Our breeder swears by this one. It's supposed to be very high quality food. It is made in British Columbia not far from where I live in Vancouver.Thinking about switching...
Farmina is another one that's on my radar.
The Chicken/Turkey/Trout formula is the bag I have right now, but that is being replaced with the "Carnivore" Chicken/Turkey/Duck. Which is the same formula, based on the ingredients, just with a different name and slightly different branding (and Chewy confirms they are the same:Thank you both for weighing in!
I can't find Chicken, Turkey, Duck except a formula for cats. The one I posted is Chicken, Turkey, Trout. Is that what you mean?
https://www.chewy.com/go-fit-free-grain-free-chicken-turkey/dp/40450New look, same great formula! This product has recently gone through a packaging change from "Go! Fit + Free" to "Go! Solutions Carnivore". Customers may receive the old packaging during this transition.
FWIW, I bought a bag of the "old" version of the food exactly a month ago, so it's definitely a recent switch. Plus, it's a Canadian Company that's only one province away from me (close, in Canadian dog terms!), so it makes sense that I would have access to the new formulas sooner than people south of the border.Neat! I think there are some formulas that are not available in the USA. But the chicken/turkey/trout one is the one I'm going to try. It's nice to hear that things are mostly staying the same despite the formula change.
My problem with Victor is they kept the change pretty hush, claimed in the FAQ section of their website (hidden towards the bottom) that the formula change was to lower calcium, the change of ingredient order was pretty significant, and calorie dropped from 475 to 401. I'm not saying Victor is bad... It just feels very shady to me.