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08-26-2014 02:56 PM
kr16
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Originally Posted by Traveler's Mom View Post
kr16,

Thank you for this info. I am so over the traffic! I have yet to buy dog food on line. I've been going to my" local " retailer on University for well over 7 years and that guy never mentioned the program. I'd be happy if you could PM me the online retailer you use and feel comfortable using.

Thanks so much.

Lynn & Traveler
Here we go and good timing they have 30% off of Orijen today. I just ordered a few minutes ago. The Orijen deal is today only I think.

https://store.petango.com/category.aspx?zcid=1008
08-26-2014 01:44 PM
Traveler's Mom
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Well, being we are in the same place, I have been doing that for a few years now. I also get it online, free shipping and get 20% off sometimes 40%. I do not have to drive to get it anymore. Perfect to avoid all the lights and bad drivers in Boca.
kr16,

Thank you for this info. I am so over the traffic! I have yet to buy dog food on line. I've been going to my" local " retailer on University for well over 7 years and that guy never mentioned the program. I'd be happy if you could PM me the online retailer you use and feel comfortable using.

Thanks so much.

Lynn & Traveler
08-25-2014 04:22 PM
Waldi I use Acana for my golden and had been suing it for past 10 years as she had allergies. Worked well, and once I got my GS I have started her on Acana as well. Yes they do have a buy 10 or 12 and get one free, that is in Canada.
08-25-2014 08:30 AM
JeanKBBMMMAAN I wouldn't go higher than 1.2, personally. You also have to look at calories per cup when you look at that number. I like a higher calorie food for puppies, but you have to make sure not to overfeed. You will know by the poops.

I use the Pinnacle all the time for puppies. I don't care about grains for puppies, and that combo in that food seems to do well, and slow that growth down nicely/healthily.
08-24-2014 05:17 PM
Ace GSD
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What calcium level should I stay at? I've never heard of pinnacle, thanks for the info!
Safe level is 0.9-1.4 % for calcium
08-24-2014 04:37 PM
sarahp
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Originally Posted by JeanKBBMMMAAN View Post
Pinnacle Trout is another good one, and has a good calcium level, which is something I'd be looking at very closely for a puppy.

PinnacleŽ - Trout & Sweet Potato Recipe Premium Dry Dog Food

Pinnacle Trout & Sweet Potato Recipe Dry Dog Food, 30-lb bag
What calcium level should I stay at? I've never heard of pinnacle, thanks for the info!
08-24-2014 01:48 PM
JeanKBBMMMAAN Pinnacle Trout is another good one, and has a good calcium level, which is something I'd be looking at very closely for a puppy.

PinnacleŽ - Trout & Sweet Potato Recipe Premium Dry Dog Food

http://www.chewy.com/dog/pinnacle-tr...ecipe/dp/29799
08-24-2014 01:39 PM
King1122 Great post! I'm having a similar issue with my boy. He is 12 weeks old. I transitioned him from the breeders Purina One LBP to Wellness LBP. He has become scratchy mainly around his undercarriage. Wellness has grain and chicken, so I am thinking it could be one of the two or both.

I've been looking for LBP foods with no grain and no chicken, but I've found it quite difficult. I'm going to look into the suggestions you guys have provided. Thanks
08-23-2014 12:22 AM
Ace GSD
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Oh man what a deal! I added a picture of him! He's 36 pounds and 3 and a half months old!
Wow he is gonna be a big boy ! Around 4 - 4.5 months its gonna be his half adult weight mark
08-23-2014 12:07 AM
sarahp
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Hey sarah post more pic of your little man !
i use Fromm LBP transitioning to Orijen LBP ATM. With Fromm u buy 12 get 1 free so make sure u always buy the same size and keep the barcode.
Oh man what a deal! I added a picture of him! He's 36 pounds and 3 and a half months old!
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