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Sorry if I sound like an over worried parent. Our young Chorkie, Sansa, is the light of our lives. We started buying BB Wilderness for puppies to feed her because I had heard they were a very good dog food. I was just wondering with all the knowledge and experience on this board if that is good. Has anyone ever had any problems with this food? She loves the food, and has been very healthy. I guess I am just the type to over worry and want to make sure I am doing all I can for my precious puppy.

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I am assuming since no one responded, that this is a good food to stick with. Our dog loves it, and we haven't had any problems so far. Is anyone else out there feeding their dog Blue Buffalo Wilderness? Your thoughts, if so?
 

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It's a 5 star food and my dogs love the Salmon flavor, why did you choose Wilderness over Freedom? The Freedom is also grain free - but not as high of protein content. We have huskies, thus high protein is a necessity - but I think your dog would be fine on the Freedom Puppy by Blue Buffalo.
 

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It's a 5 star food and my dogs love the Salmon flavor, why did you choose Wilderness over Freedom? The Freedom is also grain free - but not as high of protein content. We have huskies, thus high protein is a necessity - but I think your dog would be fine on the Freedom Puppy by Blue Buffalo.
I had heard Wilderness was one of their best. I'll look into Freedom, though.
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Wilderness is a great food, and it's completely good for your dogs to eat, but the freedom would be qually as good for your breed. High energy breeds require more protein, lower energy breeds do not. If your dog is doing great, don't switch. It's just food for thought. :)
 

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That's true. She seems to be amazingly healthy, alert, and energetic. No reason to switch. I just want whats best for her.
 

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It's a very good food, props to you for doing some research! Make sure you alternate proteins (switch between salmon, duck and chicken) so that no allergies develop later on to different proteins and of course to give your pup variety. How much are you feeding?
 

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It's a very good food, props to you for doing some research! Make sure you alternate proteins (switch between salmon, duck and chicken) so that no allergies develop later on to different proteins and of course to give your pup variety. How much are you feeding?
I had not heard about switching up. I will look into that. I hear the salmon is highly rated as well.
She gets about a cup to a cup and a half a day. (Spread over 2 feedings.)
 

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Sounds good. Our pups LOVE the salmon. And it makes their coats super shiny. Right now your dog is on puppy food, but when she is an adult you can begin a rotation. :)
 
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