Dog Food Advisor Forums ray q

ray q

Forum Replies Created

Viewing 14 posts - 1 through 14 (of 14 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • in reply to: Trying to get dog off Hills Science id! #110619 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    The Honest Kitchen is a dehydrated human grade food you can get it with protein or add your own . That is what I recommend it is listed on this site with 5 stars

    in reply to: Pentobarbitol in pet foods #110418 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    Yeah That is why I buy the more expensive brands. And why I investigate the foods.

    in reply to: No Hide Chews #110367 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    thanks for information. The best place to find dog food and treat articles are from The Whole dog journal / They are not compensated like this site from chewy.com and their articles are very reliable/no sign of weighted articles no signs of collusion

    in reply to: Food recommendations for malnourished pit bull #110366 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    just for your information petsmart bought chewy.com about s year ago so they are the same company.

    in reply to: Need Truly budget friendly can dog food #109408 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    For budget food I recommend Chewys.com many of there items are reviewed on this site, also the owner of this site has a link to chewys.com I recommend you use that link. you should be able to find some good low budget food with 3 stars and up. By the way since you got injured at work you can apply for workmans comp. But if you are also getting ssi you need to tell social security over the phone how much you are getting from workmans comp

    in reply to: I need a recommendation for a dog food. #109407 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    My favorite food is Honest Kitchen dehydrated base mix. You add your own protein so choose whatever kind of meat you want you can even go raw. So since it sounds like you have a working dog I recommend a lot of meat. But before you do check with your vet in regards to how much protein you should add.

    in reply to: Itchy German Shepherd 8 months old #109406 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    You have several options they are listed on this site. I recommend wysong optimal performance Or the orginal growth kibble. I also recommend Honest kitchen dehydrated base mix. you add your own choice of protein. so you get to decide what type of meat you want to put in.

    in reply to: Severe allergy dog #109405 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    I found a dehydrated food from Honest kitchen it is on this site it is rated 5 stars no flaxseed , I am not sure what barleykelp is but it does have sea kelp maybe that is what you were trying to type. I will keep looking but you may have to start home cooking for your pet. If you look on you tube there are many recipes and people showing you how to cook for your dog. I would also ask a veterinarian.

    ray q
    Member

    I don’t know of a 5* dry dog food with limited ingredient( I am not really sure how limited you want to go) I do recommend Orijen dog food as it is one of highest quality dog food) but it cost more than your regular cheap brand name trash. If you really love your dog child I personally don’t mind spending extra money. I want my pets to live as long as is possible. I highly recommend The Honest Kitchen dehydrated dog food or Wysong’s freeze dried products but unless your pet has allergy issues or stomach problems. I would stick with the chicken and beef, don’t try the other exotic foods unless your dog is having allergy problems and of course check with your vet first.

    in reply to: Scratching Dog #109028 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    I highly recommend The Honest Kitchen dehydrated dog food it is rated on this site, They have both a base mix (you add the protein) and also mixes with protein already mixed in. This food is excellent for dogs with allergies and it has been approved by the FDA as human grade food, which means you can eat it yourself if so inclined.

    in reply to: Best kibble dog food for 9 yr old Golden #109027 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    #1 I don’t believe there are very many if any good kibble for dogs. I highly recommend for those dogs with weight problems and food allergies is The Honest Kitchen dehydrated dog food base mix(you add your own protein) It once hydrated looks like a full bowl of food and yes it is fda approved for humans, so you can eat it also, if you want. It is a little higher in cost than kible but that is the point. They use quality grade products to make their food, not all the sugars and other horrible products in their food. You can find the ratings on this site.

    in reply to: Dr. Harvey's Veg-to-Bowl #107015 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    Ok here is my recommendation and it is listed on this site. I had a client 10yr old dog, I suggested The Honest Kitchen dog food. It is dehydrated you can add warm water or broth, you can get the food with the protein already added or you can get the base mix and add your own protein.

    in reply to: question I just noticed that all of the foods #105751 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    ok I feel better

    in reply to: question I just noticed that all of the foods #105728 Report Abuse
    ray q
    Member

    Any longer so it was at one time sold by chewy? I truly hope no conflict of interest.

Viewing 14 posts - 1 through 14 (of 14 total)