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    Default Question about dog food types

    Just wanted to ask what everyone uses? Or breeder uses Victor premium itdog good, just wondering if anyone has heard of it or use it, Thanks

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    Default Re: Question about dog food types

    I haven't heard of that one. We have a dog food ratings on our homepage that you might wanna check out. There are a lot of great foods but finding one that works for you is the hard part. I like Fromm grain free, many here feed that. @cowsmom knows a lot about food so she might know of this one.

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    Default Re: Question about dog food types

    I've never heard of that brand of food before, but we do have a dog food ratings on EBN. ( http://www.englishbulldognews.com/fo...g-Food-Ratings )

    A lot of people on this site feed their bully's Fromm grain free, I feed mine the Salmon Tunalinni flavor!
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    I check out dog food ratings also on the dogfoodadvisor.com and he rated it a 4 out of 6 and said it appears above average dry dog food. I always type in dog food advisor whatever name your wanting to find out and it will bring you to a page that breaks it down very clearly as to what everything in the dog food is about ect. Hope that helps

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    Victor dog food *EDITED* it is made locally in Texas, it is showing a 4 star on Dog food advisor (dont if that website is good or not).
    Last edited by JeannieCO; 01-17-2013 at 10:43 PM. Reason: link reference removed

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    I feed Fromm Game Bird Grain Free Kibble & The Honest Kitchen Dehydrated Raw as a topper
    I suffer from "M.B.S." (Multiple Bulldog Syndrome)
    because one bulldog is NEVER enough!!

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    We're feeding Natural Balance fish and potato, but are searching for something else. Thinking about trying Acana Pacifica.

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    Default Re: Question about dog food types

    its an ok food is all i can say. the grain free ones look to be a bit better than the others. there are better foods out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowsmom View Post
    its an ok food is all i can say. the grain free ones look to be a bit better than the others. there are better foods out there.
    @cowsmom, When we got Summer back in Oct, the Breeder recommended Royal Canine for Bullies. Then a trainer recommended Canidane. Summer just had three procedures about three weeks ago. Spayed, Cherry Eye removal, and the folds around her pee pee part because of reoccurring UTIs. But something else she has had for awhile is bloodshot eyes. Everything I read leads me to believe it may be a food allergy. I am considering trying the Nature's Logic brand. What r ur thoughts?

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