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    Don't have any experience with it but I switched to Dr. Tims a month ago and so far so good.

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    I started the thread because I have been feeding one of my dogs on the Victor 30/20 for about a month with good results in terms of stools & appetite. Both had been a problem on previous feed. I'm considering moving all my Dogs to Victor & just wanted some experience from others.

    Another consideration is that I am opening a boarding kennel & will need to decide soon what feeds I'll offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Granddaddy View Post
    I started the thread because I have been feeding one of my dogs on the Victor 30/20 for about a month with good results in terms of stools & appetite. Both had been a problem on previous feed. I'm considering moving all my Dogs to Victor & just wanted some experience from others.

    Another consideration is that I am opening a boarding kennel & will need to decide soon what feeds I'll offer.
    I too had a problem with appetite with my previous food. Now with victor. The bowl might be on the ground for 3 or 4 mins before it's gone. Must taste pretty good.

    if u have a federal tax Id and you won't infringe on any other distributorships u could probably become one for your kennel. Mark up is like $3. So for example my dad goes through 16 in 2 months, plus one for me and 3 for myself. Then sell the other 30 bags for $3 markup and you are looking at making $90 every 2 months or roughly 3 bags of high performance 30/20 paid for. Over a year $540 or 18 bags/2 months usage paid for.

    There isnt any a minimum time frame (just min order size=1 ton=50 bags) that's just his usage to go through a ton

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    I've heard lots of good stuff about victor dog food, just cant seem to find it in canada. Been feeding fromm grain free

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    Been feeding it for two years....no probs ....love it. 20 + dogs

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    I will give it a try. I know I have had it with premium performsance.

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    My minimum order is 15 bags. Any version. I'm glad the 30/20 is working for you. By far the most popular food I sell to clients is the 24/20 but following a close second is the grain free joint health. Many of my obedience and boarding clients like it. The Yukon Salmon is also quite popular as it too is grain free.
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    My Pup is 10 months old. Started on Victor Performance at 8 weeks, and she has been in great shape the entire time.
    Great coat, stools, endurance, etc...

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    Been feeding the 30/20 teal bag since I came to Texas in January. So far I'm very pleased

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeOverby View Post
    By far the most popular food I sell to clients is the 24/20......
    What seems to make this ratio so popular? I'm a Euk 30/20 lifer, but all this talk of change has gotten me thinking....

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