Discussing Questions And Answers About Dog Food Made With Turkey

Daniel asks…

Black Gold dog food?

I have heard this is really good food and some guys at work are starting to sell it….I was just wondering if anyone has tried it or know anything about it…..it is made for active dogs like hunting and working dogs….any info would be helpful.

Jimmy answers:

You can tell its quality by reading the label…First ingredient should be Beef, Lamb, Chicken or Turkey..not by-products, or meat meal..Grain should be 3rd…Protein should be about 22% for working dogs, and fat 18%..
I went to their website, and saw the ingredient list, and nutrition facts. There are certainly worse kibbles, but there are many that are much better…they do use a LOT of by-products, and fillers.

Canidae, Solid Gold, Innova, Wellness, Old Mother Hubbard, Wysong, and several others are the best bang for your money. They are made with all natural and human grade ingredients, so you never have to wonder about the sources.

I save about 20% on my feed bill since feeding Canidae, a premium kibble, to 6 large dogs..And, my older dogs are acting much younger…

Mandy asks…

whats the best grain free dog food?

I have a 6 month old Chihuahua puppy and she has allergies. She is currently eating nutro ultra. I’m trying to figure out what’s causing her allergies and just don’t know. What could it be? What’s the best grain free puppy food?
I always read labels and almost all the brands everyone raves about (canidae Merrick innova nutro and so on) so there for I’m not finding TONS especially in puppy formulas
She’s been to the vet they just told me to give her bendryl

Jimmy answers:

I have my chihuahua cross on halo grain free hearty surf and turf kibble and halo grain free turkey and chickpea canned … It is suitable for puppies and the kibbles are very little which is good for a small dog … My dog is doing well on this food, no allergies, shiny coat, firm poops, and it is a good quality food … Halo is a company in which their food has never been recalled, it is made in the united states with human-grade ingredients from only the united states and canada …

Http://shop.halopets.com/Dry-Dog/Spots-Stew-Dry-Dog-Grain-Free-Surf-N-Turf-4lb

Lisa asks…

best CHEAP dog food?????

it has to be cheap like under 20$ united states please and good! cat food too? thank you!

Jimmy answers:

I can not give you a brand name.
Much depends on where you are.
I can give you some guidelines.

In Dog food:
Look for high protein and high fat.
Look for fish oil or Omega 3 fats.
Look for a bag that does not list corn as the first ingredient.
As with any carnivore, avoid fruits and veggies (this is just not natural at all)
Avoid dyes, sugars, and BHA or BHT.
Dogs were not made to eat this stuff.

Supplement with cheep cuts of meat and organ meat. Chicken livers, beef shank, beef liver, kidneys, chicken butts, and turkey gets cheep seasonally. These can be fed in small quantities. The poultry will have to be cooked and deboned of course.

Cat Food:
Avoid corn
Go for protein and fat
Look for taurine.
If pH is acidified to avoid FUS that is a good thing.
Look for the ash content on the label, this should never exceed 5% – 6%. This causes FUS!
Avoid salt, it is a cheep filler.

As with any carnivore, avoid fruits and veggies (this is just not natural at all)
Avoid dyes, sugars, and BHA or BHT.
Cats were not made to eat this stuff.

Supplement kitties diet with, beef kidneys, liver, shrimp, cheese, fish (no bones!) (fish that has been pressure cooked for canning reduces the bones to the point that they are safe for puss to eat.
Cats love a little soy sauce and garlic on their food.

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