Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Winter Haven, FL USA
I'm not going to attempt to spell it out, because it just causes controversy. The one fact I find is, there are loads of opinions out there and by and large, everyone has pretty darn healthy dogs here. To keep your life simple, I truly believe that just settling on a great high-end grainless will yield you a really healthy dog. After that, I think we tend to be splitting hairs. For whatever it's worth, I've had great success (and peace of mind) feeding mostly dry grainless and supplementing with half a turkey neck or some ground beef or a few chicken livers, rotated in. Of three feedings a day, I'll make one of them a little less kibble and the raw meat. If I don't happen to have raw meat on a given day, I don't fret it and just feed the kibble. Otherwise it's just too much for me to want to hassle with and I know Max is getting fed really well. That's what I do.