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Back to Basics pet food???

Postby Awesome_PIT » Sat Sep 04, 2004 3:07 pm

Back to Basics pet food is based out of Syracuse, New York( where I live). Just wondering if anyone is using or has used it and had any success. I am feeding Wellness right now and its going good, im not looking to switch just wondering if it was good food. The ingredients dont look to bad. www.backtobasicspetfood.com Heres the site
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Postby Maximus » Sat Sep 04, 2004 3:50 pm

From the site:

CORN
Our corn comes from a select group of growers in the mid-west and is certified non-GMO (Genetically Modified). The non-GMO is another concern for pet enthusiasts. Corn is 91% digestible, one of the best sources of linoleic acid and Omega 6 & 3 fatty acids, provides essential amino acids and fiber. Corn is nutritionally superior grain compared with others because it contains a balance of nutrients not found in other grains, and it is known as the "King of Carbohydrates". Back to Basics® corn is more expensive than most because it is human grade!


Huh? I thought corn had very little nutritional value for dogs and was a common allergen... that it is basically filler... confused I am! (I don't feed my dogs a corn-based kibble, by the way.)
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Postby barbponys » Sat Sep 04, 2004 7:39 pm

UGH!!!! Run...........run awaaaaaaay!. In all seriousness, you don't want to feed a food that has corn as the second ingredient. I don't care what kind of corn it is, organic, non-GMO, white, yellow, pink or green. Corn is corn is corn, dogs don't get along with it, can't digest it. It's a bad idea period. Oh the gasssssss just thinking about that food. BLECK! Stick with the Wellness.
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