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Re: Feeding a BIG puppy
« Reply #45 on: January 21, 2006, 12:32:18 am »

When it comes to selecting a high quality kibble, I find that the vast majority of people do not know what this means.  Unless they are walking into a specialty animal supply store, they are liking not even seeing true high quality kibble and instead are relying on what they see on grocery store shelves.

If you are unfamiliar with everything that is in most kibble, that is not required to be on the label, then do some research and you will be amazed.  Check out the Animal Protection Institutes report on what is in dog food at best report done on the subject.  I still can't believe that Science Diet and Eukanuba are still allowed to be marketed frankly.

If you are not familiar with Whole Dog Journal, then it is a must get subscription and the most reputable dog publication on the market - they do not accept any advertizing and cannot be bought - they tell it honestly and straightforwar d.  They do an annual dog food review and recommend several top brands, detailing why and their ingredients - it comes out every January and just came out today - everyone should get it.
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