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Old 02-08-2007, 10:57 PM
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the quality of the dog food itself is actually suprisingly high, no rendered meats, no byproduct despite the plants owners Other buisness. (ive actually seen the plant and was pleasently suprised)
the case of the forgihn objects was a one time on the wingalings, they were metal tags that their chicken supplier had neglected to tell them were actully on the chickens wings and it was only on one in 5.

I think if you look close enough theres something for every food,
the key is finding something they like, but im also one of those freeks that inpects the food as i put it in the dish lol. (after finding forighn object in my own human food, im carefull (and paranoid) in general.
its all dependant on if the quality and dogs opinions outweigh the ehhs behind it.
especially when trying to find a food thats got a good protein level for the Dane that will be entering my life and finding a food the chis will eat lol. the joys of uber picky eaters.
the chis wernt a fan of the canidea dry, turned their noses up at blue buffalo...and id prefer to feed one food to everyone lol.

but thanks for the warning, ive done alot of looking into merrick and other foods when deciding what brands to carry in my own boutique

I wonder if other dogs think Cresties are members of some weird religious cult?

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