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Good "breed" of dog food? ;)

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    Good "breed" of dog food? ;)

    Short question:


    Is the Nutro Ultra a good puppy food?



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    Not really. Any kibble is not good for your dog or cat. Feeding raw is best but most people can't afford it.
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    Ok, thank you furballs!
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    I've never used that brand, but it seems the Nutro has decent ratings in general, here's an alphabetical listing of brands and ratings. https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-reviews/brand/

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    Thanks Alpha1!
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    You're welcome Yeti.

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