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What adult dog food brand is best?

Buddha is 8 months old and 30-35lbs. He's been eating Purina Puppy Chow Healthy Morsels since we adopted him at 7 weeks old. It's what the shelter had him on, and I kept him on it to avoid any unnecessary stress. I wanna start researching and gradually switching him to adult food because he is losing interest in his puppy food. I want a brand with high protein and very little to no wheat/gluten. Any thoughts, tips, or advice?

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  • Obi BarbarisiObi Barbarisi Posts: 553Member
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    Check out dogfoodadvisor.com dogfoodanalysis.com truthaboutpetfood.com There are tons of ways to feed your dog! Try the forum on here by clicking on the orange community button and going down to forums.
  • sandy weinsteinsandy weinstein Posts: 1Member
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    please take him off purina. they have a class action lawsuit against them now. try holistic select, no grain, nature's variety, now, no grain...go to an independent dog store where you will get the best selections.
  • Scott PearceScott Pearce Maryville TNPosts: 5Member
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    We have a Lhasa Apso and feed him Blue Buffalo and/or Orijen kibbles. Both are high in protein, but the Orijen contains more. I suggest surfin' the net and try some of the 5 star rated ones.
  • Aradhya GuptaAradhya Gupta Posts: 8Member
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    Adult dog nutrient needs are different from puppies. Grown-up puppies require sufficient supplements to meet energy needs to maintain and repair body tissues. Following are the list of top dog food brands for the grown-up pooch that offers the best substance with most astounding nutritions. http://www.petsworld.in/blog/best-dog-food-brands-for-large-breeds.html

Comments

  • Imogen curtisImogen curtis Posts: 6Member
    Try Arden grange. Our dogs love it !!
  • G TG T Posts: 2Member
    Best adult dog food brand. NONE! Feed it raw food and it will thrive. Took me a long time to find this out. Research what is in most dog foods dry or wet and you may be as shocked as I was.
  • Eukanuba Not only good for them but keeps there teeth healthy my 15 year old has better teeth then I do
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