Thanks unosmom, I wont mix them then.Nope, not a good idea since they digest at different rates, if you want to feed just grain free, you can mix 2 grainless kibbles or 2 grain inclusive ones, but do so carefully over time to prevent any issues.
Agreed! The EVO Large & Small Bites are grain free with a much higher protein content than any other dry food I've found on the market (43%). Our dog has been doing fantastic on the Turkey/Chicken version. Also, because it's a more calorie dense food, he needs less of it.i agree, it wouldn't be a good idea. like others have said, both foods digest at a different rate because of one containing grain, and the other not. I made that mistake with my dog when she was younger. She had fairly loose bowels until i switcher completely to evo.
Rather than try and explain why the two may digest at different rates, I'll first try and explain to you why there is no benefit in feeding your dog a food with grain in it to begin with. Here is a fairly simple explanation I recently came across;I don't buy it. So one has potatoes and one has rice, basically, and you'r trying to tell me they digest at a different rate. LOL, sorry it's like saying don't mix dry with wet or don't mix turkey with chicken or don't mix chicken with fish. Sounds silly to me. You'd have to prove this one to me, with some proof and not just someones opinion. I mix Orijen with California Natural and my dog is going great.