Sylvia Frazier tried the cheapest. tried the most expensive...no grain .. too much grain ...brand names ... smaller-store brands, et cetera. what did i find was the results from the youngens reactions, amount of energy and weight fluctuation? they are more likely to barely taste the store brands, ate the most from the middle-of-line brands (particularly the cheaper alpo) and had to bribe them to eat the expensive (no grains) stuff. outcome = the treats at dollar TRee store CAN be the most nutritional (avid label reader), the mainstay dogfood is the alpo, buying discounted meat (which is the key to this diet) and throwing in things like white rice for weight stability and homemade breads just because they allllll have an affinity for this delicacy. we all come out - winning!!
Jessica Angel I feed my dogs Blue dog food. I am wondering if anyone else feeds their dogs the same or maybe something better? I also wonder sometimes if our fur babies get tiered of eating the same thing all the time.
Peg Asus Right now we use a brand called Nature's Variety because our dog needed to put on some weight. We were told that we could transition her to Canidae once she reached an ideal weight. I am looking forward to that because Canidae costs half of what Nature's Variety does
Ronald Lane Below is a link for free Cesar dog food sample called, Tray it Forward. Just insert your name and email address and send to your friend for your friend to order a free sample of their dog food.Or, just send the invite to yourself via another email
Email will arrive in inbox or spam folder and only need to include address to have it mailed.
Mac Pike When I had my dogs I fed them chicken and chuck steak and they thrived. There was a pan of high quality dry dog food available to them at all times but they rarely touched it. I could not afford to do this today.
M. L. Monroe Dogs and cats are carnivores which means that if they were living on their own without humans to provide for them they would be eating ONLY meat probably they'd be eating mice, rats, birds and anything else it could kill. Sooo, who had the bright idea that grains or veggies would make good dog food?
Ronald Lane Here is a educational production by a US made dog food treat company over concerns that dog treats are tainted in China arriving here in the USA
In China, over 80% of people worry about food safety. Excessive pesticide use, illegal additives, diseased livestock, and "gutter oil" are their primary concerns. If one billion people are scared of their country's human food supply, then US pet parents should be alarmed about the pet food (and it's constituent ingredients) the US is importing from China.
From pesticides, feed additives, heavy metals, coal tar, and other toxins, this video looks at the environmental conditions in China that are poisoning China's people and their pet food exports.
This educational video is sponsored by Goodness Gracious (www.GoodnessGraciousTreats.com) US maker of healthy USA sourced, 100% human-grade pet treats.
Sandy Weinstein i use a combo of dry and raw. i use holistic select, no grain. i also use raw, blue ridge raw, raw venison (for human consumption), no salted string beans, baby carrots, kale and mustard greens steamed in olive oil, water only canned sardines, plus their vitamins and supplements. when feeding dog food, look at the ingredients, where they come from, where the food is made, check to see if there are any recalls, dont buy food from grocery stores, etc. terrible...also check to make sure you are feeding the right combo as far as protein %, etc. some dogs cant take a higher amt of protein, will get diarrhea or feed to low, will have other problems, think abt what dogs ate in the wild many yrs ago, meat, greens, no grains...