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Taste of the Wild Pine Forest Grain-Free Dry Dog Food

Taste of the Wild Pine Forest Grain-Free Dry Dog Food

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    My GSD loves this food and eats it all

    By SkinnyGSD on Apr 27, 2021

    I needed a new food for my 1 year old GSD. He was not eating any of the others very well and he is really skinny. He does not like carbs, he is an all meat kind of guy. He loves the Venison taste and everything else that is in this food. How do I know this? Because he finishes his bowl every time I needed a new food for my 1 year old GSD. He was not eating any of the others very well and he is really skinny. He does not like carbs, he is an all meat kind of guy. He loves the Venison taste and everything else that is in this food. How do I know this? Because he finishes his bowl every time. The transition to this food was good too, no issues. … more

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    One Loves, One Doesn’t

    By LSanchez on Apr 24, 2021

    So I bought this because I heard it has a great nutritional value for dogs especially in the protein department. I was a little nervous to buy because we’ve never bought venison for them before. I was right to be so because it took a little effort to have Max and Lexy try it. So far it’s only Max who So I bought this because I heard it has a great nutritional value for dogs especially in the protein department. I was a little nervous to buy because we’ve never bought venison for them before. I was right to be so because it took a little effort to have Max and Lexy try it. So far it’s only Max who prefers it while Lexy would only eat it if my mother fed it to her, if not she won’t eat it, at least not until she gets hungry and forces herself to. That’s not my complaint however, the quality of the food is obviously superb and she obviously just doesn’t prefer. However, it can be a little too hard for them to chew on. They don’t have any teeth trouble but you can see how much of a struggle it can be for them to bite down on it and the high cracking sounds don’t help. If your dog eats venison then this is the way to go, careful for those whose dogs have sensitive teeth though. … more

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