First of all, Hi. I've been reading this forum and others for several weeks now. Thanks for all the great information.
Our new 14 week white lab went to the vet for the first time since being in our care and received a good clean bill of health. However, after spending several hours reading and reading about dog food and feeling quite confident in my choice to feed her Canidae ALS instead of the Purina Pro Plan Puppy we were given...the vet told me that she would recommend a Large Breed Puppy food instead. Her reasoning was that the Canidae likely didn't have enough protein for a growing lab. And after coming home, I see that the Canidae ALS only has 24% protein compared to 26-27% in most other Large Breed Puppy food...heck, even other standard puppy food has at least 26%.
So now I'm second guessing this decision. I had initially gone back and forth between Canidae ALS and Innova Large Puppy, but decided on the Canidae after I read some people complaining about the stool smelling more foul on the Innova--that and it just seems to be less well accepted around the net.
So...Is she wrong?
Oh...and here are a couple pics of Daisy: