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Good articles (online) regarding choosing a brand of dog food.
Thomas Silverstein wrote:
Let me rephrase that:
Could someone [ other than Mr. Annoyingly Long Email Address ] please
point me to some helpful information.
So much of what I come across seems to have underlying ideology and
secondary motivation. I would love some unbiased third party type
Yes sure, I will tell you what has worked for me.
Firstly, Eukanuba - costs a bit but i'm always told it's pretty good by
vets and pet stores and when I feed it to my two it makes their coats
nice and thick and healthy.
I know there is also a pet food called "Barf" that is meant to be
really good but i've never tried it. The website is www.barfworld.com.
Not sure where you live but I think Eukanuba and Barf are widely
available. Another is Science Diet, my dogs don't think much of it, a
bit of a tin food smell but it is also meant to be quite good.
With the Eukanuba by the way, I have two small dogs, Maltese Terrier X
and Scottish Terrier X and they prefer the small dog variety dry food
to the larger sized dry. Probably easier for them to chew.
Some good info can be found here in the forums section
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