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    I saw three-year-old English bulldog today when we took Bruno downtown for a walk, he had an amazingly soft and shiny coat. They said the only thing they do is feed him Forza10 Oto. At $78.90 for 18 lbs. it has to be just about the most expensive food that I've found so far. It's making fromm's look like a bargain.

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    Pricey! I've seen EBs too like those and I asked what kind of food they feed them. One said Blackwood


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    But it's different for every bullies though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by USCgirl81 View Post
    Pricey! I've seen EBs too like those and I asked what kind of food they feed them. One said Blackwood


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    Did a little research on Blackwood it seems to be a decent food rated somewhere about the same as Fromm maybe a little above and seems to be priced a little more moderately right between the taste of the wild that I'm buying now and the cost of Fromm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb190e View Post
    Did a little research on Blackwood it seems to be a decent food rated somewhere about the same as Fromm maybe a little above and seems to be priced a little more moderately right between the taste of the wild that I'm buying now and the cost of Fromm.
    I tried TOTW venison for my boys and Brett kept licking his paws and was red so I switched to Fromm. So far so good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by USCgirl81 View Post
    I tried TOTW venison for my boys and Brett kept licking his paws and was red so I switched to Fromm. So far so good.


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    My golden retriever is constantly licking his paws, he's on taste of the wild. no problems with Bruno yet he's on taste of the wild puppy venison. Soon as my last bag of food is gone I want to switch them both to the same food and try to get rid of this paw licking. I wish Fromm was $10 cheaper a bag. Getting taste of the wild 30lb bags for $42.50 each. Fromm Beef Frittata Veg is around $68. For 28lb bags. And for two dogs that's quite a jump.

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    So- they seem to have a ton of various foods.

    First one I chose is "Dermo" from their Active line. I chose it because it's for dogs with skin issues.
    First five ingredients: potatoes, anchovy meal, vegetable oil, fish oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols), dried beet pulp. Based solely on this, I'd pass. Not something I would feed my bullies.


    Then I checked their "Lamb" formula from their Maintenance Evolution line.
    First five ingredients: ground rice, lamb meal, fish oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols), hydrolyzed potato protein, brewer’s yeast, minerals. Again, I would not feed this to my bulldogs.

    I also checked Dog Food Advisor but couldn't find this company, or any of it's foods listed.

    There's a lot going on when you check out their page. Lots of pretty words, and lines like "founded by veterinarians" and "holistic" etc. But what it comes down to is quality ingredients, the kibble I checked (which were more than the two I listed above) do not seem to contain any.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nycbullymama View Post
    So- they seem to have a ton of various foods.

    First one I chose is "Dermo" from their Active line. I chose it because it's for dogs with skin issues.
    First five ingredients: potatoes, anchovy meal, vegetable oil, fish oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols), dried beet pulp. Based solely on this, I'd pass. Not something I would feed my bullies.


    Then I checked their "Lamb" formula from their Maintenance Evolution line.
    First five ingredients: ground rice, lamb meal, fish oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols), hydrolyzed potato protein, brewer’s yeast, minerals. Again, I would not feed this to my bulldogs.

    I also checked Dog Food Advisor but couldn't find this company, or any of it's foods listed.

    There's a lot going on when you check out their page. Lots of pretty words, and lines like "founded by veterinarians" and "holistic" etc. But what it comes down to is quality ingredients, the kibble I checked (which were more than the two I listed above) do not seem to contain any.

    That's where I found it rated four out of five stars dog food advisor.

    Blackwood Grain Free and Sensitive Diet Dog Food | Review and Rating

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb190e View Post
    That's where I found it rated four out of five stars dog food advisor.

    Blackwood Grain Free and Sensitive Diet Dog Food | Review and Rating

    HOLD ON.. Blackwood is Forza10? We're not talking about the same food.

    The first post said "Forza10" Forza10 is Nutraceutic. What does Blackwood have to do with it?


    My post was only talking about Forza10, not any other formula..

    eta: I was only replying to the OP.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nycbullymama View Post
    HOLD ON.. Blackwood is Forza10? We're not talking about the same food.

    The first post said "Forza10" Forza10 is Nutraceutic. What does Blackwood have to do with it?


    My post was only talking about Forza10, not any other formula..

    eta: I was only replying to the OP.
    Sorry, change directions on you. You're right I couldn't find a whole lot of reviews for Forza10. The person that I ran into said her fathers is a vet. And he recommends this food to all Bulldogs. so I'm sure they get it a lot cheaper than the price I found.

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