I am trying to find a dog food that will help with my dogs’ shedding and keep them healthy since they are both barely over one. One of them is a border collie/pit bull mix and the other is a maltese mix (I really don’t know what all he has in him), I know it is going to be difficult finding a dog food to fit both needs but any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
v-dog | Vegan Dog Food | Healthy Dog Treats – V-dog
We been down bad roads with previous dogs and their health issues which most of them were food related. We decided to be very pro-active and only feed our dogs the best of the best! They love it.... we feel good about it... now if we can get Healthy Dogma into some local stores we'd be extremely happy!
Healthy Advantage Dog Food | Hill's Pet
Have you checked out the budget friendly list on the Editor’s Choice site? The kibble that I feed mine with success so far are: Victor, Whole Earth Farms, 4Health, Taste of the Wild, Eagle Pack and Nutrisource. In fact, I believe that Eagle Pack is made by Wellpet. Same company that makes his current food. You could always add fresh fruits, lean meats and veggies to their meals if those are important to you. He would probably get more benefits from them anyway. I add toppers to all my dogs meals. Hope this helps.
Dog Food: Healthy & Holistic Dog Food | Wysong
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