12-30-2009, 10:29 PM
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but what really matters is what do you teach the dog? food comes second.
Oh, they aren't trained in anything like agility and such. We are outside a lot. I have horses and I'm constantly trail riding and we go for miles at a time. And they're outside a lot just running around, and one of my dogs are a border collie and he stalks the horse's every move. Not like litterally stalks them aggressivly but he sits outside of their corall and if they move he moves haha
whats your budget? |
I pay $55 for 30lbs of wellness.
Umm.. Well we usually buy a 50lb. bag of dog food for like $18.99. So I'm sure we could pay like $30 for a smaller back say like 35-40lbs. We've been free feeding which I think is a problem too. Since I'm not the one in control of the money though I have to have a plan to propose to my dad haha But I think we could by a higher grade food, but just feed them once in the morning and once at night like normal and the price would be the same because the amount of food we loose to like wildlife (birds, squirrels) ect... it'd all even out in the end and you'd be paying the same price for better food.
Also another thing is I don't want the food to be too
hot. I realize there is food out there for high preformance dogs, and it could burn my dogs skin, like give them rashes and such. I just need a food for a dog that's more active than your average house dog, but not quite at the high preformance level!
That's also why I was also thinking maybe canned food? But I really do think that I need to upgrade my dry food.