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post #22 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-21-2012, 09:20 AM Thread Starter
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I had just read a lot of mixed reviews on orijin so i didnt consider it
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It is one of the highest rated foods .

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As far as kibble foods go, Orijen and Acana are among the best you can buy. I'm not sure what reviews you read, but the only negative thing I can think that would be said against them is that not all dogs do well on a food as high in protein as Orijen and even some formulas of Acana.

I would recommend Orijen or Acana by far over any of the foods you mentioned. A few others I would recommend over those on your list are Fromm, Back to Basics, Dr. Tim's, Annamaet, and even a lower cost alternative like Victor ... there are others as well, but that's a few of them. To be honest, I'm personally not particularly fond of any of the brands on your list.
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Okay i will look more into orijin
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" I am a Police Officer and when he gets old enough he will be going threw K9 training so of course I want him big, strong and healthy --"I got my first German Shepherd puppy well I will pick him up January 23rd and I have been researching dog food for him"

had you in my thoughts and mentioned your post in the 15 month old GSD extremely immature thread.

wonder what you chose - pedigree ? -- individual pup , especially since you aren't getting him till the end of January , how was this dog evaluated for your future plans -- and then the raising of the dog --- and then the necessity of you being able to either accept the dog as a dear pet , or if you are serious about a k9 partner the possibility of the dog being unsuitable and washing out and needing to get a replacement .

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