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Thread: What's your choice of Puppy Food?

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    Default What's your choice of Puppy Food?

    Intersted to see what everyone is feeding puppies. I will be getting a new puppy in mid Feburary and looking to see what my options are for food.
    Thanks for any input, good or bad.

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    I have fed Eukanuba sporting dog loved it. Using Nutri Source super perf now cause I work for that company.

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    Earthborn Holistic. I am keeping a friend's chocolate Lab right now. The dog is being fed Eukanuba puppy provided by my friend. The dog's coat is fairly dull and he has flaky skin.
    "When a good trainer stops learning about dogs, he stops being a good trainer." the late Gene Hill

    "If you want to find out what kind of trainer you are, leave your transmitter in the truck." the late Rex Carr

    http://www.earthbornholisticpetfood..../dog_formulas/

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    Dog Fuel large breed puppy formula from Country Vet. www.countryvetpetfood.com
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    HR UH Tealwood's Bogart JH "Bogart"
    HRCH UH Moreau's 12 Gauge Bossman "Jax"

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    www.llhrc.org

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    Native Level 3 Puppy
    Jesse

    HR SHR JR'S GUNNY DOG "ERMEY"
    SR JR'S MARSH MANGLING MINDY
    JR'S LNR THICKET THRASHING TRIXIE

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    Look at the top couple of posts under product review on the same subject.
    Training Isn't Expensive..... IT'S PRICELESS!

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    Fromm large breed puppy. Its made in my home state of Wisconsin and a very good food with very good ingredients.

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    I like Dr. Tim's Kinesis for puppies. 26/16. Small company out of the UP of Michigan that has quickly become one of the top feeds for competition. The other three formulas he offers are too rich for puppies.

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    4Health Puppy for 12 months. No Soy, No Corn, No Wheat, No Meat By-Products.

    Great coat, firm stools and an overall healthy pup now 14 months old, Lean/Ideal - 74 lbs

    He's now on 4Health Performance.

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    Purina Puppy Chow for large breeds. I have never had a problem this this food and have always had healthy puppies.

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