Top 5 Foods

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Jamie&Jessie
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Re: Top 5 Foods

Postby Jamie&Jessie » Tue May 27, 2014 5:27 pm

Thank you so much for your analysis.
In other words, not the best food? :\ I'm a little overwhelmed with all of the information in this thread. Thank you though, I am going to look into further. I want to feed her what's best for her. I'm sure I'll be back with questions.

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Chrissie
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Re: Top 5 Foods

Postby Chrissie » Sat Aug 08, 2015 10:29 pm

I feed my dogs all of these and they do very well on these. Taste of the Wild, Acana and Pulsar.

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Misskiwi67
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Re: Top 5 Foods

Postby Misskiwi67 » Sun Aug 30, 2015 6:05 pm

Purina Pro Plan is the top food of hunting dogs. Why? Because it WORKS, even if it doesn't look pretty on paper to those who are more interested in trends than facts.

I was feeding my crew a top rated food called Fromm. Switched to Pro Plan when I got my hunting dog puppy. Lena had zero change in coat quality, stool, energy, etc. etc. Its been 2 years now and all 3 dogs eat Purina Pro Plan exclusively.

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Re: Top 5 Foods

Postby Bullseye » Mon Aug 31, 2015 10:58 am

I feed pero premium a pet food company in Cymru, but I also feed raw every now and then, the pero stuff is good for working dogs it has a lot of protein in it which is vital for dogs taking part in sports such as weight pulling 8)


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