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I happened to run into an ad for Carna4 touting it being made at a (relatively) lower temperature compared to conventional kibble manufacturing. The benefits are supposed to be, better retention of nutrients and enzymes. I have also read several articles suggesting that high temperature kibble manufacturing can possibly be problematic.

Curious what about what people here think about this.

Please note, I don't use this food and I am not in any way promoting it
 

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Looks like good food! Uses only Canadian or American ingredients...and none of the synthetic vitamins and minerals that the big dog food companies like Purina buy from China ,or other sketchy places.
It's really expensive though...cheaper to feed a local pre-made raw.
 

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The Honest Kitchen also just introduced a dehydrated kibble-type food made at a far lower temp. It's a very good company. I haven't tried it yet, but I'm going to see if my allergy dog who can't normally eat kibble can handle it. The 20 pound bag runs about $70.
 

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That price is really over the top unless you have a toy dog. You could buy a lot of good meat and make your own for a lot less. Or you could buy a decent food and add your own cooked meat, eggs, etc.
 
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