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|09-05-2018 08:12 PM|
|texasred||I know people that love how their dogs do on Victor. The only problem I've seen with it, is some dogs aren't a fan of the taste. That's just individual dog, as some are pickier than others.|
|09-05-2018 05:15 PM|
Originally Posted by racerdj944 View Post
It has a very extensive list of dog food both dry and wet. It also has a very detailed analysis of each Brand and Line. They don't go over every protein source of the Line.
However, I use Merrick Grain-Free Real Chicken and it's awesome. It has a 5 out of 5 star rating.
|03-26-2018 11:30 AM|
|racerdj944||Does anyone have experience with the Victor brand dog food. A friend who has a GSP uses it and really like it. My puppy is 8 months now and our breeder suggested to start mixing in adult food and then be full on "adult" food at 1 year. We have been feeding him the grain free Blue Wilderness grain free puppy with red meat. No stomach issues at all with this food.|
|02-20-2018 03:03 PM|
Originally Posted by Garvs View Post
|02-20-2018 11:43 AM|
Originally Posted by Betty View Post
|02-19-2018 03:01 PM|
|Betty||gradually add the new food to the old food, this allows the stomach to acclimate to new ingredients!|
|02-18-2018 04:13 PM|
|Anida||I've also heard that wet food is worse for their teeth too in the long run. We do it every once and a while for a treat/special occasions.|
|02-18-2018 03:25 PM|
For picky eaters, I have added some wet to their food once in a while.
Wet does not have the high protein, that dry does. So I would limit the amount you give.
|02-18-2018 03:06 PM|
|Garvs||Do you folks like to use wet food? I have only used dry and add stuff here n there like egg, carrots and apple. Taste of the Wild is the brand I use and I have some dry and wet coming. Can I mix? Should I make the transition by still keeping some puppy food in there for a bit?|
|02-18-2018 11:19 AM|
|texasred||Most dog foods have a good all life stages food now. Makes changing them over easier. You find what works for your dog, and then can stick with it for years.|
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