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Nature's Logic Canine Chicken Meal Feast All Life Stages Dry Dog Food

Nature's Logic Canine Chicken Meal Feast All Life Stages Dry Dog Food

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    After tons of research I decided on Nature's Logic. It was a great choice.

    By LabLady on Jan 20, 2021

    I own 4 active Labrador Retrievers, ranging in age from 4 months to 4 years. Labs are one of many breeds that are genetically prone to copper storage problems, so I set out to find a food with no copper sulfate added. This proved to be a hard task, especially since the vast majority of dog food companies I own 4 active Labrador Retrievers, ranging in age from 4 months to 4 years. Labs are one of many breeds that are genetically prone to copper storage problems, so I set out to find a food with no copper sulfate added. This proved to be a hard task, especially since the vast majority of dog food companies don't provide copper content information on their recipes. This is what ultimately sold me on Nature's Logic. I felt comfortable knowing this recipe had absolutely no added/artificial minerals, as well as containing a low level of naturally derived copper. I have fed various Purina ProPlan recipes, Hills Science Diet, and Royal Canin in the past. My dogs have been on Nature's Logic recipe for 4 months. One is prone to mild (but nonetheless annoying) itchy skin and yeasty ears. After 2 months on Nature's Logic, she no longer suffers from itchiness and her coat is the thickest and most beautiful it's ever been. As far as stools go, none of them experienced a single day of "the runs" after switching to this brand. Compared to Purina ProPlan 30/20, they seem to eat less, maintain weight, crap less, and are more "solid". Win-win! The only criticisms I have are that I wish the kibbles came in a larger size, and I wish it came in a 45-lb bag. It is also quite expensive, but it doesn't cost significantly more than any other quality brand, so the price isn't a huge deterrent. Overall I am thrilled with this find, and plan to rotate through their non-grain-free recipes in the future. … more

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    Its making dogs fat because it doesn’t fill them up

    By Kiki on Nov 12, 2020

    I have always free fed dry food & had no problem with dogs overeating. But with this food they cant seem to get full. They just keep eating too much & both have gained weight.& now are fat. I dont know if they are always hungry on this food. It very expensive so I expected it would be healthy but its I have always free fed dry food & had no problem with dogs overeating. But with this food they cant seem to get full. They just keep eating too much & both have gained weight.& now are fat. I dont know if they are always hungry on this food. It very expensive so I expected it would be healthy but its not. I dont think it is good for them. … more

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