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Hello, ive been feeding my dog 4 health grain free large breed for sometime now. She is a 1 yr old 55lb Lab. I was planning yo switch from their large breed to an adult forumla. But Ive just noticed that the food smells like vomit :-/
And its not just my bag, my parents feed their dog the same and theirs smells the same.

So im going to switch to Taste of the Wild. Its around the same price and of the same quality. But they have like 7 different forumlas and give very little info on their website about the differences of their forumlas. So, does anyone know which I should get for my pup? Thanks

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I was told by the woman at our local pet food supply that TOTW is a "rotational food", meaning you can rotate from flavor to flavor after each bag so that your dog gets different types of proteins.
 

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As long as your dog doesn't have any food allergies or intolerances you can get any one you want. If you know your dog has a preference or does really well on a certain kind of source protean you could try that in totw, or you could get a few smaller bags of each kind and see which one your dog likes and or does best on.
Really one of the biggest differences between the formula's is the source protean. You can also compare the kcals and guaranteed analysis of each formula.
 

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I reckon this is about as gooda place as any for my first post here... I have been serving TOTW to my mutts for 8 years now and found the "High Prairie Canine" the best tolerated. Both dogs tended to smell funny on anything containing pork and they turned their noses at the fish stuff, so I stuck with the Bison/Venison blend right up to today. My feeling is it is the best choice of dry kibble and I don't mind saying so.

However, lately I have been only serving ~half cup per day, combined with a home recipe I shall post in the proper forum a bit later. I have served many, many other makers products only to always return to TOTW for one reason or another. Age is the only reason I have started serving home-made and use TOTW as a nutrient booster.
 

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I reckon this is about as gooda place as any for my first post here... I have been serving TOTW to my mutts for 8 years now and found the "High Prairie Canine" the best tolerated. Both dogs tended to smell funny on anything containing pork and they turned their noses at the fish stuff, so I stuck with the Bison/Venison blend right up to today. My feeling is it is the best choice of dry kibble and I don't mind saying so.

However, lately I have been only serving ~half cup per day, combined with a home recipe I shall post in the proper forum a bit later. I have served many, many other makers products only to always return to TOTW for one reason or another. Age is the only reason I have started serving home-made and use TOTW as a nutrient booster.
Thanks for the input. High prarie is the one i eneded up going with so im glad other have had great success with it!

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I've been feeding TOTW for 5 years. I have 6 dogs and I mix Pacific Stream with other flavors and all are doing great. I have a blue Doberman and she has serious skin issue, which cleared up after putting her on TOTW.
 
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