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View Poll Results: What do you feed your dog/s?
A grocery store dry brand like Pedigree or Beneful. 2 3.17%
Grocery store canned food--Cesar Milan's, etc. 0 0%
Organic pet store dry food. 2 3.17%
Organic pet store canned food. 0 0%
High quality commercial foods--Call of the Wild, Blue Buffalo, etc. 35 55.56%
Raw diet. 8 12.70%
Homemade! 3 4.76%
A variety of the above. 9 14.29%
Other--please specify 4 6.35%
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Old 09-11-2013, 10:43 PM
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Annamaet is what I feed my dog and cat, great company and my animals thrive on it!!
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Taste of the Wild rotation. She was on Bison and Venison and now she's on Wild Boar
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Mix of Orijen, raw and home-cooked.

Flaming - the ingredients in PC dog food are decent but it's pretty darn high carb and high grain. After the first two ingredients, the next three ingredients are all grains.
It's only a small part of the rotation and I plan on using it for the colder months when she'll need the extra carbs, though some flavors have better ingredients than others. I don't have any bags now so I can't check but I was sure that one flavor at least had the first 3 ingredients meat or meat product.

But you need to get the nutriction first and not the extra meaty. The extra meaty has way more grain than the nutriction first.


They do have a grain free variety as well
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Calypso eats 4Health Small Bits, a chicken and fish formula. 4Health is Tractor Supply's house brand, manufactured by Diamond (...what isn't?). It is really great if you want to go a step above Iams/Eukanuba level but don't need high-end sporting dog performance.
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NOW fresh grain free small breed all ages by petcurran Jessie is absolute thriving on it!

For charlie NOW fresh grain free senior also by petcurran and he doesnt smell like he used to when on roya canin mature large breed. he is alot healthier on it
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Started Orijen a few weeks ago. Used to feed Fromm's grain-free lines. Seeming to prefer and do better on Orijen. Only downside is she needs to eat more (used to eat 2 1/4- 2 1/2 cups a day on Fromm, needs 2 1/2-2 3/4 on Orijen to maintain her weight. Only time I've ever had to feed more than what the bag recommends)
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Old 09-12-2013, 12:20 AM
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Most of the time I make chicken with broccoli or yams, sometimes fish or hamburger (not as much) and try to mix some dry food in..Simply Nourish or Blue.
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Bon Mascota High Energy, a dry Kibble from my local pet store, it's not really expensive, the quality is quite good and Natasha's fur looks way better.
But I'm sure you never heard the name xD (It's not even on the Internet, the one that appears it's not the same I'm feeding)
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Prey model raw, here.
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Most of the year at the moment she eats Earthborn Holistics Coastal Catch but I am thinking about changing to a different variety next bag. Its supplemented with vitamins, kelp, and a joint support additive all from Nature's Pharmacy. She also gets fresh fruits and veggies, as well as a rolio as a treat from time to time. Once a year for about a month she has an allergic reaction to, I think a particular grass that is blooming in my area. It happens at the same time every year. So then we have less kibble, a simple protein...salmon or chicken...simple carb...potatoes or rice with the veggies and vitamins, benedryl and vitamin e until the month is over and then its back to normal.
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