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    Hi guys I am a new owner of a beautiful puppy and the guy I got if from said he feeds all his dogs Royal Canin because that is the best so I have been feeding him that for 2 months. He is about to be 3 months and from what I have read it is not good for them? I am just looking for some feedback and some pointers to what you guys think is better for the puppy. Thanks

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    congrats on the new puppy. I just got a new one as well. I came here for advice too and I was told of course raw is best, but if you want to feed a kibble which I did, acana or orijen is the best. I ended up going with taste of the wild but due to info about a lawsuit I have changed mine to earthborn puppy vantage grain free. alot of bullies are allergic to chicken , my previous 2 were, and the earthborn puppy has chicken but so far she is doing great on it. food choices are so hard. lol. post a pic!

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    Congrats on the new pup. We feed all our pups FROMM Puppy Gold, in the pink bag, and have always had good luck with it. Once they get about 7 moths of age, we switch to adult food, as puppy food is too high in protein for a bulldog. We feed FROMM 4 star grain free Hasen Duckenfeffer and they do well on it.
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    Welcome!

    Some of the good quality kibble we normally recommend are Acana, Orijen, Fromm, Zignature, Earthborn Holistics. There are others as well...dogfoodadvisor.com is a good website to check out.

    Let's see pictures of your baby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbrugs View Post
    Welcome!

    Some of the good quality kibble we normally recommend are Acana, Orijen, Fromm, Zignature, Earthborn Holistics. There are others as well...dogfoodadvisor.com is a good website to check out.

    Let's see pictures of your baby!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldogged View Post
    Hi guys I am a new owner of a beautiful puppy and the guy I got if from said he feeds all his dogs Royal Canin because that is the best so I have been feeding him that for 2 months. He is about to be 3 months and from what I have read it is not good for them? I am just looking for some feedback and some pointers to what you guys think is better for the puppy. Thanks
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    Default Re: New Bulldog owner

    So glad I've seen this because i feed my 14wk male EB "Royal Canin". I'll definitely be changing his food now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kadii93 View Post
    So glad I've seen this because i feed my 14wk male EB "Royal Canin". I'll definitely be changing his food now.
    The ones mentioned are all good, but North American. You have some excellent dog foods made in UK or Europe, eg. Tribal cold pressed dog food. It's the only cold pressed dog food that doesn't use dried protein meal, and instead uses fresh meat that is processed at 95 celsius.

    Another eg. Farmina Natural and Delicious Pumpkin Puppy Medium and Maximum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dollys Owner View Post
    The ones mentioned are all good, but North American. You have some excellent dog foods made in UK or Europe, eg. Tribal cold pressed dog food. It's the only cold pressed dog food that doesn't use dried protein meal, and instead uses fresh meat that is processed at 95 celsius.

    Another eg. Farmina Natural and Delicious Pumpkin Puppy Medium and Maximum
    Seems in U.K. Acana is from Canada. I got to find where I saw this... have like a damm library links on dog food..lol

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