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PostSubject: Nature's Logic   Nature's Logic EmptyWed Jul 03, 2013 2:24 pm

I did a search and didn't come up with anything.

I currently have Mishka on BBW puppy but want to switch him to something else. We have a local BARF store here that sells kibble and I visited and they gave me a TON of samples to let Mishka try. He absolutely devoured the sardine formula. On DFA it has a 5.0 rating. I like that it is fish based and would think the sardine oil would promote healthy coat (I already supplement with coconut oil, eggs, etc. every once in a while). I would love to feed raw but I'm still kind of iffy on it. I do have a couple of patties that I need to see how he'll like and maybe I would do a partial (premade) raw diet when I feel comfortable doing it.

We also tried the FROMM chicken and rice but it gave him soft poos. Now this is of course feeding 25% into what he is already eating and I did space the samples within a week of each other not to bombard his system. None of the other few samples I had messed with his system like the FROMM. :/

The price is about the same I think on this vs BBW, but the bag is bigger if I'm remembering correctly.

Just wanted to get some opinions if anyone has tried this brand in any formula.

Thanks. Smile

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