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Wellness CORE Grain-Free Puppy Chicken & Turkey Recipe Dry Dog Food

Wellness CORE Grain-Free Puppy Chicken & Turkey Recipe Dry Dog Food

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    Puppy loves it

    By Anna on Mar 16, 2020

    I’ve seen mixed reviews- either their dog is picky and loves it or their dog is picky and hates it. I’ve put my shiba inu on this food since I got her as a pup and she loves it and chows it down in seconds. If you get a pup I would definitely recommend you put them on this immediately so they get used I’ve seen mixed reviews- either their dog is picky and loves it or their dog is picky and hates it. I’ve put my shiba inu on this food since I got her as a pup and she loves it and chows it down in seconds. If you get a pup I would definitely recommend you put them on this immediately so they get used to it! … more

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    Buyer Beware!

    By Gem615 on Feb 17, 2020

    Shocked to see peas, legume, potato product in the top 10 ingredients! Shame on them - for their potential harm & cheating... The Vet Community & the FDA have conducted a study/ researched since 2014, the fact that peas, legumes & potato in any form in dog foods, aside from causing DIGESTIVE ISSUES Shocked to see peas, legume, potato product in the top 10 ingredients! Shame on them - for their potential harm & cheating... The Vet Community & the FDA have conducted a study/ researched since 2014, the fact that peas, legumes & potato in any form in dog foods, aside from causing DIGESTIVE ISSUES - is DIRECTLY LINKED to the development of DCM (DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY) in dog food! They also are a CHEAP & EASY way TO CHEAT by FALSELY increasing the protein totals when tested by the USDA who assumes protein values are entirely meat based! I just believe that people have the right to know everything that could potentially harm their dogs unknowingly! … more

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