Biomill Dog Food

Cupy

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#1
What do you think about this food?

ADULT MAXI:
Ingredients

Dehydrated poultry meat, corn, wheat, rice, vegetable and animal fats, vegetable proteins, fish and fish oil, beet pulp, oligo-saccharides, extracts of yucca, extracts from poultry cartilage, yeasts, beta-carotene, DL-methionin, minerals, trace-elements and vitamins.
These raw materials are not issued from organic culture.

Average analysis

Proteins 32%, fats 14%, minerales 7%, cellulose 2,5%, vitamin A 20000Ui/kg, vitamin D3 1500Ui/kg, vitamin E (a-tocopherol) 300mg/kg, vitamin C 50mg/kg, copper 20mg/kg, selenium 300mcg/kg, EEC permitted antioxydant, without preservatives and colorants.
 

Maxy24

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I don't like it at all...Do you live in the USA or Canada? There are many good foods available.

Canidae
Innova
EVO
California Natural
Orijen
Timber Wolf Organics
Wellness (they have a grain free called CORE)

look into those and see what you can find closest to you. If you go to these foods websites (just google the names of the food followed by "dog food" and go to the website) they all have a section where yo can find a store near you that sells them.
 

Whisper

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I wouldn't feed it. First of all, it has very little meat. Corn- don't need it. Ew. Animal fats- who knows what animal? Nonspecific animal products are something I steer clear of. How much nutrition comes from an extract of "poultry" cartilage?
What other foods have you seen available in your area? Where do you live?
 

Fran27

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Really bad food :( Not much meat and lots of grain. Animal fat is non-specific, ie they don't know what it's from, which makes the origin of the fat very dubious (grease probably!). Same for fish.
 

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Nature's variety is good to but very pricey for what your getting. I would stick with canidae. I fed Nature's Variety for awhile and was not impressed with the food for what I paid for it.
 

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