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05-02-2014 03:24 AM
Kiitsu 10 dollars makes plenty of difference for me! Thanks for the suggestion, ill check that out. I am determined to keep him on grain free food lol. I was also looking in to merricks grain free, is that one any good?
05-01-2014 11:34 PM
lennyb My boys like Authority grain free from pet smart. Runs about $50 per bag.
05-01-2014 09:56 PM
mydogs All the higher end foods are about $60 for a 28-30lb bag. Earthborn Holistics runs 50-54$..Fromm grain $50. Grain free $60's.


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05-01-2014 09:00 PM
Kiitsu
Any food as high quality as Wilderness?

I currently feed Thor Wilderness because of its high quality ingredients and its good ratings. But, it's a bit on the expensive side....lol. Are there any foods that are as high of quality as wilderness, but a bit cheaper? (Less than 60$/28 lbs...lol) If there isn't, I have no problem continuing to get this for him, but if I can cut costs, I can afford more other things for him, which I would love to be able to do!
Thor is a 6 month old puppy, by the way, and I have him on the adult food.

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