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    Luna is fed on Eukanuba medium breed and she loves it... She generally gets a carrot or carrot half a day as well...

    Meet Luna, a 13 month old Beagle pup in Melbourne with her sister Cynder a 13 week old Border Collie!
    Check out their blog at http://lunadogslife.blogspot.com

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    have mine on Supercoat large breed adult and is doing well on it.

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    My girls don't get kibble. They are on a BARF diet which is made up of raw meaty bones, human grade mince, some veg and recreational bones.

    If you ever want to look at a kibble free option feel free to PM me
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    Gus is on Pro Plan puppy Large... read the ingredients, if the first 4 ingredients contain corn, wheat, whole meal, ash then it probably would be of very little nutritional benefit to your dog.
    The first four ingredients should include chicken or meat of some kind, fish or fish oil..... innova evo is good, BARF is also good but it can be a little expensive as well Innova is what I will be changing Gus too, but it all depends on the size of your breed as well, if it is a medium breed + then the lower the protein the better for the pups.
    Here are some good ones:

    Dog's Dry Food


    Artemis Fresh Mix
    Adult Dog

    Chicken
    Turkey
    Chicken Meal
    Lamb Meal
    Pearled Barley
    Whole Brown Rice
    Oatmeal
    Chicken Fat
    Pototoes
    Dried Egg
    Tomatoe Pomace
    Salmon Meal
    Salmon
    Flaxseed
    Natural Chicken Flavour
    Salmon Oil
    Choline Chloride
    Dried Chicory root
    Kelp
    Carrots
    Peas
    Apples
    Tomatoes
    Blueberries
    Spinach
    Cranberry Powder
    Rosemary Extract,
    Parsley Flake,
    Yucca Schidigera Extract


    Eagle Pack
    Holistic Select Anchovy

    Anchovy
    Sardine Fish Meal
    Salmon Meal
    Ground Brown Rice
    Chicken Meal
    Chicken Fat
    Oatmeal
    Menhaden Fish Oil
    Flaxseed
    Dried Egg Product
    Dried Beet Pulp
    Natural Chicken Flavor
    Carrots
    Suncured Alfalfa
    Peas
    Salt
    Quinoa
    Taurine
    Apples
    Blueberries
    Inulin
    Kelp
    Choline Chloride
    Cranberries
    Kelp
    Beta Carotene
    Glucosamine Hydrochloride
    Vitamins/Minerals

    **** van Patten
    Natural Balance

    Chicken
    Ground Brown Rice
    Lamb Meal
    Oatmeal
    Barley
    Duck Meal
    Potatoes
    Carrots
    Chicken Fat
    Tomato Pomace
    Natural Flavors
    Canola Oil
    Brewer's Dried Yeast
    Fish Meal
    Salmon Oil
    Lecithin
    Flaxseed
    Inulin
    Taurine
    Spinach
    Parsley
    Cranberries
    L-Carnitine
    Yucca Schidigera
    Kelp
    Vitamins/Minerals

    Innova
    Adult Dog

    Turkey
    Chicken
    Chicken Meal
    Barley
    Brown Rice
    Potatoes
    Natural Flavors
    Rice
    Chicken Fat
    Herring
    Apples
    Carrots
    Cottage Cheese
    Sunflower Oil
    Dicalcium Phosphate
    Alfalfa Sprouts
    Egg
    Garlic
    Potassium Chloride
    Choline Chloride
    Calcium Carbonate
    Direct-Fed Microbials
    Vitamins/Minerals
    Last edited by Misschief; 11-10-2011 at 09:27 AM. Reason: EDIT

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    Yeh Hi Mischief
    Thanks for that but Axel is large breed so I have to be careful. What I have him on is working and he only eats what he needs. He is also losing some weight which is good for him. Thanks for your help

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    Here is an interesting article I found about dry food. Some interesting arguments to take into consideration.

    Myths About Raw: Most dogs do well on kibble, so is raw necessary?

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    a friend of mine use two kibbles and mix then together I can't remember what one right now but will ask

    just wanted to know if anyone ells dose this

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