precise dog food or nature's recipe what dog food is better
Neither one, both are medium to low quality end for your dog. The better dog food to get your dog is a all natural, no preservatives, baked dog food. Dog foods like river flynt ranch is incredible, you have less dog waste AND your dog will need less of this food to sustain even more activity. it comes in a variety of flavors and you will not be disappointed. Especially if your animal has any skin allergies, this food will take care of this and leave the skin and coat incredibly smooth and silk like. see http://www.flintriver.com/
by Shil19785 years ago
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by Sydneybelle7 years ago
What is the best dog food for a dog who has pancreatitis?My 10 year old terrier mix has pancreatitis. She is currently on medi-cal gastro and seems to be doing ok but my gut instinct is still not happy with it. Ive...
by jugriffi8 years ago
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by Mary Wickison4 years ago
Isn't it healthier for dogs to eat raw meat than commercially prepared dog food?I am considering changing my dog's diet. Currently they get a mixture of commercial dog food, rice, raw chicken, raw beef heart,...
by DogAllergyDiva5 years ago
Just curious what brands folks are feeding thier dogs and why? Have you done much research on what is good for your dog? Do you give much preference to brand based on your dog's breed?
by Ari Lamstein5 years ago
Best dog food?What is the best food for a dog? I just adopted a dog, and the shelter where I got him from recommended that I feed him the "Science Diet" brand. But a friend of mine recommended that...
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