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Old 08-21-2013, 08:13 AM   #11 (permalink)
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That's great! Glad you found what works for him.
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Old 08-21-2013, 09:45 AM   #12 (permalink)
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And now you begin to see the load of crap that the pet food companies are selling us... all the BIG companies that advertise on TV have us brainwashed into believing that their corn and wheat filled crap food is the best thing we can do for our pets! Ugh! It really pisses me off when I see these commercials now that my eyes have been opened!

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Old 08-25-2013, 12:28 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I agree as sasasola! It's quite funny when you think about it! In the wild they don't go picking wheat etc and think I might add that to my dinner tonight! Lol, but aside from that I think it's quite ironic that I am gluten intolerant and now I've put my dog on grain free as well! Lol


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Lol we weren't even through our first bag of grain free food before I was ready to switch to raw. I'm glad more people are going grain free! My sister just got a cat and her thought was "I can't wait to get him on good food." I said "like what?" she goes "oh idk yet. Something with ingredients I can pronounce. Like chicken, corn, rice,..." I cringed....


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I agree as sasasola! It's quite funny when you think about it! In the wild they don't go picking wheat etc and think I might add that to my dinner tonight! Lol, but aside from that I think it's quite ironic that I am gluten intolerant and now I've put my dog on grain free as well! Lol


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Old 08-25-2013, 05:10 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I've been using Wysong Epigen....with good results.... it is grain free and starch free and is 60% protein...... If you look around on line there are always coupons for free shipping... so it works out to about $2.00 a pound.....
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I've been using Wysong Epigen....with good results.... it is grain free and starch free and is 60% protein...... If you look around on line there are always coupons for free shipping... so it works out to about $2.00 a pound.....
Oooo lala 60% protein!? Love it. I know most around here disagree but I feel like you can never have too much protein whether feeding your dog or yourself.

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