The bag shown is incorrect. A green bag comes in its place and it is not the same! They are different in size and one ingredient off.
My active standard poodle has eaten Dr. Tim's Pursuit for three years and is thriving. She snarfs it up with gusto every meal.
I bought Dr. Tim's Pursuit locally for several years. Dr. Tim Hunt DVM is a friend and excellent dog food formulator. My local supplier exited the petfood supply business with inflationary pressures and concerns. My dogs do so well on Pursuit that I switched to Chewy autoship. Our delivery arrived yesterday without a hitch. A+ to Chewy. A+ to Dr. Tim Hunt!
My dogs absolutely love this food! I am no longer loving the price!!! It’s too bad that Dr. Tim’s got on the inflation bandwagon. I will be looking for a local source and a new brand! It’s also too bad that Chewy cannot negotiate better prices for their customers!
Our GSP loves it! She’s fit and very active. We’ve had her on Dr. Tims since she’s been a puppy.
The first time I gave I this to my dog, she loved it, so I immediately ordered two more bags. After that she wouldn’t eat another bite of it. I tried mixing it with wet food, chicken, broth etc. That didn’t seem to help much. I spent way too much money and was left with 3 full bags, unfortunately.
Our 60lb mixed breed (picky eater) puppy is just about the age where he should no longer be on puppy food, and I spent a while trying to decide what to feed him as an adult. I'm skeptical of totally grain free food, and this sounded like a good potential option. Although our puppy is not a working dog, and the Dr Tim's food selection guide might suggest we should go with the more "house pet" variety, at some point you have to trust your instincts about your own pet. Our dog has always been both very energetic and very lean. He goes to a dog daycare once a week, and we can't count how many times a dazed looking employee has asked us at the end of the day, "Does he ever slow down?" Nope! Welcome to our extremely full lives with a large, enthusiastic, joyful bouncy ball of a dog. So... I chose this variety instead. So far he's doing extremely well on this food. I poured some into a small dish and set it aside an equal dish with his previous food, and he gave both a sniff before diving into the Dr. Tim's first. Given that he's a fairly selective eater, we breathed a sigh of relief at the first hurdle passed. Next we integrated it into his diet slowly; he's had some issues with gastric distress in the past, but this has been totally fine. We've had some issues (with his puppy food) with him getting bored at mealtimes and wandering away, but due to our other pets we cannot free feed. This food is fairly dense in caloric and nutritive value, and I feel good about him not being under nourished if he eats a smaller portion some days. All told, it's a win so far. We'll continue to feed him this and update if our experience with it changes.
I really hoped my dog would like this dog food but she has shown less interest in it despite being a not picky eater at all. Then the food started giving her loose stool and diarrhea with blood in it. She sometimes even whines in pain and can’t hold her diarrhea for days. Avoid this brand/product!!
We have over twenty dogs, different breeds, different ages that have recently developed upset stomachs after eating a sport dog food we've used for years. Dr. Tim's was recommended to try by a fellow dog lover. We were worried that the change would make matters worse. Surprisingly the dogs stomachs have been so much better and they love it. Delivery is super fast! We can honestly recommend to try Dr. Tim's Active Dog Pursuit Formula Dry Dog Food.
I fed a bag of this to my young active Brittany. She did well on it, liked it and her weight held nicely. The only problem is, it only comes in a 5 lb and 40 lb bag. The small bag only lasts a few weeks and the big bag is WAY too much when you are only feeding one 23# dog. It takes forever to get through and would sit for months before the bag is gone. Hopefully a medium sized bag is released sooner rather than later, like the other formulas have, so I can start feeding it again.