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the second i got to listen to this someone go shootin off fireworkz!! [email protected]
fromm gold or try pure balance small breed/grain free kinds at wally world.
I don’t have cats. Just letting everyone know. New cat food and some new dog food!
Thanks Akari32. The $5 coupon worked.
Audrey – I got a few different Nutrisource and BB samples. I tried giving him a few pieces of each and as stated before he seems to like the puppy one the most. I tried giving him the Purevita verison of salmon & turkey but he turned them down quickly. He ate of few pieces of the BB but didn’t finish the small amount I tried to give him. But no doubt Nutrisource looks like are great brand. =)
aquariangt – Yes I noticed the Fromm grain free diets are much higher in protein also. Grain free also should mean loaded with peas or potatoes. I can see why it’s hard to find dry foods without them…
theBCnut – I just read the Dogs and Carbohydrates — A Surprising Secret Revealed on this website! Now I see where you get your info from?
Ever since P&G bought Innova & EVO there has been a few recalls right? Yeah I don’t think a candy company should be making dog food. LoL!
The Wellness $5 coupon is a good deal but I’m having trouble finding the coupon. I did what you said and nothing happens. I click check the bag. I pick IAMS and I’m lost.
Some of these brands I have not seen locally. I do have a few more stores I would like to check out.
I got a sample bag of Nutrisource small/med puppy. He seemed to like it the most. But is that’s just for puppies isn’t it?
As for the rotational diet. One store really close to me sells Fromm. I like all the different choices?
Just about every store carries Wellness. They have a few small breed/smaller kibble which is pretty cool.
The high protein dry foods seem to be higher priced. EVO,Acana & Orijen just to name a few are freakin expensive and have over 40% protein. A few other people I talked to all said the higher protein diets are better suited for active dogs. Which does make sense. I just won’t worry about protein levels. I’d say most good dry dog food has 27%-33% anyway.
I read Dr Mike Sagman’s story. It’s inspiring. I understand how he rates the food in all. Regardless of knowledge this website is GREAT! It’s easy to just look up food and compare one another. =)