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I agree. The "best" food in the world isn't any good if your dog refuses to eat it, and/or doesn't do well on it.

With the caveat that I've never tried these foods myself, here are some suggestions.: Victor has a couple of foods with the same calorie count. https://www.chewy.com/victor-select-nutra-pro-active-dog/dp/129281 and https://www.chewy.com/victor-ultra-pro-42-grain-free-dry/dp/120708 This food by Strongpoint is just slightly less calorie dense. https://www.chewy.com/strongpoint-performance-plus-chicken/dp/179201 This food by Horizon is a bit less, but still over 400 calories a cup. https://www.chewy.com/horizon-complete-all-life-stages-dry/dp/113565
 

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All of the foods I linked are over 400 calories per cup.

I was just pointing out that any particular food, no matter how highly rated or recommend, is worthless if your dog won't eat it or doesn't do well on it. Kirkland foods are generally both highly rated and highly recommended, but since your girl isn't doing well on it, it's obviously not the best food for HER.
 
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