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    I wonder if anyone is feeding this brand. Your opinions please.Thanks

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    I have not tried it, but it has no meat just by-product.

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    I have feed several bags of the active adult 26\19 blend, seems to be a good feed for around .75 cents a pound. Low fiber and moisture also in the AA

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    I have been feeding it for the last few months and have been very pleased. Professional Formula. Dogs look good, teeth look good, holding a nice weight, seem to recover well, and stools are firm and consistent. I get a full 50 pound bag at a good price and so far have been very pleased. The Regional Distributor is very responsive to requests for support for kennels, as well as the sport. So far so good.
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    Going on my third month of feeding loyall products and I'm very pleased so far. Made the switch from Eukanuba and it was a easy transition for my dogs. Like Brian said, so far my dogs are doing great on it.

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    Folsom, Question? "Going on my third month of feeding loyall products and I'm very pleased so far. Made the switch from Eukanuba and it was a easy transition for my dogs. Like Brian said, so far my dogs are doing great on it. " Why did you switch? My breeder recommended 1/2 Loyall and 1/2 Euk for an adult active dog but we don't have Loyall here in Alaska. Thanks. Don

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    thanks for your input, I have fed purina performance for quite awhile and although I have no complaints other than the price and their continual changes of names I wanted to try loyall for awhile.

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    I dont know what the deal is but, I just went to buy a bag from Tractor Supply Company and I guess they discontinued carrying it. Since my local TSC will no longer carry I would imagine I will have to stop feeding it because I cant get it for a decent price anywhere else. Fortunately they replaced its place on the shelf with a very expensive feed that Science Diet that I know I never feed my dogs lol

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    We recently made the switch to Loyall from Taste of the Wild. I was not around for the initial transition because it took place when she was sent off to the trainer. However, I have been impressed with the results I have seen from the Professional Formula. Shiny coat, white teeth, good stools, etc. Also, the Pro formula has done a great job keeping weight on her as well.

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    sounds good, they have the pro formula at Big R for $34+ for the 40lbs. bag

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