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Old 09-13-03, 01:25 PM   #16 (permalink)
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We're using Nutrience(sp?) Dog loves it.
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Linds...
I know they get sick no matter what you switch your dog to...but Wellness is very much diffrent its such a rich based food it clears out the dogs system...and makes them a little worse off...its not so bad for puppies as it is for dogs who are older...Foods like science diet and iams and Eeukanuba(SP) are not very good foods and if your feeding that to your dog the transformations will be worse
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I use Nutro- Natural choice, This is the one food that uses absolutely no by-products.
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There is a local dog food provider who makes dog food for award winning hunting dogs. He recently brought this exclusive food out onto the market. Its called 'Pride' and cost around 80bucks for 100lbs. This is all we feed my german rottweiller...and it keeps your dog very healthy. Our Rottweiler is 1 year 2 months old and weighs in at 179lbs (weighed last week)
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We use Nature's Recipe. Well, we used to. Now I don't know what we use. it's in a green bag though and has "Nature" as part of it's name.
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Emily that's probably Natural Choice, Max. Its a green bag.

I bought the Natural Choice Max yesterday. Supposed to be one of the best. I will tell you dog owners how it works out.

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Does anyone know anything about the Purina One dog foods?
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Okay! I'll responde to this and I AM ready for bad remarks so please feel free cause I studied it an I do know what I'm talking about. Here it is, are you ready??
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Purina dog foods are low end, they're "grocery" store brands.. Stuff you'd find in a grocery store, not a pet store.

Probably can't find it, But i use medic-al for all of my dogs.. Adult formula. Its ordered from a vet, its top notch food. Expensive though..
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Arachnomania Iím with you on this one. But I would not recommend it for all dogs. What I do for all my dogs itís a mix of dry food and what you call B.A.R.F. They have more energy with raw food. Donít forget I have working dogs (sled dogs) if your dog is a couch potato I wouldnít recommend it.
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Purina dog foods are low end, they're "grocery" store brands.. Stuff you'd find in a grocery store, not a pet store.

Probably can't find it, But i use medic-al for all of my dogs.. Adult formula. Its ordered from a vet, its top notch food. Expensive though..
Sorry, can't buy anything u would order from a vet. I don't want to feed my dog junk, would never consider it, but I will not become fanatical. I'm not even that fanatical about what my kids eat!

And I'm asking about Purina ONE, not Purina Dog Chow. There is Purina ONE, Purina Dog Chow, Pro Plan. I have heard ppl say Pro Plan is the best of the three, but wanted more opinions.
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Lisa127- I have had nothing but crappy experiences with Purina. It has corn as a major ingredient I beleive, and that bites.

Try looking for something with no corn or by products. I believe IAMS and/or Science Diet is sold at the grocery store. They would be the best I think if you must buy from there.


B.A.R.F. Diet is something I have looked into quite a bit. But she is basically on that already. LOL. She gets all meat and veggie table scraps in the house.

Thanks for all the replies people.

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Purina Dog Chow has corn as the first ingredient. Purina ONE has lamb as the first ingredient. I was comparing Purina ONE Lamb and rice to Iams Lamb Meal and rice and the ingredients are almost identical. Except that Iams has lamb meal and Purina One is just lamb.
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Chambly QC, Hmmmm. Do you make your own b.a.r.f.? There's a place close to Drummondville that makes it. I forget their website but just type in Aliments alternatif 2000 and you should find it. Their business name is actually Alialter which is short for Aliments alternatif 2000. I have an American pit bull terrier and she is bascically a couch potato but she gets her daily BOOST of exercise.
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