Prarie Kibble - Nature's Variety
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Prarie Dog Food

posted 4 years ago

I started giving this food to my dogs about 6 months ago and they seem to be doing much better on it. I was previously using Natural Balance and it started to give them both bad gas. After a week of switching it was gone! I get the food at my local natural pet food store at about $1 a lb in the large bag. They have coupons on the email list as well. So if you can find it locally it really is a great value.

Pros: Great food!

Cons: Can be hard to find

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