I'm currently feeding Pro Plan Performance 30/20, and the dogs do very well on it. Because I've heard so many good things about Dr. Tim's, I have purchased some to try on a few of my personal dogs. At this point, I don't know for sure which direction I will eventually go, since I need to give it a couple of months on Dr. Tim's to evaluate and compare.
My question is this: When you send your dog off for training and it comes home again, would you prefer it to be on a feed that is easily available everywhere vs. one that needs to be ordered online and shipped to you, once your dog comes back home? Or will you simply switch back to whatever you were feeding before the dog went off for training?
My main concern, if I do switch all the dogs over to Dr. Tim's, is the lack of local availability of the dog food for client dogs when they leave here to go back home. PPP is available everywhere. A lot of the dogs that come here are already on PPP, and most that leave here stay on it, even if they weren't when they arrived.
I guess I'm trying to decide whether or not to offer Dr. Tim's as an option for the training dogs, or stick to ProPlan for all the client dogs (all depending, of course, on how the trial period goes). I'm just curious as to your thoughts. Thanks!