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FelonysMomma wrote:Whats the best feed for skin and coat?
Probably a lamb & rice formula
but I've heard of fish & rice as well.
Nature's Variety is a very good kibble, and not as expensive as some of the more premium ones...I had awesome results when I fed it. Canidae is also a good food and very moderately priced. Any variety of the Nature's Variety, or Canidae formulas.
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FelonysMomma wrote:I went out and bought Science Diet... please don't tell me this is bad for them...
I won't say it's bad, but it's definitely not good! You paid way too much for a bag of corn, essentially. Corn is a cheap, mostly undigestable filler and a common allergen for dogs, especially bully breeds.
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X-girl wrote:Sorry, it is bad for them. I wouldn't feed it for the reasons BellaBlue stated, among others.
If you are going to settle for Science Diet, why don't you try Canidae? It is widely available and considered to be one of the best kibbles. It is also quite affordable.
Our dogs LOVE Canidae-- and their coats just shine!
FelonysMomma wrote:Where do you buy Canidae?
You can go to any website, via a Google.com search for the dog food brand name and see if they have a 'store locator' or 'where to buy' section. You can then plug in your zip or area code and see who carries it near you. It's much easier than us guessing where you live and what's close to you.
Tons of good pet stores (NOT PETSMART!) carry the brands of food you are being recommended. A Google search takes no time at all to find the info on every brand of food out there.
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