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    Has anyone tried Simply Nourish food? I am getting a 4 year old female bully and she has been eating Kirkland food. Thanks!

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    Never heard of it.... I'll tag a few members to see if they know anything of it
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    Default Re: Simply Nourish

    Hi Jessica, I'm sorry I'm not familiar with that brand of dog food, but I looked it up under the Dog Food Ratings on the Home page for you. It is rated as a 3 Star Food, so it's to the worst food, but not considered the best either. You want to choose a 4 to 6 Star food for quality and nutrition. Examples of these are Wellness, Blue Buffalo, Fromm's, Orijen, and Arcana. When doing a food change, it's best to do a slow transition over 2 to 3 weeks. Start with 3/4 of the old food mixed with 1/4 of the new food, then 1/2 and 1/2, and then 3/4 of the new food mixed with 1/4 of the old food, and finally all new food. This will minimize tummy upsets and diarrhea.
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    I don't see this as being a top quality food, although it's not bad either. If you decide to try it out let us know how it goes.

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