What’s better? Dog Food Question…?
Sort of a poll, I guess.
A) Feeding my dog Solid Gold: Barking at the Moon dog food, and feed him raw /once/ a week?
B) Feeding my dog Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul dog food, and feed him raw /twice/ a week?
Chicken Soup has a 4/6 star rating. And Solid Gold: BatM has a 6/6 star rating and has no grains.
Well, feeding him raw once a week won’t hurt anything. I already feed him Chicken Soup a raw twice a week. In fact, he gets raw today. =P I only feed him once a day (as that’s what he prefers) And he has a whole 24 hours to digest the dry or raw food, so neither of them get in the way of each other. He’s been doing great on it. And it really keeps his teeth clean. I don’t know how I’d keep his teethe clean if I didn’t feed him raw….
Oh, and Solid Gold: BatM is the ONLY super premium dog food with no grans that they sell at any stores over here. It’s actually sold at Petco over here. And I don’t know where I’d get Canidae….
Either food is great.They both have fantastic ingredients so in the long run it is a matter of personal choice and which one you have easiest access to.
Feeding raw is great too…There are people that feed a total raw diet and then there are some that alternate like you are thinking of doing and then still others that feed a morning meal of kibble and a night meal of raw with much success..Just remember not to feed raw & kibble at the same meal.
Any reviews on Pure Vita Dog Food?
I am a new dog owner and I want to give him the best care. Currently, I am feeding him Wellness but I have been looking to change it to Blue Buffalo because I have read wonders about it. Yesterday, however, our pet-sitter recommended Pure Vita. I tried to do some research on it, but I could not find many reviews. Do any of you have any input? Have any of you used it?
Here are is more info on the food:
Chicken, chicken meal, brown rice, oatmeal, barley, natural chicken flavors, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols and citric acid), alfalfa, tomato pomace, flaxseed, carrots, peas, cherries, apricots, cranberries, salt, potassium chloride, yeast culture (saccharomyces cerevisiae, enterococcus faecium, lactobacillus acidophilus, aspergillus niger, trichoderma longibrachiatum, bacillus subtillis), acai berry, glucosamine hydrochloride, tumeric, taurine, chicory extract, lecithin, pomegranate extract, garlic,
Crude Protein (Min.)24.0%240 g/kg
Crude Fat (Min.)13.0%130 g/kg
Crude Fiber (Max.)6.0%60 g/kg
Moisture (Max.)10.0%100 g/kg
Selenium (Min.)0.3 ppm0.3 mg/kg
Vitamin E (Min.)150 IU/kg150 IU/kg
*Omega – 6 Fatty Acids (Min.)2.0%20 g/kg
*Omega – 3 Fatty Acids (Min.)0.40%4 g/kg
*Glucosamine (Min.)550 ppm550 mg/kg
*Chondroitin (Min.)150 ppm150 mg/kg
*Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) (Min.)100 mg/kg100 mg/kg
*Lactobacillus Acidophilus (Min)50 million CFU/lb50 million CFU/lb
*Enterococcus Faecium (Min)35 million CFU/lb35 million CFU/lb
*Saccharomyces Cerevisiae (Min)900 million cells/lb900 million cells/lb
Here is a review of the food… It is given 3 stars out of 6.
Wellness was given 5 stars or if you use wellness core then that rates 6 stars. Blue buffalo is ranked at 4 stars for the regularand organic fomulas and 6 stars for the “wilderness” food.
Personally i like and use wellness core… The ocean fish formula works wonders for my dog with multiple food allergies.
how to ship dry dog food to india?
i have a black lab puppy(macho) and i want to give him the best food so i choose this analysis to help me out:http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com/dog_food_reviews/showcat.php/cat/8
so can any one tell me how to ship these food products to india,these products seem to be available only in usa
and does it become too expensive?please help me out
Honestly only came in to see the full question… Originally read it as “how to ship dry dog to India”. Had to know the back story on that one…
Anyway. I’d try to find the website for the food you want and ask about shipping to you. Don’t just find a distributor, but the actual manufacturer. They would have the best information about where they can ship and how.
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