Mans best friend


#111

Probably the best friend, and the smartest dog I even had. One we had to leave behind when moving here.


#112

Why?


#113

Couldn’t take her on the plane with us.


#114

#115

Lone Wolf McQuade touched on the subject earlier in the thread. The list keeps getting larger and larger, here’s a current list of recalled dog foods, https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-recalls/


#116

https://www.wpxi.com/news/top-stories/fda-recalling-several-brands-of-dog-food-with-potentially-toxic-levels-of-vitamin-d/883237737


#117

Probably same information, expanded update. Obviously these companies are sourcing ingredients from the same suppliers, probably china…


#118

This is why our greyhound only gets this food wet or dry.

https://nutrish.com/faq/dog/dry-dog-food

US made and sourced or nothing.


#119

Thanks for the tip of the dog food, I’ve seen it in the grocery store, good price too!


#120

Sure thing! It’s pretty easy to introduce too since it’s real ingredients. Start mixing it in to your normal dog food until completely changed over to avoid gastrointestinal issues with a drastic food change. The Peak is about $5~8 more but so far we haven’t seen much difference to warrant that extra monies.

Amazon prime sometimes has a good deal on this food too.