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PostSubject: Farmina N&D from Italy   Farmina N&D from Italy EmptyTue Dec 23, 2014 2:41 pm

Anyone using this food? I took a crack at it after seeing it is the only dry food on Susan Thixton's List of Best Foods. Seems to have a following among Husky users, at list from what I can see on the company's Facebook page.

I tried the herring grain free food and my two wouldn't touch the Fromm mixed in and I had no issue with a cold turkey switch.

Nice chunky kibble size is nice too.

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Location : west Texas

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PostSubject: Re: Farmina N&D from Italy   Farmina N&D from Italy EmptyTue Dec 23, 2014 3:23 pm

Welcome to the forum Sam!! I have not tried the food, but know it is a high quality food. Nice to hear your two had no problems switching, could be because Fromm is an excellent food too. Can't wait to see pics, we love pics here!! Very Happy
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Female Join date : 2009-06-23
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PostSubject: Re: Farmina N&D from Italy   Farmina N&D from Italy EmptyTue Dec 23, 2014 10:15 pm

Farmina is excellent food. I don't use it currently but I have tried it in the past. Definitely recommend this food.

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