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Q: What type of food doy you feed your dog?

July 16, 2008 | By Amanda W. | 9 answers | Expired: 2333 days ago

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Carlise B.
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Jul 20, 2008

I feed Life's Abundance dry food. It has improved both skin and coat and all four dogs love it. You can order a free smaple at www.freshnaturaldogfood.com. Put it down next to your current dog food and let them choose. It's expensive but you feed a lot less then other brands so the bag lasts longer.

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Ethel02
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Jul 17, 2008

Verus white fish,potato & Omega three mixed with some wet, either merrick, wellness I also try different ones that I can't think of the name of all I know is its a small can I feed jst a little because it is 99% duck or what ever meat or poultry so a little goes a long way, I mic it thru and she goes mad for it

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Sparky A.
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Jul 16, 2008

I feed my puppy a mix of wet and dry food. I use royal canin brand for the dry and nutro brand for the wet. He really enjoys it. It really is your pup's preference, just make sure the ingredients is natural and not processed with a bunch of garbage.

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Melissa and Bossie F.
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Jul 16, 2008

I feed my puppy Eukanuba, puppy, large breed. If you are trying to figure out what to feed your dog though, it depends on what breed you have. For instance I have a dog that will generally be large and muscular so the Eukanuba will help build muscle. You should do some research to find out which food would be best for your dog.

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Kristen B.
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Jul 16, 2008

I feed Purina One to both of my girls and have been happy with it for the most part. I do need to switch my Sheltie to a higher calorie performance food, however, because she is an active agility competitor.

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Jessica H.
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Jul 16, 2008

I feed my dogs Canidae, which in my opinion is by far superior when compared to other grocery store brands and really is not that much expensive per pound when you figure how much less I have to feed my dogs of this than, say, Old Roy. I end up paying less overall for a MUCH better quality food. I've been very happy with it, my dog Charlie has had issues with seasonal allergies, itchy/dry skin and hot spots and they have -completely- disappeared with this food. I have fed Diamond, Pro Plan, and Nutro Natural Choice and he did progressively better on those brands, but it went away COMPLETELY with Canidae. PLUS they shed so much less, their coats are so soft, and their stools are nice and firm, and they aren't lean, mean pooping machines like they were on other brands I've fed them in the past!

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Kadiquilts
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Jul 16, 2008

I am currently feed my dog Purinia One Rice & Lamb Formula. She used to eat Eukanuba.....but tired of it after a couple of years. I think all dogs must tire of eating the same thing everyday.

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Maple125
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Jul 16, 2008

I had to switch from Science Diet Brand to Blue Buffalo. After posting a question on zootoo about my husky loosing fur in large patches and the hair not growing back, it was recommended that I switch his food, no other solutions seemed to work. My vet swore Science Diet was a good brand to feed him. Well after switching to Blue Buffalo Brand wet and dry food, within 3 weeks his hair is coming in beautiful. I never thought it could be the food that I was feeding him and now I read the dog food can label of ingredients and see the difference, Blue Buffalo brand and other natural brands, list Meat (chicken, beef etc) as their first ingredient and not any by products. Start comparing labels and see the difference, thanks to a great zootooer my dog now has a beautiful coat of fur.

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Jessica H.
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Jul 16, 2008

I feed my dog Purina One Large Breed Dog- Puppy Formula food. My vet recommended it to us. However, I top off his bowl with Purina Puppy Chow, because he likes the flavor so much better.

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