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Nutro Grain-Free Large Breed Adult Farm-Raised Chicken, Lentils & Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food

Nutro Grain-Free Large Breed Adult Farm-Raised Chicken, Lentils & Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food

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    Large breed

    By Pigmommy on May 13, 2019

    I bought this bag and didn't pay attention to the "large breed" but all my babies eat it. I have few little dogs and they eat it too even. The kibbles are not hard but I shouldn't let the little eat big bites. As far as quality it's great and no pooping issues.

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    Good but expensive

    By ehayton on May 4, 2017

    My family adopted a dog a few months ago and having never owned a dog before, I've been thrust into the world of dog food, treats, toys, etc. One of the popular trends I've noticed recently is "grain free" dog food. On its surface I can certainly appreciate the idea of giving my dog something made My family adopted a dog a few months ago and having never owned a dog before, I've been thrust into the world of dog food, treats, toys, etc. One of the popular trends I've noticed recently is "grain free" dog food. On its surface I can certainly appreciate the idea of giving my dog something made from meat more than corn. So when Nutro offered to send me a free bag, I thought I'd give it a try. On introduction to my dog, he was more than happy to scarf the food down. That said, he's not exactly a picky eater so not a great judge of taste. Overall I can't say I've seen a noticeable difference in his digestion or appearance that I could link to feeding him Nutro's product. I do like that the first ingredient is chicken and that overall it seems to be made of more natural ingredients. That said, from what I've read the jury is still out on whether grain free food is really better for dogs. I'm not sure potatoes and lentils are any more natural for dogs than corn. And the cost for a bag of Nutro's grain free food is significantly more than my normal dog food. Even if I wanted to go grain free, Nutro is almost double the cost of Purina's Beneful Grain Free food, which also has chicken as the first ingredient. So while I would give Nutro a thumbs up for quality, I would give them two thumbs down for price. I'll likely stick with my normal, non-grain-free dog food for now. … more

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