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  • in reply to: Large Kibble Quality Dog food #103526 Report Abuse
    Tim S
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    Farmina’s CHICKEN & POMEGRANATE PUPPY MAXI is a large kibble that has worked well for us. YMMV

    [We hand feed one of our dogs to control his rate of food intake. Crazy, sure. Effective, yes.]

    Per Farmina’s website:

    Complete Dog Food for Large Breed Puppies & All Life Stages.

    Farmina N&D Grain-Free Chicken Recipe for Large Breed Puppies is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.

    Source: http://www.farmina.com/us/dog-food/natural-&-delicious-grain-free-canine/92-grain-free-chicken-recipe–large-breed-puppies.html

    in reply to: has anyone fed Farmina N&D? thoughts? #86702 Report Abuse
    Tim S
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    We have been feeding our latest puppy the Farmina Natural & Delicious Chicken Grain-Free Large Breed Puppy Formula Dry Dog Food for about ten months after transitioning from another highly rated food (Orijen). We are quite happy with the results, the puppy loves the food and the kibble size is relatively large (works well as a training treat).

    I am not familiar with Farmina’s marketing strategy in the U.S. although I would guess that their market penetration efforts are regional in scope … beyond the existing nationwide Chewy.com distribution channel.

    in reply to: weight management formula #85376 Report Abuse
    Tim S
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    We are feeding Dr. Tim’s Metabolite to our older, arthritic Dutch Shepherds. We have witnessed no adverse outcomes such as skin irritation or loose stools (following several days of transition). The dogs seem to like the food.

    in reply to: Nominate a Brand for Editor's Choice #79045 Report Abuse
    Tim S
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    Farmina N&D Grain-Free (Chicken & Pomegranate) Large Breed Puppies (Maxi)

    A benefit beyond the label: Larger sized kibble makes for easy hand feeding, using as a training treat

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