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        02-09-2013, 03:18 PM
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    Yearling
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    We have always fed good old Wal-Wart Ol' Roy. Many years ago our small animal vet would always push Science Diet, etc on us. After our dog reached 17 and was still healthy he told us he would stop trying to get us to switch.
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    Based on my understanding, Science Diet isn't much better. I'm a member of a couple dog forums, and I've heard it being compared to cardboard/saw dust. It's basically why I don't seek nutrition advice from our vet, since I've read that most vets aren't up-to-date on nutrition and diet to begin with.
         
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        02-09-2013, 03:31 PM
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    Green Broke
    Currently I switched my doberman to a grain free salmon, sweet potato and pumpkin natures recipe dog food. However I can't find that in my town so I will be switching to the similar version salmon and sweet potato taste of the wild dog food.
    My girl does amazing on the grain free, a few months ago she wasn't keeping food down and was acting out of it. Well she's been on the grain free stuff about 2 months and doing amazing. Gained some weight, coat is gorgeous and hasn't had one issue with keeping it down.

    She had a very sensitive stomach and was previously on adult pedigree but her coat was fairly dull and she wouldn't gain weight even being fed 2 1/2 cups twice a day, now being fed the same amount she is much healthier looking and acting.
         
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