This is SO true!! You just have to keep reading different websites and suggestions and see what works for your dog. As the old saying goes "one size does not fit all". I feed Innova and rotate with Wellness brands.All in all, do your research and decide for yourself. I find that nobody agrees on dog food, so you will never find something that everyone will agree with.
I am having a problem with my bullmastiff puppy (6 months) and diarrhea. I am thinking about changing his food, and like the dog food analysis website. Where do you get some of this quality food? Petsmart (largest pet store near me) does not carry any of the 4 or 5 star foods, so where can I buy?
Here in the mid-west there's a chain of stores called "Southern Agriculture" and they cater to all kinds of animal needs including cows, horses, etc.Also, Petsmart is the largest store because it caters to the largest masses of pet owners, not because it carries the most premium products. For more premium brands, seek out a local pet store or boutique. Pet Supplies Plus is a chain store and they sell quite a number of premium and holistic foods.
The best puppy food, in my opinion is Orijen Puppy.I figured I'd ask in this topic instead of making another one... Can anyone suggest Blue Buffalo for their pup? They sound very good, but I'd like to hear from someone who's used it.
EDIT: Actually, any really good pup food will do. I want to feed him the best that I can, and I know I'd have to make a switch from his current pet food.
I like Orijen because the ingredients better mimick what they would find in the wild, like herbs, botanicals, etc.Alright, thanks. I've also read about Innova, and that seems really good too. Have you tried that? There are no stores that sell orijen nearby, but there is a store right in town who sells innova.