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Thread: Dr Tim's kinesis or Fromm puppy gold

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    Default Dr Tim's kinesis or Fromm puppy gold

    Ben was hopefully conceived last week...

    Narrowed my choice to these two . Any opinions?
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    Both are really good foods.... I'm a big fan of Dr. Tim's. Have my second dog on it who had lost 10lbs over the winter. I know the vet thought she had the Big "C"... she has gained her weight back, energy level is up, decreased stool volume. All is good.
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    I have fed my young dog both as I like switching foods. No issues switching with quality foods like Tim's and Fromm. Started with Fromm and as my young dog matured I switched to Dr. Tim's Pursuit.

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    Both are really good foods.... I'm a big fan of Dr. Tim's. Have my second dog on it who had lost 10lbs over the winter. I know the vet thought she had the Big "C"... she has gained her weight back, energy level is up, decreased stool volume. All is good.
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    I think Dr. Tim's is the best food on the market right now. I switched my dog to it about 6-7 months ago and I couldn't be happier

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    I've got my dogs on Fromm and very happy with it.
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    I started my pup on Fromm's Gold Large Breed Puppy and at 8 months switched her to Dr Tim's Pursuit and she is doing really well.

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    Dr. Tim's... My youg dog started on pro Plan Sport when he came home from breeder. I didn't like how his pasterns were developing so i switched to Kinesis at 3 months old.. Things corrected right up and I kept him on that till 6 months of age.. Now he is on Pursuit with my other 2 and doing great.. I plan on using Kinesis for any litters whelped
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    No experience with Fromms but have heard good things about it. My male is on Dr. Tim's Pursuit and has been for months now and is doing fantastic on it, I just switched my 7-8 month old little girl to Dr. Tim's Pursuit as well and she is doing fantastic on it as well. Dogs look great, energy levels are through the roof, the amount of food being fed is smaller and still maintaining a very good weight, their stools are great and they love the food. So far, I couldn't be happier with what I am seeing with them being on Dr. Tim's
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    As Tony and Susan said, they are both excellent foods and you really can't go wrong with either.

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    Why do some of you switch around 8 months?

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