Nutro has had several recalls. I don't trust it, myself.
I've never seen, nor heard of this one. We don't have a huge selection out here..and I probably won't switch Roxy's food until it's time for adult food. Giz's tummy is sensitive. The normal adult chow always gave him diarrhea, so we switched to Nutro Sensitive Stomach, and he's been perfect ever since. The only other one that seems good that I've seen here is Canidae. Is that better then both of these?Neither......I just got our new puppy off of Eukanuba. She a Willie both, are on Taste of the Wild, Pacific. JMO!
I would choose Eukanuba over Nutro, but Canidae is a much better quality food than both of them. They also have a nice grain-free, all-life-stages formula. I would contact them directly and see if they'll send you some free samples so you can try it and see how your dogs do on it. www.canidae.comI have considered feeding a brand other than those two, but as I mentioned before, alot of the brands I've seen listed on the forums, I have never heard of or seen in any of our stores around here. I always considered Eukanuba or Nutro to be of higher quality then the others that are sold here, which are the 'Beneful' 'Purina' 'Iams' 'Pedigree'..etc..which I've heard nothing but bad about. Canidae is the only one that no one has really reccomended around here..and in our local Pet Supply store, Nutro is put on a pedestal.
It's nice to see what others think of these 2. Have any of you heard good things about Canidae? They don't make a puppy line, and I'm too worried about switching Roxy's food at this point right now, so would that be a good change for an adult food?
That's why they're considered midgrade foods; better than the grocery store brands that you mentioned, but not as good as holistic foods like Orijen, Innova, Wellness, etc....I always considered Eukanuba or Nutro to be of higher quality then the others that are sold here, which are the 'Beneful' 'Purina' 'Iams' 'Pedigree'..etc..