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    PPP the best food going!! Love it!! Dogs have really good coats and are healthy and full of energy!!!That makes me happy!
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    The breeder of our youngest dog - now 13 mos. said to feed Pro Plan Performance (All Life Stages) and we have. She has thrived on it. Had a male that did real well on PP Sensitive Skin and Stomach. We've used Eukanuba (don't like it), Canidae (they changed their formula), Iams and Innova. I think it depends on the individual dog. Our trainer does use Pro Plan.

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    +1 on Fromm
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    I've fed nutro, taste of the wild, and another high protein food that I can't remember the name of. I fought loose stool since the day she came home on all 3. Granted her coat looked great and she was trim, but the stool bothered me. Switched to PPP and her stool firmed up. Still looks great and has been performing great since the switch. I'm sticking with PPP.
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    Victor, grain free. just under $1 a pound. My dogs love it, shinny coats, small stool. great energy.
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    I used PP for the life of my previous Lab ( 14 years) and I'm now feeding my 6 mos puppy PP Large Breed Puppy.
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    Big fan of Fromm 4 Star. Check out dogfoodadvisor.com

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    thanks for all the input and help everyone. just trying to make sure im doing the best i can to take care of my boy. I did look, and was a little surprised that on dogfoodadvisor.com PRO Plan is rated at 3 stars out of 5, does this surprise anyone else? The fromm that few of you mentioned was rated 5 out of 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loran Marmes (JR) View Post
    thanks for all the input and help everyone. just trying to make sure im doing the best i can to take care of my boy. I did look, and was a little surprised that on dogfoodadvisor.com PRO Plan is rated at 3 stars out of 5, does this surprise anyone else? The fromm that few of you mentioned was rated 5 out of 5.
    The validity of dogfoodadvisor has been debunked many times over. You could probably do a keyword search here on it.
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    Not surprising at all considering the present quality, amount of fillers and where the ingredients come from.
    Fromm is ALL American,same price +/-, great end results in the dogs.

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