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    I'm currently giving Victor's 24/20 a try.
    So far so good.
    I paid $30 for 40 pounds.
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    I feed Loyall Professional Formula and my dogs do very good on it.

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    I'm curious if anyone has tried "Blue Buffalo" dog food.


    • NO chicken or poultry by-product meals
    • NO artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives
    • NO corn, wheat or soy, as they have been linked to allergic reactions in some dogs


    Looks good but I'm curious if its just marketing

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    We feed Precise and love it (corn / wheat / soy free)
    some dogs endurance 30/20 http://precisepet.com/dog-formulas/p...dry/endurance/
    some dogs competition 26/16 http://precisepet.com/dog-formulas/p...y/competition/

    When using their Puppy formula I actually go with the small / medium breed formula rather than the large breed b/c I like the ingredient ratio and fat/protein content better in that one. http://precisepet.com/dog-formulas/p...-medium-puppy/
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    I use "Blue Buffalo Wilderness". I have had no problems with it. It is a little pricey. But you could mix the regular formula with the "Wilderness" to more food that is grain free.

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    Exclusive for me, I've been sold on oit for about 7 years.
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    The Brand that doesn't give your dog the squirts is the one you should feed.

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    We've been feeding our lab a premium food made by Orijen out of Alberta, Canada.
    Every three-four months we switch between the "6-fish", "Adult" and "Regional Red" forumulas. These are all high protein, moderate fat, low carb blends. This has kept our lab's physical appearance such that we can always see the last rib of his rib cage and his weight has not fluctuated 2 pounds in the last six months. His coat gleams and his muscle tone continually draws attention and compliments.

    http://www.orijen.ca/

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    Quote Originally Posted by runnindawgz View Post
    We feed Precise and love it (corn / wheat / soy free)
    some dogs endurance 30/20 http://precisepet.com/dog-formulas/p...dry/endurance/
    some dogs competition 26/16 http://precisepet.com/dog-formulas/p...y/competition/

    When using their Puppy formula I actually go with the small / medium breed formula rather than the large breed b/c I like the ingredient ratio and fat/protein content better in that one. http://precisepet.com/dog-formulas/p...-medium-puppy/
    Precise is great food.

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    I am a faithful supporter of Loyall dog food !!

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