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

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

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    My puppy loves it

    By TammyP on Aug 16, 2019

    After learning about DCM, I chose to play it safe with both my puppy and my adult dog, and get away from grain free foods while they figure things out. I chose Ancestral Grains for its high quality ingredients. While transitioning my puppy, I noticed that he picked around the old food to get to this After learning about DCM, I chose to play it safe with both my puppy and my adult dog, and get away from grain free foods while they figure things out. I chose Ancestral Grains for its high quality ingredients. While transitioning my puppy, I noticed that he picked around the old food to get to this food first at every meal. He loves this food! It did take a bit of extra time to transition where stools were loose. But I gave it a little extra time and he’s doing great now. … more

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    Maybe a good quality dog food.

    By Chickensanddogs on Aug 9, 2019

    My two puppies would not even taste it so rather than throwing it away, I tried to feed it to the big dogs and they didn't want anything to do with it. Looks like I have a $64 bag of dog food for the garbage. When I opened the bag it smelled like decaying chicken. So disappointed.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My puppy loves it

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    After learning about DCM, I chose to play it safe with both my puppy and my adult dog, and get away from grain free foods while they figure things out. I chose Ancestral Grains for its high quality ingredients. While transitioning my puppy, I noticed that he picked around the old food to get to this food first at every meal. He loves this food! It did take a bit of extra time to transition where stools were loose. But I gave it a little extra time and he’s doing great now.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Italian quality dog kibble

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    Farmina is an excellent quality kibble. My dogs did not itch or show signs of allergies with Farmina. The kibble itself is really nice, firm and flat. My dogs would recommend this kibble compared to others!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    New Puppy Loves Farminia

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    I started my pup on this two days after his arrival at eight weeks. Breeder had him on Diamond puppy which gave him runny stools. Its now my second bag he’s eaten and his poops are regular and firm. He eats every morsel and is thriving according to his Vet. I didn’t comment,at first because I was giving the food time. Its now a good ten or eleven weeks and I have no complaints. My Border Collie puppy is satisfied. My only question is when to switch him to the adult formula?

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Finicky Eater Approved!

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    In December 2018 we got a Cavachon puppy. At 10 weeks old, she was a tiny 2 lbs. ball of fluff that was not interested in eating the food her breeder recommended. Our 6 year old Cavachon, however, was food obsessed (except when it came to kibble) and at 25 lbs., needed to loose a good 5 lbs., according to our vet. After extensive research, I was excited to find this formula that fulfilled the nutritional needs of both (my only reservation being my older dog’s history of turning her nose up to kibble). It has been 5 months since we first tried this product and I am thrilled to share that my older dog has lost the excess weight and the puppy is developing beautifully. Both dogs devour it without In December 2018 we got a Cavachon puppy. At 10 weeks old, she was a tiny 2 lbs. ball of fluff that was not interested in eating the food her breeder recommended. Our 6 year old Cavachon, however, was food obsessed (except when it came to kibble) and at 25 lbs., needed to loose a good 5 lbs., according to our vet. After extensive research, I was excited to find this formula that fulfilled the nutritional needs of both (my only reservation being my older dog’s history of turning her nose up to kibble). It has been 5 months since we first tried this product and I am thrilled to share that my older dog has lost the excess weight and the puppy is developing beautifully. Both dogs devour it without hesitation and I love knowing that I am providing them with the best possible nutrition. As a side note, I was both surprised and impressed that the packaging is vacuum sealed! To ensure freshness and keep vermin from access, we store the kibble in a plastic ice chest, left in a cool, dry location. It’s much less expensive and easier to access than most traditional containers and is easy to store and move (especially if it has wheels and a handle). ;D … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Finally dog food with safe grains

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    My Labrador puppy absolutely loves this! When the food arrived she could smell it thru the bag and turned her nose up at Fromm Large Breed puppy. Finally a safe grain dog food for large breed puppies. . Our puppy trainer recommended bc no legumes, after my vet said absolutely no grain free. I can rest a night knowing that Jolee loves Farmina large breed. She gobbles it up. I even use kibble as treats. We are thinking about trying the lamb version as well.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Love that its low grain

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    Finding a dog food that is potato, sweet potato and grain free is hard. This is a great alternative with ancient grains that do not cause my dogs skin to flare up! They seem to like the taste and the kibble size is small enough even for my 5 lb Papillon.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Choice.

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    Started my 2 pups on another high rated food that had more grain. One did well, the other sensitive pup did not. She had looser stool and gas. My breeder suggested this and they both LOVE it! I even use it for treating them they love it so much. No more gas and no loose stool. Worth the money!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Low Grain = No Potatoes, Peas or Legumes

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    After MUCH research, I finally found a food that doesn’t contain any of the ingredients that are deemed possibly harmful by the FDA! It only has a small amount of grain, and seems to be a good alternative to grain free and food containing large amounts of grain. My Welsh terrier LOVES this food! I am at peace!!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Dog Food

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    My dog's breeder feeds this, so I ordered to continue her without upsetting her system. All of the breeders dogs are very healthy, with fantastic coats. Item came quickly, and well packaged. Highly recommend.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great food

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    I purchased this product based on the review of its ingredients and my dog loves it.

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