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food recommendations??

Whitney TWhitney T Posts: 7Member
What is a good quality food that won't break the bank? Something not as cheap as purina but not as expensive as blue buffalo wilderness. Any suggestions??

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  • DeaDea NHPosts: 7,176Member ✭✭✭
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    A decent mid priced / mid-range food is Chicken soup for the Dog Lovers Soul. I get it on sale all the time. It's not one of the best, but its a decent food. Before I got Koby neutered, everyone wanted to know what I fed him. His coat was beautiful. Good Luck!
  • Reagan thrashReagan thrash Posts: 476Member
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    Taste of the wild
  • Jenna SleightholmeJenna Sleightholme SelbyPosts: 18Member
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    Haven't you considered raw feeding? It can be rather cheap if you prepare it yourself. I've never heard of someone trying it then switching back to commercial pet food through choice. I wish you and your dog(s) the best of luck finding the best food for your situation!
  • Ale PasetaAle Paseta Posts: 4Member
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    I would recommend Hill's Science Diet. Good Luck!
  • Steve GormanSteve Gorman Posts: 5Member
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    We used Exceed for years that was great food and available at Sam's Club. They changed the formula a few years ago that gave SOME of our dogs loose stools and we quit using it. It may be fine now. We switched to Purina One. The main ingredient is chicken or lamb, according to which flavor your choose. It's a great premium food but not as expensive as Eukanuba or some other premiums and it's the only premium food available at a lot of grocery stores which makes it a good choice when traveling. It will cost you about $16 for a 20 lb bag at WalMart.
  • Aradhya GuptaAradhya Gupta Posts: 8Member
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    I personally prefer Drools and Pedigree food for my dog. These dog food have less fat content and healthier than a lot of other brands. You can easily buy these food brands from any online pet food store like the ones shared below:
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