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Go! Sensitivity + Shine Dog Food receives the Advisor’s mid-tier rating of 3.5 stars.
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I am curious, LisaLynn, how the Earthborn Holistic is going for your dogs? I am wanting to possibly switch in the near future but can’t find too many reviews about the food. I am also getting a new American Brittany pup soon and was wondering if it is a good choice for puppies? I also have a almost 3 year old Brittany and an 8 month old Brittany. We fed Blue Buffalo Wilderness Puppy Chicken Recipe and just switched to Simply Nourish Puppy Chicken and Rice. I am a little nervous about switching to Earthborn because it is a totally different meat source so the transition may be difficult for the poor guys. Anybody else on this thread please chime in if you have any feedback or answers. I would greatly appreciate it.
The Go! Fit and Free product line includes three grain-free dry dog foods.
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I LOVE the small breed senior! Our rescue Cavalier came with teeth problems, and several were removed. The small size or the dry food allows it to soften quickly when mixed with wet food. I supplement with cooked yams, broccoli, etc, as he likes variations. Our dog is over 10 years old now, and his coat is shiny, eye goobers are reduced, his energy level is great, and his weight is a very healthy 18 pounds. i’m glad that they can get in for you – i think it’s a good food for your dog
Photo provided by FlickrI just picked up a bag yesterday to try. Are meals in a dog food not good?
Photo provided by FlickrI did a Google search for “low fat dry dog food”. This site and were top suggestions.
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Under Food and Drug Administration regulations, only about 50 percent of a cow can be sold for human consumption. The hide, bones, digestive system and it contents, brain, feces, udders, and various other undesirable parts are all left over after a cow is slaughtered and butchered. The stuff that can’t even go into hotdogs gets consolidated and shipped to rendering plants. Slaughterhouses that handle pigs and chickens also send their leftovers to rendering plants. So do many other facilities that find themselves with large volumes of otherwise unusable dead animal parts, including animal shelters and veterinary clinics that euthanize a lot of animals.First, let’s take a step back. All dog foods should have a "best by" or "best before" date printed somewhere on the bag or can. Whenever possible, purchase bags or cans with dates that are as far in the future as possible. When you do this, you are buying the freshest food on the shelf. Keep in mind that these dates are not infallible, however. Food doesn’t expire the day after its "best by" date, and if the packaging has been compromised the food may go bad much sooner.Mega taste, Mega nutrition, for big dogs with big lives! A recipe that is well balanced on its own, MEGA is grain-free and packed with all the essential nutrition and goodness that your dog needs. Only the best ingredients are found in our award-winning pet foods. A savory medley of high quality lamb, beef and pork that is blended with fruits and vegetables to desired perfection, it’s the world’s best pet food made in New Zealand we’re sure your dog will love. Disney's "Lady and the Tramp" canoodled over a plate of spaghetti and meatballs. Your pooch can have pasta once in a while, too. Just make sure it's plain and cooked. Brown rice is a healthy whole grain your dog may gobble up. Mix some into her regular dog food to liven up her meal. Make human food a treat for your dog -- it should be no more than 5% to 10% of her diet. The rest should be dog food, which supplies the nutrients she needs.The reason I feed my dog Orijen is because I used to feed him Blue Buffalo. They changed their formula a few years ago and started using lesser quality ingredients. My dogs started to get ill and started to refuse their feedings. In fact they had a recall because a number of dogs became ill. At any rate I didn’t want to pay a premium dog food price for Old Roy quality. We are most happy with Orijen and Only Natural Pet. However, I would ask your vet about raw diet for puppies. Wonder whether their immune systems are developed enough for that.Hi Jacqueline, Thank you so much for your post, it makes perfect sense to me. I checked out the Zignature venison and, unfortunately, it has peas in it, which most all quality kibble seems to have. The problem is, my dog is allergic to peas. I am out of work right now and, unfortunately I cannot afford a raw diet. I am going to have to research some other brands of dog food. Thank you again, you have been most helpful!!!!!