What are you currently feeding?

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Pro Plan Sport 30/20. The dogs are doing fantastic on it. It keeps weight on Cynder with a small amount and Abrams has a good coat, small poops, and NO gas or loose stool like he used to.

It also apparently causes puppies to grow like weeds, because my foster pups are significantly larger than their bretheren in another foster home.
 

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Any of the non-red meat varieties of Fromm grain free. Once Gusto's stomach is back to 100%, I may go back to Orijen.
 

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Dance is eating The Honest Kitchen and NRG dehydrated foods since her recent health scare. She digests this best and it allows for lots of moisture.

The Aussies eat mainly ground raw, sometimes dehydrated and sometimes kibble. I like them to be able to eat whatever I have for them. But the bulk of their diet is raw.

Ripley is eating kibble. He rotates between Now, Go and Acana mostly.
 

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Zignature multi-protein formula, mixed with whatever canned food I decide to get that day, usually fromm or merrick backcountry. They BOTH do well on this so I'm probably not gonna mess with trying to change it.
 

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I honestly buy a different variety every time and usually have five or six different foods in the house. My dogs don't have sensitive tummies and handle switching every meal really well. I really like trying new stuff, so basically I buy anything that is poultry/egg-free, whether it's dry, frozen, canned, dehydrated, etc. We've tried basically everything, and everything has been great except Fromm. They insist on putting eggs into everything so Brisbane can't have it, and my non-allergic dogs won't touch any of the half dozen varieties we've tried.

I also throw in yogurt, cottage cheese, canned salmon and sardines, salmon oil, seameal, cooked veggies, homemade home broth, etc on occasion because routines are boring.
 

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I honestly buy a different variety every time and usually have five or six different foods in the house. My dogs don't have sensitive tummies and handle switching every meal really well. I really like trying new stuff, so basically I buy anything that is poultry/egg-free, whether it's dry, frozen, canned, dehydrated, etc. We've tried basically everything, and everything has been great except Fromm. They insist on putting eggs into everything so Brisbane can't have it, and my non-allergic dogs won't touch any of the half dozen varieties we've tried.

I also throw in yogurt, cottage cheese, canned salmon and sardines, salmon oil, seameal, cooked veggies, homemade home broth, etc on occasion because routines are boring.
Gawd if I put that in my dogs food I would have a poop explosion all over the place haha. He gets his food, nupro supplement, enzymes, aller G3 fish oil and that is it, I hope to soon start adding raw to his diet (lean raw meat to help with his muscle development, he is going to be a sporting dog, so I dont want any extra pounds on him, just muscle).

Right now they are eating pro pac grain free beef formula with the free sample of the wellness trufood mixed in, but when they are done with this, I am going to switch them to Victor.
 

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I am jealous of whatever sorcery you have performed to get free food, lol
Hah! I work part time at a pet food retail store. I am there 10 hours a week, and I stand around looking pretty. They pay me and I get free food. It's pretty sweet :p
 

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Apparently my free blue buffalo goes through March so guess we will be on that for a while longer lol.
 

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Boys have been on Orijen since July. They were on Victor HPP for about a year before that and did pretty well. Barrett absorbs the Orijen way better, he eats much less of it than he did on Victor.

Piper is getting Go! Sensitivity and Shine LI Salmon right now and is doing amazing on it. It was on sale through Pet Flow so I got 50lbs. of it to try on her.
 

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I've been feeding 4health Grain-Free Duck and Potato for almost 2 yearish now. Outlaw does amazing on it, he has a very sensitive stomach and will puke on most other foods. I have tried other flavors of 4health and tried Victor and Abound as well. But he coat lost it's shine and became almost brittle. He puked a lot on those foods and was miserable on them.
 

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I lied, I think I am going to switch to Holistic select, because the people were very nice when I emailed and asked for samples, they sent me 3, and even some coupons! They have gained a customer for sure!
 
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Nutrisource Lamb & Peas. I really like it, Marsh looks amazing on it and he's looked crummy on pretty much everything expect THK for years. The results aren't as amazing on Pilot, but I haven't found anything I like as much and if I switch Marsh I'm never happy.
 

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I've been feeding 4health Grain-Free Duck and Potato for almost 2 yearish now. Outlaw does amazing on it, he has a very sensitive stomach and will puke on most other foods. I have tried other flavors of 4health and tried Victor and Abound as well. But he coat lost it's shine and became almost brittle. He puked a lot on those foods and was miserable on them.
The 4Health Salmon and Potato was the only food Abrams did well on before I switched him to Pro Plan. That was the only easily accessible/inexpensive food my mom's dogs could eat, too. They just switched to the Sam's Club Exceed brand, the Salmon and Peas, and they're doing just as well.
 

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Yuck the only way I would feed pro plan or anything from purina, is if it was the zombie apocalypse and I was breaking in to steal food for my dog and it was the only thing on the shelf.
 

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