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PostSubject: Simply Nourish (Petsmart food)   Simply Nourish (Petsmart food) EmptyTue Jul 02, 2013 6:53 pm

I was at petsmart this weekend and wanted to change my dogs food from science diet to Blue Wilderness. The guy at petsmart recommended Simply Nourish Puppy Chicken and Brown Rice. Anyone know much about this brand of food? I ended up buying it and after three days my puppies gas has started to stink and never had that before. I'm guessing it could be from the slow change from one food to another. I'm just hoping it isn't caused by the food. I called the store and they said I could bring it back if it was causing problems. So I guess just trying to get info on this type of food. Thanks
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PostSubject: Re: Simply Nourish (Petsmart food)   Simply Nourish (Petsmart food) EmptyTue Jul 02, 2013 7:01 pm

By the way Loki is 20 weeks old and 36.4 lbs. This seem to be a bit heavy?
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PostSubject: Re: Simply Nourish (Petsmart food)   Simply Nourish (Petsmart food) EmptyWed Jul 03, 2013 1:46 pm

http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-reviews/simply-nourish-dry/

Sorry not real helpful info: I thought about buying it myself becasue it does not have turkey but it chicken and I saw that the dogfood advisor did rate it

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PostSubject: Re: Simply Nourish (Petsmart food)   Simply Nourish (Petsmart food) EmptyWed Jul 03, 2013 1:51 pm

Juneau was on this when I first got her. If I remember right, she had loose stools. It doesn't have any corn fillers. It does have some grain, which some dogs are allergic to. I switched her to Taste of the Wild - Pacific Salmon and she does really good on it. Her coat is shiny and stools are firm. It doesn't have any corn or grain in it.

It seems like a decent food if you don't want to buy any other brands online. You can always go to a pet boutique in your area to see if they carry the more natural and higher protein brands. They give some good advice.
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PostSubject: Re: Simply Nourish (Petsmart food)   Simply Nourish (Petsmart food) EmptyWed Jul 03, 2013 2:12 pm

thanks for info. we are picking up some taste of the wild puppy formula. just need to decide between high prairie and pacific stream
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