there are well renowned guide dog schools throughout the country that have essentially contracted to feed certain foods...and a few of them are foods you can buy in a grocery store....so i dont put too much stock into that.
Is that for the granular? The largest bag of Abady kibble is 20 pounds and it sells for about $35. Two kinds of Abady kibble available - New York Naturals (lamb & rice) and New Frontier (chicken meal) the lamb being slightly more expensive.
I bet the food is donated. I volunteered at a service dog org and their food was donated. Can't remember the brand but it wasn't a top brand. Maybe Iams but I'm not sure.
This really holds no water in my book. Doesn't AAHA put their trust in Science Diet?
there was no science, no legitimately done studies to support the ridiculous claim that feeding Abady prevents HD. if you read the whole story behind that claim, the conclusion is laughable and causes them to lose alot of credibility with me..They require feeding Abady because they reduced their incidents of HD tremendously when they started feeding Abady years ago..
The foster coordinator has informed me that, no, the food is NOT donated. The organization purchases the food from Abady. The organization selected that food based on its quality, after the organization did some research.I bet the food is donated. I volunteered at a service dog org and their food was donated. Can't remember the brand but it wasn't a top brand. Maybe Iams but I'm not sure.
One of the rescue volunteers I work with has a GSD that eats only Pedigree because its the only food that will agree with its digestive issues....... This sickly small runt pup ate Pedigree for over 13 years and died in it's sleep. Not bad for a German Shepherd. So to say that a particular food is not good for a dog is a generalization that is not always the case.