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PostSubject: Re: tractor supply foods   Tue Aug 20, 2013 7:59 pm

Nope ours doesn't carry the beef formula. It wouldn't matter if they did though, Dakota cannot tolerate fish or beef based foods. If only they'd come out with a lamb formula.

Bode is still very young at this point. Dakota ate much more when he was under 3 years of age. After 3 his food requirements dropped considerably. I remember feeding 2 cups/day of a much higher quality food than ND plus loads of complete foods as training treats when Dakota was 2, and he was skinny as a rail no matter how much food I pumped into him.

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PostSubject: Re: tractor supply foods   Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:13 pm

Ok so I'm an idiot lol. Thought the diamond food was grain free. They only carry 4 flavors of that and tractor supply must not carry them. I'm sure its better than the iams. I went ahead and got TOTW hi prairie I think. Its the toasted bison flavor. I feel bad Goethe girls, been transitioning them into the wrong food. They were sniffing the bag hard when it came in the house. Took about 10 bits in my hand and offered to Maya and she damn near stoped breathing lol she had her snout buried only hand trying to gobble the food down. She was so so with the diamond. Let the transition begin again :-(. Wasn't able to start the scheduled feeding last week either. Had a hectic week at work. Will have worked 14 out of 15 days come this Friday. This weekend should be no overtime so I'm going to start then and hope they aren't too stubborn.
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