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Judging by its ingredients alone, Beef and More looks like a below-average dry dog food.
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I have been feeding Molly (70lb lab/shep mix…4 yrs. old) Diamond Naturals Grain-free dog food…..beef and sweet potato
for almost 2 1/2 months, along with an expensive powder supplement called Dinovite. She seems to be itching less, but then all of a sudden she will chew really hard and quick an area of her body….I determined no more cortisone shots and will probably stay on Dinovite supplement for now. It is originally a 90-day period to see if this stops the itching and chewing?? Any suggestions. My groomer said chicken is better than beef, but her stools are nice and firm and chicken may cause loose stools
.She is still pooping three times a day, so I don’t know? Maybe I’m just a neurotic pet owner…lol.
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The "25%" or "dinner" rule applies to many canned and dry products. If the named ingredients comprise at least 25% of the product (not counting the water for processing), but less than 95%, the name must include a qualifying descriptive term, such as “Dinner” as in "Beef Dinner for Dogs." Counting the added water, the named ingredients still must comprise 10% of the product. Many descriptors other than "dinner" are used, however, with "Platter," "Entree," "Nuggets" and "Formula" being a few examples. In the example “Beef Dinner for Dogs” only one-quarter of the product must be beef, and beef would most likely be the third or fourth ingredient on the ingredient list. Because the primary ingredient is not always the named ingredient, and may in fact be an ingredient that the consumer does not wish to feed, the ingredient list should always be checked before purchase. For example, a cat owner may have learned from his or her finicky feline to avoid buying products with fish in it, because the cat doesn't like fish. However, a "Chicken Formula Cat Food" may not always be the best choice, since some "chicken formulas" may indeed contain fish, and sometimes may contain even more fish than chicken. A quick check of the ingredient list would avert this mistake. Home » I and Love and You Grain Free Raw Homemade Dog Food Raw Raw Beef Boom Ba Dinner Dry Dog Food…MORE. 0.
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LESS IS A WHOLE LOT MORE: Raw Dog Food Made from free-ranging, Wisconsin grass-fed USDA beef, meaty bones and whole organ meats. You will never find any grains, fillers, preservatives, or coloring in any of our products. Made in the USA.Last month, William Sikorski opened up a can of Beef N’ More dog food and found the foreign object. He said he normally mixes canned dog food with dry dog food and found it by accident.An East Texas dog owner found a piece of plastic in a can of Beef N’ More dog food. And he wants to warn other pet owners to be cautious of what is in your pet’s food.ALPO® Gravy Cravers With Beef In Gravy* contains 25% more protein than the leading canned competitor’s adult dog food. It’s also made with high-quality protein sources, 23 vitamins and minerals, and is 100% complete and balanced for all life stages. Gravy Cravers gives your dog total nourishment and great gravy flavor to lick to his heart’s content. ALPO® Gravy Cravers With Beef In Gravy* contains 25% more protein than the leading canned competitor’s adult dog food. It’s also made with high-quality protein sources, 23 vitamins and minerals, and is 100% complete and balanced for all life stages. Gravy Cravers gives your dog total nourishment and great gravy flavor to lick to his heart’s content. William Sikorski is like most pet owners, he always makes sure his three dogs are well fed. A month ago,when William opened up some "Beef N' More" dog food, what he found was more indeed-- a piece of plastic, right there in the dog food. "I always mix the can dog food with the dry dog food and I found it merely by accident. It kind of upset me when I found it," said Sikorski. William contacted Beef N' More, which is based right here in Texas. He got a refund check in the mail, but says, that's not enough. "It's more than a check, it's the point that something that was foreign was found in the dog food which, doesn't need to be there. I want to be sure that the company is doing their part so it won't happen again."