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post #191 of 200 (permalink) Old 07-09-2012, 01:02 PM
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Anyone get a recent bag of Taste of the Wild manufactured in California and have troubles? My boy has had a sudden decrease in appetite as a result of me adding TOTW kibble into his food.

I stopped using it, cant take a chance it will make my pups sick or death, its a shame, my oldest is an EPI dog and did so well on the TOTW

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Anyone get a recent bag of Taste of the Wild manufactured in California and have troubles? My boy has had a sudden decrease in appetite as a result of me adding TOTW kibble into his food.
After the recall I quit using it entirely. I lost my older dog during that recall as he was weak already from health issues and I'm still not sure the end was the result of the recall or not but not using it any more.

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Well I swore I would keep using it, but as I read more about it, I switched to orijin. Both Sheps are doing great on it. I never had any problems other then having to return the recalled code bags, and I really didnt want any problems either. So I made the switch. I really wish TOTW would get someone else to make their food, because it was really good, and my dogs loved it Plus it was alot cheaper then orijin

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Unfortunately, though their website and packaging seems to try to make it seem like they aren't, Taste of the Wild is owned by Diamond. Canidae, Wellness, and I believe Solid Gold as well, are not owned by Diamond and only contracted with them to produce some of their food. From what I have read, all three have severed ties with Diamond since the recall and are either making their own food or contracting with a different manufacturer now.
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I think Chicken Soup is also owned by Diamond.

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I was wondering what was the best dry dog food to feed german shepherd puppies. Orijen?
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I was wondering what was the best dry dog food to feed german shepherd puppies. Orijen?
You might want to start your own thread on that question.

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There is also a whole section on feeding your puppy with some good "sticky notes" at the top of the forum section. There are more opinions than there are dog foods.

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Here is a list of foods manufactured by Diamond or manufactured in Diamond plants:
4Health
Apex
Canidae/Felidae
Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover’s Soul
Country Value
Diamond
Diamond Naturals
Kirkland Signature
Natural Balance
Nature's Domain
NutraGold
Premium Edge
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Solid Gold
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I have still been feeding my dogs TOTW, the recall wasn't in OK. so I felt pretty confident my dogs were safe. My dogs can't seem to stomach the Bison TOTW so I try to keep them on Pacific stream unless Tractor supply is out of it. We haven't had any issues with pacific stream at all.

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