. My only hesitation is that it says: The ingredients for the vitamin and mineral premixes come from a variety of sources, including the US, India and some parts of Asia (Thailand, China and Japan). Has anyone used this food? What do you think? Thanks.

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    joanne l
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    Never used it. I would go with something else. But that is just my opinion.

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    Therese M
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    I like Fromms Gold better than the regular adult one, as did the dogs. Compare the ingredients and decide for yourself. Make sure you compare the ingredients on the website- if the Gold has duck, it’s the old one.

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    haleycookie
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    Almost every brand of dog food has to draw vitamins from China. I’m sure if you email any company they’ll tell you the same thing (or won’t tell u anything) so it shouldn’t be the upsetting as the majority of food, whether they say made in the USA or not, use vitamins from China.
    Most human vitamins are sourced from China as well. They have some type of power of vitamins so that they can only be bought from them.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by  haleycookie.
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    jacquie l
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    Hmmm… I did not know that. I wonder why. Thanks.

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    2doodlemom
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    I am just transition my two dogs on “First Mate” with grain dove food. Its oats, varieties are chicken, lamb or white fish. This is made by a Candian company.

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