So get to ordering! But save some for the rest of us.
1. Quality controlI'm excited to try this food as Ammy currently hates her Fromm. Why you guys like farmina so much?
I looked at these last night. These are new foods for us but not for Europe. The Wild Cod with grain is 30% protein and 18% fat and has a ton of Cod in it and no chicken ingredients of any kind. So, the "meat" thing you mentioned just means it has more of the first two animal protein ingredients. The Chicken with grain has Chicken, Fish and Eggs.I take it this food is really new? it looks wonderful.
Wow the grain inclusive's price is pretty reasonable too! I would say the quality of the chicken grain inclusive is better between the two offered by Chewy--it has more meats.
Most dogs really have no problems with grains. Unless your dog is actually allergic to a specific grain or has an intolerance, I don't see how potatoes, peas, and lentils are any better than grains like oats, millet, etc.I'm waiting on my samples after so many rave reviews I'm thinking of trying out switching. I definitely can't afford the grain free for two 40-90lb dogs though lol. anyone have any thoughts on if the grain inclusive would be a better food than TOTW grain free that I'm feeding now? I don't know if either of mine do well or not on grains, they've always been on TOTW.
This is so true. In reality, grains are among the least likely to cause an allergy compared to things like beef, chicken, eggs and even lamb.Most dogs really have no problems with grains. Unless your dog is actually allergic to a specific grain or has an intolerance, I don't see how potatoes, peas, and lentils are any better than grains like oats, millet, etc.
Farmina's grain inclusive foods look much better than any of the TOTW formulas in my opinion. Considering 92% of the 30% protein is animal based. That means not much protein is coming from plants or even the added grains. Compare that with TOTW who doesn't disclose where the protein comes from, as far as I know.
I've been feeding my dog nothing but grain free foods for the past three years but I too am going with the grain inclusive foods as she did so good on the samples. I've only been feeding grain free only because I had it drilled in my head that grain free is best for some reason lol.
Anyway, even though Farmina seems to be a great high quality food, of course there's no guarantee your dogs will do good on it.