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I have noticed they always seem to pick the recipe with chicken to rate!
 
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I have noticed they always seem to pick the recipe with chicken to rate!
I’ve noticed that too and a lot on raw n dry which of course can happen but lately like, give me a break with this bs. I’ve stopped posting in here their reviews. FDA seems to be appearing often. The biggest corrupt organization on the planet. Pet owners like take some n leave some.
 

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yep - I noticed and stopped using it as a gage :(
 

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Dog Food Advisors has lost their mojo? The the things they advise isnt like it use to be. Advising more towards grains, like whoa.
I have stopped using them as a resource for awhile but I for one have no issues whatsoever feeding a high quality kibble that has grains. Both my girls have grains in their kibble and Ella has been eating it for over 4 years with absolutely not one issue at all...no yeast, no tear stains, nothing. I personally don't like all the peas and legumes they use in grain free.
 
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I have stopped using them as a resource for awhile but I for one have no issues whatsoever feeding a high quality kibble that has grains. Both my girls have grains in their kibble and Ella has been eating it for over 4 years with absolutely not one issue at all...no yeast, no tear stains, nothing. I personally don't like all the peas and legumes they use in grain free.
True, you most certainly can use kibbles. You will always find some sort of grain even in high quality kibbles. I mean I’ve used Acana, Orijen which are top kibbles but yes I did also add raw toppers to make sure I stay on top of their gut flora. And knowing you, you will go out of your way to read what’s the ingredients n will make the right choice.
 

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True, you most certainly can use kibbles. You will always find some sort of grain even in high quality kibbles. I mean I’ve used Acana, Orijen which are top kibbles but yes I did also add raw toppers to make sure I stay on top of their gut flora. And knowing you, you will go out of your way to read what’s the ingredients n will make the right choice.
I most definitely check the ingredients as there are certain things I would never feed my dogs. And I rotate between giving freeze dried raw or raw organs as toppers plus they get raw goat's milk or fermented fish stock, etc.
 

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