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    Acana Grasslands
    Iím suspicious of people who don't like dogs, but I trust a dog who doesn't like a person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonecollector23 View Post
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    Orijen
    Two foods that are 100% China free, including vitamins.

    I believe Fromm is China free as well.
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    I have been using Royal Canin Puppy as my vet recommended. I am now transitioning him to TLC Whole Life Natural which the breeder recommends. It is a Canadian product made in New Hamburg, ON

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    Performatrin Ultra grain free for my German Shepherd. I had her on other local primo stuff but once I switched years ago no more skin or stomach issues. Pick a good food and stick to it. Also look into the raw diet if done properly its awesome for the pooch. Mine gets a changeup every now and then Ill give her raw chicken and vegetables like carrots and spinach sometimes mix in some oatmeal or rice for carbs

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    Kirkland Salmon and sweet potato. Used the Ultra for 6 month's. Knucklehead never digested well and coat was dry. Tried a few other premiums didn't work out well. The Kirkland food we have him on know is digesting well and his coat has improved a great deal. Breed Pudelpointer....fear the beard!

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    Thanks i will experiment and see how it goes.

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    Acana Wild Prairie

    I throw in raw bones and raw meaty bones now and again, some cooked and raw scraps here and there, raw and cooked veggies, fresh fruit sometimes.
    I also toss in every couple of days raw egg, plain yogurt and raw garlic ( debatable and yes could effect a certain dog negatively/toxic so do always consult your vet or breeder first).

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    Very interesting and nice to see the high quality diets been fed to our dogs.
    Last edited by yellow dog; December 10th, 2015 at 09:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Longears View Post
    Thanks i will experiment and see how it goes.
    Pretty good selection, two stores in your area and Canadian owned
    http://www.globalpetfoods.com/brands-we-carry

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