This USED to be an easy one for me:
I had Dakota on raw and she did absolutely ah-may-zing!!! Unfortunately when gas prices went up, so did the price of everything else, and being that I live in a tourist area, food went up even more. So...I had to stop feeding raw
The ONLY food I found that worked with both Dakota's pallet AND sensitive stomach was Timberwolf Organics. Her poops were very small, which is saying something for a 75lb animal, and she had the best coat she's ever had on any kibble.
UNFORTUNATELY, a few years ago Timberwolf changed the makeup of their foods to include cheaper ingredients to save money. The bags used to read like something I would eat myself. All fresh meats/named meals and nothing questionable. Now, even though technically they are still considered a top rated food, they are not AS good by any way, shape or form. I choose to switch Dakota to a different kibble (which has been he** in the process) because THEY DID NOT INFORM THEIR CONSUMERS about the ingredient changes. They actually added some ingredients, like chicken fat, that many dogs are allergic to, and when I contacted them they said they had an allowed time frame between when they made the formula changes and when they actually had to change the bags and inform consumers. I was furious.
So fast forward to today...I have yet to find a kibble Dakota has done well on. She either itches, doesn't want to eat, or poops mountains. Right now we are on Fromm. We will see how she does on it.
Oh, how I wish I could afford raw again.
ETA: We've tried every one of those kibbles on that list, plus others. Its been a frustrating time. I'm just glad my girl is healthy!