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    Quote Originally Posted by racer View Post
    Yes they have Blue near me.At Petsmart and a Tractor supply company.Breeder has the on Iams.Not a fan of commercialized food.
    im not suggesting u leave him on the iams forever but im telling u is stress can cause compromised immune systems n lead to mange and things so the less stress to ur new puppy the better. so for a few weeks i would leave him on the iams then switch to something else very gradually as bullies can have sensitive digestions. if u must have an order i would pick the victor, totw, then 4health. honestly id use victor or blue buffalo till they get older since that is what seems available but thats something u have to decide for urself. blue has grain free puppy formulas but the wilderness can get a bit pricey and wellness core is good to and has a puppy formula.

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    @racer How is Speedy?
    Abbey is looking for a forever home

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowsmom View Post
    im not suggesting u leave him on the iams forever but im telling u is stress can cause compromised immune systems n lead to mange and things so the less stress to ur new puppy the better. so for a few weeks i would leave him on the iams then switch to something else very gradually as bullies can have sensitive digestions. if u must have an order i would pick the victor, totw, then 4health. honestly id use victor or blue buffalo till they get older since that is what seems available but thats something u have to decide for urself. blue has grain free puppy formulas but the wilderness can get a bit pricey and wellness core is good to and has a puppy formula.
    Thanks,they have Wellness at both stores.Was looking at ingredients and seems to be a good food.Tractor Supple is closer to me and only has Wellness puppy in Super5mix in a yellow bag. Is that one good. They didnt have the wellness core in puppy.. What do you think of the I should get out of those you mentioned.
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    @racer How is Speedy?
    Speedy looks like he's doing well.Thanks!

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    Glad to hear that!
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    @racer-at petsmart they have a dog food called Simply Nourish, it is a 4 star food and it also comes in grain free. For the 15 lb bag of puppy it is 24.99. I was having trouble with my puppy and found out she is allergic to beef, chicken, lamb, and bison along with turkey so they have a salmon grain free food I get for 41.00 for 24 lbs. I have my older one on Earthborn food the bison and she does really good on it and loves it! Both I would say are good goods for the money and that is a big plus with me! I also like that they are easy to find like the one at petsmart not that I need another reason to go there but it is nice to be able to get it when I need it. For me what I have found is that if you switch a food instead of mixing the kibble tell they are eventually switched over instead I do the bland diet for 3 to 4 days then slowly start adding kibble to that tell switched over. If you don't do the bland diet and with a young puppy it tends to give them the runs this I am a pro on as I just went through weeks of this with my puppy. I also went through 6 different types of food before finding the simply nourish brand and that finally worked! We live on a budget as well so its all about getting the bang for your buck. Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeasmom2008 View Post
    @racer-at petsmart they have a dog food called Simply Nourish, it is a 4 star food and it also comes in grain free. For the 15 lb bag of puppy it is 24.99. I was having trouble with my puppy and found out she is allergic to beef, chicken, lamb, and bison along with turkey so they have a salmon grain free food I get for 41.00 for 24 lbs. I have my older one on Earthborn food the bison and she does really good on it and loves it! Both I would say are good goods for the money and that is a big plus with me! I also like that they are easy to find like the one at petsmart not that I need another reason to go there but it is nice to be able to get it when I need it. For me what I have found is that if you switch a food instead of mixing the kibble tell they are eventually switched over instead I do the bland diet for 3 to 4 days then slowly start adding kibble to that tell switched over. If you don't do the bland diet and with a young puppy it tends to give them the runs this I am a pro on as I just went through weeks of this with my puppy. I also went through 6 different types of food before finding the simply nourish brand and that finally worked! We live on a budget as well so its all about getting the bang for your buck. Hope this helps
    Thanks,I'll go check it out.

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