"Best" does not always mean the most expensive. My friend was feeding her dogs some special brand she *thought* was good only to find out later it wasn't. She's switched to Royal Canan and since I'm babysitting her standard poodle this week, I notice a big difference. Apparently the company that produces it actually does tests and studies on the health of real dogs, which some of the fancy brands don't - they just go with what appeals to owners.
Feed the best quality dog food you can find. The dogs will eat less. It may cost slightly more, but between the smaller amount they eat and the fact that they are healthier, it's a win in the long run.
Jay Angler wrote: "Best" does not always mean the most expensive.
Carla Burke wrote:Bailey, also a giant breed - Irish Wolfhound
Carla Burke wrote:Thank you, Trace! We kinda like her, too...
He loves you so much! And I'm baking the cake! I'm going to put this tiny ad in the cake:
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