What is the best brand of dog food for a American Pit bull Terrier?
Currently I am feeding him Iams, but he does not like to eat it unless I pour hot water over it and sometimes he still does not eat. I am also worried he is not getting enough nutrition, because he is constantly trying to eat poop. I was wondering what the best brands are within a decent price range.
If you want to spend a bit, then raw meats can be great food for your dearie pitbull terrier. Even if you can afford that much, you can try the option of mixing raw meats every week. Another option is to get butcher house bones. These are a few options that you can go without dog foods. While looking for the best dog foods, we always want to ensure that the foods contain best quality protein and the price will be a decent one. Here we will discuss about a few quality dog foods within a decent price range:
1. Orijen is the best dog food that can serve as the best substitute of raw food. While most manufacturers are struggling to meet the basic needs of quality dog foods, Orijen has taken these requirements into consideration summed them up and set the standard for the others to follow. They have risen own range of chickens, have private fishermen, use the freshest packets and combine all the ingredients that are necessary. The price is also within range. An adult pitbull on average will only consume 30-40 pounds per month.
2. Another good food within the decent price range is “Taste of the Wild”. Though they do not have the same freshness like Orijen, they do contain high ratios of protein with the exciting combination of meal and meat.
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