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    Susanne J

    I generally stick to grain free (personal preference, no allergies/health issues), but I noticed that THKs grain free line uses potatoes, while the grain inclusive line uses quinoa and sweet potatoes, which have more health benefits. For this reason, I’m more inclined to use the grain inclusive products. Am I right in my line of thinking that THKs grain inclusive products may be a better choice for dogs not sensitive to grains?

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    They are really low in protein, if I were to use the grain inclusives, I would definitely be adding extra meat

    #68989 Report Abuse

    I agree with Aquarian, they are low in protein. Their new base mixes Kindly and Hale don’t have any potatoes in them, and you can add whatever kinds of meat you want to those.

    #69003 Report Abuse

    I use the grain free lines protein inclusive and I ALWAYS ADD extra protein to the food

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