Could you re-review the Nature's Select Chicken Rice and Lamb. The ingredients changed.
I have a Master of Science from Texas A&M in Animal Science and am very picky about what my dogs eat. The Nature's Select ingredient list on your site is different from the current formula today and it appears to be a change for the better.
With chicken meal, lamb meal, kelp, flaxseed, chelated minerals and probiotics, I think it would be rated much higher and since it uses all USA ingredients (except New Zealand LM) and is made in Texas it is a better choice than many foods available. Your evaluation and opinion is important to many people making decisions could you re-review it?
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