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Farmina N&D Ancestral Grain Chicken & Pomegranate Medium & Maxi Adult Dry Dog Food

Farmina N&D Ancestral Grain Chicken & Pomegranate Medium & Maxi Adult Dry Dog Food

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    Great food!

    By DebA on Mar 13, 2020

    My 2 large breed dogs love this food. I'm a little unsure why the company has upped the recommended daily feeding amounts but I've used my own judgement in how much they get. Transition was relatively simple over a one week timeframe. I am hoping to move between the proteins so that they are not eating My 2 large breed dogs love this food. I'm a little unsure why the company has upped the recommended daily feeding amounts but I've used my own judgement in how much they get. Transition was relatively simple over a one week timeframe. I am hoping to move between the proteins so that they are not eating the same thing all the time. They need variety just like we do. Thanks for making this food available. … more

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    I wanted this food to work for my dog...

    By Karine on Mar 27, 2020

    I have a 21 months Belgian Malinois. This food is very good quality however my dog digestion on it was not great and very irregular. She is a very active dog but we noticed that since we started her on that food her muscle definition was less and she gained some weight. We are going back to her previous I have a 21 months Belgian Malinois. This food is very good quality however my dog digestion on it was not great and very irregular. She is a very active dog but we noticed that since we started her on that food her muscle definition was less and she gained some weight. We are going back to her previous food, which was more oriented for “sport”, even though ingredients didn’t seem as “good”, but she was thriving on it. … more

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