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    Thank you very much for sharing the websites on dog food. Hope the dog lovers will find the post helpful...

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    Thanks a lot for the post a lot of the foods I thought were good food turns out not to be

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    Thank you very much for sharing the websites on dog food. In my opinion, Pedigree is another name in the dog food industry that is trusted by millions of dog owners. No wonder, dogfoodadvisor recommends the Pedigree Complete Nutrition Adult Dry Dog Food. If you want complete nutrition for your canine then this formula is all you need. Most pet parents had pointed out that their canine loves the taste of this vegetable and rice flavored food. Here you will find more suggestions on dog food...https://itday.com/dog/dog-food-advis...ew-much-trust/

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    Hi. I confused about the grain free or not to go grain free for my puppy. My vet said that grain free isn’t good from what they’ve found with cardiomyopathy and it was best not to limit products at this stage and not to treat him as though he has allergies when we don’t know yet. What are other people thoughts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueBee View Post
    Hi. I confused about the grain free or not to go grain free for my puppy. My vet said that grain free isn’t good from what they’ve found with cardiomyopathy and it was best not to limit products at this stage and not to treat him as though he has allergies when we don’t know yet. What are other people thoughts.
    Yes there’s a big discussion out there with vets and putting down grain free kibbles. There’s actually a few threads in here about it. I use to feed all my dogs Orijen and/or Acana. My dogs never died cause they were fed. My German Shepherd was fed only Orijen. He was very healthy and solid like a wall. My brindle Nyala as a pup she ate home cooking to get rid of her crystals. Then she was fed Acana one protein per bag so I can determine “if” she would have any allergies towards a protein. She never idid. Then Duke came along and had somewhat issues on n off loosing tiny bites of hair. So I decided to to put both on raw and that basically solved that issue. Here’s a great video. Regarding grain free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueBee View Post
    Hi. I confused about the grain free or not to go grain free for my puppy. My vet said that grain free isn’t good from what they’ve found with cardiomyopathy and it was best not to limit products at this stage and not to treat him as though he has allergies when we don’t know yet. What are other people thoughts.
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