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Im not trying to take any users away from this site.

I think this site is WONDERFUL because it allows owners to talk to one another, where the site I use does not. However, I think dog owners can really benefit from the information posted on:

http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com

I was told about this site from some users on a pet forum on Craigslist, and I was so shocked to learn the difference in foods and ingredients, and I really feel INFORMED since I found it.

Try it.

Come back here, and talk about it.
 

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I am currently feeding my 7 month old, 40 lb puppy the puppy version of Solid Gold- does anyone have any other info on this product? I would rather spend money feding her good, human grade food that running to the vet - Incidently- I fed a previous dog the so-called precscription crap that was only available at the vet's- stupid me! trusted that vet! After the Chinese poison mess- I then checked the ingredient list and found that corn meal was the Number 1 ingredient on this vet approved, recommended and sold ony by the vet- what a total rip off.
 

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I am currently feeding my 7 month old, 40 lb puppy the puppy version of Solid Gold- does anyone have any other info on this product? I would rather spend money feding her good, human grade food that running to the vet - Incidently- I fed a previous dog the so-called precscription crap that was only available at the vet's- stupid me! trusted that vet! After the Chinese poison mess- I then checked the ingredient list and found that corn meal was the Number 1 ingredient on this vet approved, recommended and sold ony by the vet- what a total rip off.
I have raised two CANE CORSI on Wellnes puppy and I have been pleased with the results.
My prior food was Eukanuba and wellness.
 
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Im not trying to take any users away from this site.

I think this site is WONDERFUL because it allows owners to talk to one another, where the site I use does not. However, I think dog owners can really benefit from the information posted on:

http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com

I was told about this site from some users on a pet forum on Craigslist, and I was so shocked to learn the difference in foods and ingredients, and I really feel INFORMED since I found it.

Try it.

Come back here, and talk about it.
This is a website that I recommend often, in fact I gave the address to a customer at Petsmart yesterday who was asking me about Beneful (aka Benecrap). Ick! I went through the ingredients with him, and explained what they were and why they were bad. He left without buying any food, and the address written down for him.
 
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