Beneful is awful! That being said, I'd say it depends on what is available in your area to determine what you can get. If you've only got Petsmart, the only good brands there are Blue Buffalo and ByNature is ok. PetCo has Wellness (I really like the Core because it's grain-free), Natural Balance (but only the blue bag, the rest are all too grain-heavy), Solid Gold, and Pinnacle.
If you can find a doggy boutique store, then your options open up a bit more. Orijen and Innova Evo are two of the best grain-free foods on the market and usually only carried in these stores. I hear Timberwolf is good, along with Fromm and California Natural as well.
And remember, if you're going to switch her foods, take about 2 weeks of mixing the two foods together (75% of the old, 25% of the new to start) so as not to have any digestive upset.
How old is Isabella?
walmart, petsmart, petco ( petsmart and petco are 2 hrs away but worth the drive if hey have good dog food) and a local petstore lol. well and target too. this town i live in is kind of small and hopeless lol but i think there is a good petstore in the next town also, i dont know what they have, since we got an ad from it recently and havent checked it outOkay yeah so any of those brands would be fine for her. What sort of stores do you have in your area?
cool thanks yea shipping stuff is so expensive.Lol sounds like the town I used to live in! Check your local store, if they don't have any of those brands, then I'd say either make the drive to the Petsmart or Petco or you can always order it online too. But then you usually get charged an arm and a leg for shipping. It's probably more worth it to drive and stock up than order off the internet.
Avoid any of the food you can find in Walmart and Target unless you find it in the butcher section :wink:
Pukanuba! Hahaha That's funny!!!No Iams, pukanuba, purina, kibbles and bits, ol roy, pedigree, etc.