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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 10-08-2018, 01:20 PM Thread Starter
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Dry food.

In your opinion who makes the best dog food (kibble) for pups?

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Orijen

fromms

victor

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victor

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Malibu, Which ones are more palatable in your experience? Thanks.
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Taste of The Wild has a big lawsuit going on, it seems there is high lead and arsenic content in their foods and they label them as healthy. They wouldn't to their kids, so why do they think it is ok to put this in dog food?. Unsupecting dog parents think they are giving their dogs high quality food because the manufacturer lies and dogs are sick and during from their lies. They also make Diamond dog food as well. I am feed my 6 cats and my GSD Fromm. I was feeding Earthborn but after the pea and lentil scare forget it.
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I didn't see that lawsuit about Taste of the Wild but there's also a lawsuit against Orijen for having similar unhealthy

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Anyone feed Wellness?

I'm planning on feeding all RAW but like to keep something on hand in case I run out of good stuff.
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I would recommend Victor, Taste of the Wild, American Journey and Crave.
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I've fed and been very happy with Canidae, ProPac, Dr. Tim's.


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[QUOTE=Orphan Heidi;9115979]Malibu, Which ones are more palatable in your experience? Thanks.[/QUOTE

ORIJEN is to rich for my girl.

As far as palatable ..... that would be up to the individual dog.

All foods that have been listed are 5 star kibble and should all offer what a kibble should be.
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Victor

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Annamaet

Farmina

Nutrisource (not the grain free formulas)

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I'm no expert on kibble and we feed mostly raw, but when we do feed kibble we have Fromm on hand. Kona is pretty picky, she won't touch Victor, or certain flavors of Fromm. She really, really likes Fromm Duck and Sweet Potato.
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