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Good dog food

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    Good dog food

    What dog food would you recommend for a puppy other than any of these:

    • Hill's Science Diet.
    • Royal Canin.
    • Purina ProPlan.
    • Orijen.
    • Wellness Natural Food for Dogs.
    • Castor & Pollux.
    • Iams/Eukanuba.
    • Nutro Ultra.

    Thank you.
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    Mar 2014
    New Hampshire
    Orijen is the best of the best, followed by Fromm. Stay away from anything made by purina, they use rendered meat, hills makes specialty foods which is ok short term but not really a good food to keep them on, science diet is junk, wellness is good, Iams, not the best, castor and pollux, I don't know, Nutro not a bad food.

    I always recommend feeding raw. they grow more naturally, don't develop allergies usually and if done right are more healthy than a dog fed commercial food
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    Mar 2012
    I belong to Costco, so I bought this food for my dog when he was a puppy and now he eats the adult version. Aside from the dry food, he gets a half can of Wellness Lamb or Turkey. The cost of the Kirkland food is reasonable compared to other brands.

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