Small kibbles?

Oko

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Hey, we're almost out of that giant batch of food we bought of go! And I was wondering if anybody knew of some good food that had smaller kibbles? Just for ease of training with. It could be grain free or with grains, just as long as it's good quality and not outrageously expensive. Thanks :)
 

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Fromm gold might still be tiny, but we got surf & turf (the grain free) and it's big kibbles now :(
Seriously?! Their GF's were super tiny before. I always thought they looked like cat food. I wonder what the reasoning for the change is. They emailed me back once when I asked why their dog kibble was so small with an explanation for it. Something about digestion, I don't know. So I wonder what changed their mind.

Anyway, Fromm was going to be my suggestion. I'm trying to remember the other kibbles that were pretty small.... but none are coming to mind now.
 

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I just fed out a bag of Fromm Beef Frittata and it was tiny!

Blue Buffalo has a Small Bites formula (separate from their small breed).
 

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KIDDING I LIED! I thought I bought Fromm this month but it was Orijen! I throw out the bags but I just got the receipt in email and it said Orijen
 

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Fromm was going to be my suggestion too! I had Quinn on the Salmon Tunalini (GF) and it was super tiny.

I think some of the Merrick formulas are small, too.
 
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I don't feed kibble anymore, but I got a free sample of Back to Basics the other day from some pet store and they were preetty tiny too. I used to use Fromm when I fed kibble.
 

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