I am sure that there are plenty of us that will say, feed raw. If you are wanting to go with kibble, that is fine and there are plenty of people to help you out with that. My own opinion is to go to raw especially with a pitt. They really like it and do best with it. Let us know which way you are looking at go and we are all more then happy to help you out. :smile:i have a 9 week old pit and i want to feed here right give here a good home what are some of the best foods to use as of right now i have been using science diet dry food
In what biology book did you read that young carnivores need grain in their diet? NO carnivore needs grain in their diet, young, old or in between.Sorry, I misread the first part about your pups age, definitely do not feed a grain free to a growing pup. But use a formulated large breed puppy food.
I reccomend either Innova large breed or Wellness
Then possibly you should say, "Pick a grain free food that is lower in calcium and phosphorus". There is never a time in any dog's life that grain is good for them in any form.Majority of the grain free foods are high in calcium and phosphorus and therefore can interfere with proper bone development.
PS - you know what's affordable and truly plant-matter free? $.50/lb for my dog food and meat, bones, and organs only. Try finding THAT in a so-called premium food. Sorry, I couldn't resist :biggrin:
Wrong...here's why: Tissue must be able to grow at the same rate as bone in order to support the dog. If bone grows faster than tissue you run into problems, and could be setting up the dog for pending diaster down the road.Are you here to pick fights, honestly? get a life.
I think meric1887 is looking for a kibble NOT RAW. Hence the post location.
Majority of the grain free foods are high in calcium and phosphorus and therefore can interfere with proper bone development. Therefore its best to stick with regular kibble until 1 or so, then switch to grain free if desired.
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