|01-01-2013 07:42 PM|
|Kaluig||I looked into the Gold and Classic but they all have chicken in the ingredients and I am trying to test a no chicken base food for now. I bought Blue lamb & brown rice today and he seemed to like, just a small bag until the Fromm bags arrive.|
|12-29-2012 09:49 AM|
|12-29-2012 09:41 AM|
|Kaluig||Thanks for a very comprehensive dog food list. I heard good things about Fromm and I want to try it on Igor now. With so many welness options available in the market, and your list attested for that, I would not remove this welness section at all, it is very informative for newbies as we can learn what did and did not work from each dog owner as well as get some important tips; at the same time, I can understand some experts might not find this section as helpful.|
|12-29-2012 01:01 AM|
I believe Orijen is the best dog food made today, but there are quite a few good ones out there. Here is a couple of list's I made up quite some time ago. I really have been thinking about taking Wellness off the list because of all the issues with this dog food.
Orijen, Acana, Horizon Legacy, Fromm, Merrick, Go Endurance, Precise Holistic, Wellness Core, Castor and Pollux Natural, Eathborn Holistic, Evo, Go Fit and Free, Instinct, Pinnacle Peak, Solid Gold, Canidea, Darford Zero/G, Now Grain Free....
Pulsar, Blue Wilderness, Artemis, First Mate. Natures Logic, Nutrisourse, Exclusive, Pure Vita, Wellness, Earthborn, Annamaet, Organix, Whole Earth Farms, Premium Edge, By Nature grain free, Victor, TOTW,
|12-28-2012 09:54 PM|
|Kaluig||Awesome! I am going to buy the duck w/ sweet potato first and then I will try the salmon despite the kibble size being small, how about the grain free beef fritatta?|
|12-28-2012 09:44 PM|
|Magwart||I rotate among the Fromm 4-star flavors, and my dogs are doing great. The Whitefish kibble honestly looks like cat food (little crosses instead of pebbles)--I did a double-take the first time I opened the bag. The dogs love it though. The love all of them. The only one of this line I won't buy is the Pork & Applesauce--it seemed to give two of them runny poo. Usually the poo is nice and solid with this food. I think with an allergic dog I'd feed the Whitefish kibble over the others.|
|12-28-2012 09:29 PM|
|Kaluig||hmmm, interesting, is salt bad for dogs? I thought it would just add some flavor or it would be blend. And I shred each piece when mixing with water in the dry food.|
|12-28-2012 09:06 PM|
|Verivus||Why do you add salt? I would leave it out of the cooked food.|
|12-28-2012 09:04 PM|
Thanks again. I need to order Fromms for Igor but do not know which one to choose. I am looking at the ones w/o chicken or lamb, most has both! Looking at salmon and fish options, even them have chicken liver, chicken fat, chicken cartilage, something related to chicken!!! Which one (s) do not have any chicken or lamb in the Fromm's ingredients?
Grain-Free Beef Frittata Veg dog food - Fromm Family Foods
NO CHICKEN, has anyone used grain free beef frittata? This one has less qty and costs more!
Duck & Sweet Potato dog food - Fromm Family Foods
NO CHICKEN, has anyone used duck with sweet potato? I think I will try this one based on Jean's feedback.
Salmon À La Veg dog food - Fromm Family Foods
NO CHICKEN, has anyone used the salmon a la veg? This one, Jean said the kibbles are small so probably is a no no for Igor.
Whitefish & Potato dog food - Fromm Family Foods
NO CHICKEN, has anyone used the whitefish with potato?
|12-28-2012 08:28 PM|
|LarryBoy1309||Just wondering if anyone of you has heard about FreeHand Dog Food Grain Free Dog Food with Premium Ingredients | FreeHand Dog Food. I no doubt love what they are doing and would like to support their mission. But how is their food? Is it any good? Better than big brands?|
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