Originally Posted by Mordy
just as an example, i still remember when iams was actually a quality product, sold only at specialty stores and not competing with kibbles and bits at the local supermarket. 15 years ago i wouldn't have hesitated to recommend iams food or feed it to my own dogs, but that isn't the case any longer. to me it isn't difficult to grasp the concept of change, and the fact that change isn't always for the better, even if a manufacturer slaps a big, fat "new and improved" sticker on the bag.
None of the breeders I knew would ever feed that crummy food. Ever. And the word was that those who did, did not feed it for very long!