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How about this food?
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KellyGa    Posted 12-28-2003 at 16:42:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
A friend of mine has show dogs, and she gets this food at the feed store. I found a feed store nearby here that carries it. I think I will try it. Here is a link to their site.


Paula    Posted 12-29-2003 at 05:23:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I know a few people who use it and love it. In all the
ingredients list is not offensive to a kibble nazi like
myself. My only concern is the multiple protein sources.
I like to stick to one source at a time in the event I have
allergies to deal with later I won't be out there looking
for duck and potato! Besides, I like my fish and potato
kibble. My next step would be making my own food.

Oh and that gimmicky name just irritates me on
principle.

Paula


Willy-N    Posted 12-28-2003 at 18:34:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
Just spent some time looking at there site. Lot of phoney pictures of prepared food that you would eat not the way it would be done for the food. I allways concider the pictures of whole trimed up Turkeys or Chickens Small bottles of milk to be misleading. No way do they cook them this way befor mixing them in the food. I also did not see the Turkey Meal or Chicken Meal in the pictures of what goes in there. Not much is said about that. In fact not much is realy said about the food. General terms used in advertizing. No real list of the vitimans contents or Ratios of the Cal/Phos to me it reads like a good add but they left out a lot about the food. Not sure why the meat not being frozen is such a big deal to talk that much about it. Not being frozen it sure would have to be shipped fast and used fast for problems not to develop with the meat. I am not sure about this Dog Food not realy a very discriptive web site on it and a lot left out. Mark H.


Willy-N    Posted 12-28-2003 at 17:00:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
We had probly 15 Dog Foods tested ourselves and found that they were out of Ratios in the Cal/Phros to the point they would remove Cal from the bones to use the Phros up. Tested the same types at later dates and found them reversed? These tests were about 250.00 each to be done but we were doing research with several people listed on these sites and got them done for free. You may find references to Big Paws Pantry in some of the books we were pretty out spoken when it came to dogs. We took a Bone Meal pervider to court but lost due to them having many big guns backing them. They spent a lot of money not to let out what we knew and what there product did to some dogs. We also had research done by some Univercitys to prove the point thru atopies. Some of the dogs were our own that were affected by the bone meal and they died because of it! We will never feed dog food to ours anymore. Mark H.


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