I don't mean to be disrespectful, but have you seen corn prices lately? I don't think it can be considered a cheap filler. If it was, then it would be replaced with something else by now.Originally Posted By: Kasey06 <span style="color: #6600CC"> </span>
1) Avoid Corn-cheap filler/involved in past recalls
Yes I would agree you have to balance any information where it comes from. And you are right "cheap" is all relative I've seen lots of dogs do very well on grain-free diets and non-grain free....so I would think that whatever works is an individual dog thingOriginally Posted By: Luca_stl But the information IS coming from a kibble company who uses corn as a first ingredient in their product. It may be a fine product. I have no reason to think it isn't. But they do have a point of view, right?
Its funny that you mention this. I was just wondering why I haven't seen any one mention Pro Plan? I've been using it for my dogs but I haven't seen anyone using it here. I was beginning to think something was wrong with my choice.Originally Posted By: Gypsyrose04I happen to stick with Purina Pro Plan LB puppy.
A lot of people don't like the ingredients, nor do they like Purina as a whole. (Meaning even if the ingredients were better, they wouldn't feed it simply because Purina makes it.)Originally Posted By: Nerrej[ I was just wondering why I haven't seen any one mention Pro Plan? I've been using it for my dogs but I haven't seen anyone using it here. I was beginning to think something was wrong with my choice.
What makes PMI so much better than any other Purina product? Are you trying to say that while most Purina prodcts have ingredients, their PMI foods don't?Originally Posted By: kymylieI don't use purnia because after working in qa in food industry I don't want my guys eating ingredients from china. I have gone the more holistic approach. I feed PMI exclusive. I also like natural balance and a few other kinds.
Royan Canin has several "puppy foods".Originally Posted By: Nerrejalso the thread specifies "puppy food" but I've seen people reccommend foods such as Royal Canin which doesn't appear to have a "puppy formula" I just wanted to confirm that adult food is fine for my 4 mo old?