Meh. Prices went up when they changed the bag (and the last time I calculated monthly cost) so it's closer to $200 per month for an adult GSD. Definitely NOT $500 though!I'm sorry, but I don't see how you can feed this food for the price you stated. My adult dogs would need around 12 ounces each of this food per day, according to the package feeding instructions. Even buying an 8.8 pound bag would mean that there would be 70.4, 2-ounce scoops per bag, or less than 6 days worth of food for only one of my dogs. At that rate it would cost me well over $500 per month per dog. I must be missing something here.
Am I looking at the wrong thing? I checked on Chewy and found Ziwi Peak Air-Dried food and the price I'm using above is for the beef. The lamb actually seems a bit less, $99 with auto-ship as opposed to $111 for the beef. But still nothing like $170 per month.
You just nailed it. I have been using the same Pro 42 Grain-Free Dry Dog. Healthy Choice 0I know this is an older thread, but I have a food suggestion. I feed my 9 month old puppy Victor Ultra Pro 42 Grain-Free Dry Dog Food. It's an extremely high protein food. My dog is 95lbs and very active, if your dog is on the larger side it isn't bad option.
It all depends. An unbalanced, poorly formulated raw diet could be a lot WORSE than what you're currently feeding.
Sorry if this is off the topic. But I just went on your website, your pictures of your dog are so beautiful!!!Iams "Proactive Health for Puppy - Large Breed". Many vets are raving about this food, and it is priced reasonably too. Our new pup's litter has been on this for a couple weeks now, mixed with a little water to soften it up some. They love the stuff, are growing like weeds, and are quite active. Just bought a 35 lb bag for $39 CAD.
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