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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Bear in mind Jazz that whats works well for some dogs may not work well for others.

    I know of breeders who use a kibble called Great Barko. Makes me shudder, but hey it works for them and their dogs love it.
    Judge it from your dog's reaction, health and desire to eat it etc...
    Terrible terrible stuff.

    I have been feeding Pedigree for the last 3 years, except in the last week Lady has gotton a whole heap of dandruff and needed her anal sacs expressed, so I think its time for a diet change.
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    Agreed. So what you going to change them to, Myf?

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    Well I can't really decide.
    Im tossing up between Innova and um, oh god, its escapes my mind, it starts with a 'P'. It'll come, give me a minute
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    ProPlan? ProPlan is often highly recommended.

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    PURINA! Thats the one!
    ProPlan? Hmmm, I'll look into that one.
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    ProPlan is made by Purina, Myf.

    Check out Pro Plan.

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    Will do
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    They also offer a select range, which is made from natural ingredients. Heard good stuff about that one from many breeders.

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    I checked out the website and the closest place to buy it is 20 mins from where I live, so thats a bit of a hassle. Hopefully I'll be able to baulk(sp?) buy.
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    Bulk buy it in the big 18 kilo (I think, not sure amount) bags and it works out much cheaper.

    But like with anything, I'd always go for a smaller amount to try it first with your dogs.

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