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  • in reply to: Inexpensive good quality dry food? #60400 Report Abuse
    MARK k
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    Looks like there are several retailers in my area, so I’ll have to go check it out. I will have to look into the Fruitables also. Do you mix that in with the food or how do you serve that?

    in reply to: Inexpensive good quality dry food? #60381 Report Abuse
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    Crazy4cats . . which Victor dog food do you recommend for a lab. I assume since you have dogs with lab in them, they are fairly active? Ours is active, but he was neutered awhile back, so we watch what he eats.

    in reply to: Inexpensive good quality dry food? #60375 Report Abuse
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    Thanks so much for the advice crazy4cates! He has always had his annual checkups and fecal tests done, always negative for parasites/worms. He just has a sensitive digestive/bowel system to foods. They say pets take on personalities similar to their owners . . . I guess he took on my reaction to stress and stomach issues ;o)

    I will check these things out and see what works.

    Thanks again and I’ll have to update as I find out what works.

    in reply to: Inexpensive good quality dry food? #60369 Report Abuse
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    Thanks crazy4cats for the info. Where can you get Victor and those supplements . . . I see Victor is at Amazon, but didn’t know if it’s available at any stores. Have you had any luck with Wellness or Blue?

    in reply to: Inexpensive good quality dry food? #60362 Report Abuse
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    I’ve had my black lab on Science Diet, Earthborn, Taste of the Wild and then Diamond dogfood. He’s only 4, and it seems that he has soft stools a lot. Does anyone have any recommendations for a food that is healthy for him, but maybe will allow him to have regular, formed stools?

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