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We have 3 dogs, one that is 2 years, one that is 10 months and one that is almost 6 months. Right now we feed them all Iams, the older two get Iams ProActive Health Lamb & Rice and the puppy gets Iams ProActive Health Puppy. Iams is not the cheapest stuff either, $19 for a #17 and $38 for #40.

So I've been reading and went to the Dog Food Analysis, Iams only gets 1 star? I've been reading up and people have said good things about the Costco Kirkland brand? It's also quite a bit cheaper than the Iams @ $20ish for #40 and gets 3 stars?

Money is tight right now with me being out of work for awhile now. However if there is a better dog food for cheaper or around the same price I would love to get them better food. They do seem to be doing just fine on the Iams though. As far as food I'm looking at it's the Kirkland or the Chicken Soup since we have a feed store right down the street. I don't know how much the Chicken Soup food costs and if it would be worth it over the Kirkland? Or if either would be worth it over the Iams?
 

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I'm now trying the Kirkland brand puppy food for the pup, then switching the adult food over once the Iams runs out. So far so good, time will tell if it seems to be better for him/them.
 
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