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    has anyone used the company trophy pet care to feed their dogs. have anyone had good/bad experience with them. we recently started using their premium variety for our 2 rottweilers and they seem good. the guy takes care of all our worming and will even do their vaccs once a year. just wondering what some other people think of them. they come to your house every 6 weeks, weigh, trim nails do a health check worm and supply you with 6 weeks of food.

    the amount of food they told us to feed them was way less than the proplan food we used before (2 cups a day compared to 6-8cups)

    just wondering if any one has heard of them

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    Nope, but I live in the middle of woop woop.
    I have always done all that kind of stuff myself for the last 30 years. Their diet, putting worming and flea treatment times on the calendar and taking them to the vet when needed.
    I , personally, do not see the point in paying for 6 weekly care when so much is just common sense and research in knowing your dog's needs.

    I guess there is a market for it for owners who are not sure of what they should be doing.
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    Never heard of them.

    No idea what state you're in but I do not think they operate in mine.

    Do you get a discount for drumming up business for them? You should give us a tiny clue about where they are. I've never heard of proplan food either. Oh wait Purina = Nestles = I won't use it.

    This website is very rude about it.
    Dog Food Reviews - Pro Plan Large Breed Formula - Powered by ReviewPost

    Ie says it is mostly low quality grains and bugger all meat and the meat component is most likely guts and feet.

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    i was actually recommended proplan by a independent dog nutritionist (supposedly) then i heard bad things so i changed. was using royal cannin before that.

    not trying to drum up business for them just trying to describe what they do. to help identify the company.

    i do understand my dogs needs and take them to the vet when required.

    im in melbournes west and the company is based in tullamarine.

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    I guess getting all that stuff done for you would be a great time saver and if the dogs were stressed about being clipped they wouldn't associate the trauma with you.

    But I've got more time than money on my hands so I wouldn't use such a service.

    Their website seems to be broken so it's hard to find out anything about them.

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