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    If money were no object, and your sole concern was health, what kind of food would you buy for your cat/dog?
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    Probably the same stuff we have now. Blue Buffalo.
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    I would feed completely raw, if money were no object. Not the packaged raw, the real deal. Fresh raw meats and veggies.

    Instead, I feed a high quality kibble and high quality canned food. It's still a little expensive, but nothing like raw would be for two large breed male dogs.
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    Blue Buffalo. I've heard great things about them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jen1982 View Post
    I would feed completely raw, if money were no object.

    Instead, I feed a high quality kibble and high quality canned food. It's still a little expensive, but nothing like raw would be for two large breed male dogs.
    I would love to make food for my pups. It's time and money that's an issue for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jen1982 View Post
    I would feed completely raw, if money were no object.

    Instead, I feed a high quality kibble and high quality canned food. It's still a little expensive, but nothing like raw would be for two large breed male dogs.
    What brand is the high quality kibble/canned food?
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    I feed raw and Evo plus either orijen or acanna.. I would probably go entirely raw, though its not good for us since we do shows and have to take food with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBryTree View Post
    What brand is the high quality kibble/canned food?
    Merrick

    http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com/dog_f...ct=167&cat=all
    Wilderness Blend
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    http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com/dog_f...ct=166&cat=all
    Turducken

    and I mix the canned foods, all Merrick, but different flavors each day.
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    OMG my dogs love the wingading one!!
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    If we are serious about money being no object, I would feed entirely raw with supplements but I would also have my chef prepare it for my dog with a nutritionist on the side to insure she is getting adequate nutrition and needs for her breed.
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