HRCH Play It Again, Sam MH *** "Sam"
Scout's High Calibre "Colt"
Slippin' Up the Holler "Dooley"
Lucky Number Seven VII "Layla"
HRCH Scaupgetters Tarnation QAA
HR Blackie 2 CGN, WCI
Metras's Hashtag Mickey
"Knowing how important right timing is in accomplishing right actions"
"Some people pride themselves on how far they can shoot ducks, others pride themselves on how close they can get them. I'm an other!!! "
John Stephens RNT
HRCH Wilson's Grand Prairie Pintail
I only offer this information as a data point in anyone's analysis of dog food. I spoke with a respresentative of a dog food company at the NARC last week and they indicated that based on their inquires approximately 86% of contestants in 2014 NARC feed their dogs PPP 30/20. And 18 of 20 finalist used PPP 30/20.
This information is very consistent with what I learned at 2012 NRC.
I hope this is helpful....
Like others have mentioned, you can get dog food shipped to your door for free through chewy.com (and maybe other places). I now get Dr. Tim's delivered as I can't find it locally.
i played chinese checkers with a guy who was 98 at the old folks home the other day. i think he will be ok (actuarially speaking), but should i be worried?
Diamond natural is I believe a 4 star dog food - no corn, no soy, no wheat. Mernards and Fleetfarm carry it for about 27-30$ per 40lb bag I believe. Diamond has recalls mostly attributable to corn smutt - no corn - no corn smutt. They also have a all life stage dog food now with no grain at all and I think it is a 28lb bag or better for about 35-38$ a bag at Mernards. So far I have found these products to have the best ingredients for a fair price. If anyone out there has anything better for the same or less - would love to see what it is. I am always looking at labels and I am usually so intensely reading the labels I always get the, may I help you... I was really disappointed in Blue - it is not the dog food it used to be and should not command the price it does now. Did you know recalls are not mandatory for dog food? I am glad Diamonds is good enough to own up to it and do the recalls. Like I said - I look at labels on a regular bases. Tractor Supply has a dog food called 4-Health that is a tractor supply brand that the ingredients and price are not too bad.