|05-02-2014 11:43 AM|
I've tried Royal Canin (puppy came eating it) - he actually did really well on it, but he did have a lot of enormous log poops. Eventually he refused to eat it and he was never really super thrilled to be eating it.
Tried GO! and he would not eat the kibble at all. It's a really small kibble and it appears really dry (some kibbles are more oily).
Tried Orijen LBP, he loved the taste of it but it gave him terrible runs almost immediately. And we were doing a really slow, controlled switch. The food is obv too rich for him.
Finally found Merrick Grain Free (Real Texas Beef + Sweet Potato) and he likes it well enough and poops are good so sticking with it!
|04-28-2014 03:02 PM|
I'll stick with Taste of the Wild until there is a reason not to do so.
|04-28-2014 02:54 PM|
I tried searching for Wellness and Diamond and everything that I read said that Wellness was not manufactured by Diamond.
|04-28-2014 12:50 PM|
|04-28-2014 09:36 AM|
I have tried Wellness, Solid Gold, Blue Buffalo Wilderness, Taste of the Wild and Natural Balance.
The Wellness brands are hands down my favorites. My GSD is eating Wellness Core and my Dalmatian is eating Wellness Complete Health.
|04-28-2014 12:09 AM|
|Cara Fusinato||I have used TOTW Bison since about 2010. My current dog is very sensitive to fowl and I am not convinced the oceans are safe for full-time consumption by man or beast. However, the bison is a little high in protein for my preference. I am going to give TOTW Bison puppy a try and see how that sits (I have it, haven't started it though). I order off Amazon, though our local feed store andone store in the nearby citty also carry it. This is the only food that keeps my boy from the squeakers and groaners of a tummy (along with probiotics).|
|04-27-2014 08:35 PM|
Thinking of going from Orijen to this
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|04-27-2014 06:58 PM|
|SaffronTea||Lakoda did poorly on the Blue Buffalo Wilderness, but has been doing much better on Merrick Grain Free.|
|04-24-2014 07:00 PM|
Of the ones on your list, I've tried Taste of the Wild and Wellness Core. I liked both of them. Wellness got a little tough on my budget, but recently I found it cheaper on Amazon with subscribe and save and Amazon mom. With those two discounts, I think it was approximately $42/bag compared to $60-65 in the local stores.
OUr local Tractor Supply just started getting Earthborn in, and they have it right now for $46-47/bag. I like the look of some of the formulas, but Primitive Natural is a little high in ash for my taste.
Right now mine are eating Dr Tim's and I'm very happy with that. I order it from Chewy.com, and the bag arrives on my front door. I usually order the 44 lb bag for $61.99 and free shipping. It's not grain free but my two do great on it.
|04-24-2014 10:36 AM|
We use victor....it fits our tight budget and I feel good about feeding it.
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