I'd relax, pick one of the premium foods, all life stages is my preference, and see how your puppy does on it. Everything is studied and studied and in the end, it all comes down to faith in the manufacturer and whether or not each individual dog does well on it. Orijin is considered the Rolls Royce of kibble, I've never had a dog that could keep it in. People don't trust Taste of the Wild because its made by Diamond. I've never had an issue.
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