I used the store locator at canidae.com to figure out where to find it:My_Harleigh\";p=\"98450 said:I thought I could find Canidae at Petsmart and it wasn't there. Where do you all get your Canidae food?
If the eye boogers are being caused by the food, it might be tricky figuring out the ingredient that is the culprit. Over in this thread, Beka said that it looks like it was the chicken in her dog's food that was causing the eye boogers for her dogs. Switching to a lamb food got rid of the eye boogers for her. I noticed that DogFoodAnalysis.com gives Canidae's Lamb and Rice Formula 4 out of 6 stars due to "limited confidence in meat content".My_Harleigh\";p=\"98508 said:Harleigh's stools are loose and has ALOT of eye boogers too. More so with the eyes in the past couple days. I have heard many different reasons behind it but coincidently, I switched her food (same brand Royal Canin) from babydog to puppydog and her eye boogers are worse. So I may be switching to Canidae very soon. I have heard very good things
Well, its been almost a week on the Canidae, and I don't think its going to work out. His poop has been firm, but unfortunately he's going about six times a day. I think its back to the drawing board for us.sizzam\";p=\"98494 said:I just started my guy on Canidae All Stages today. It is one of the foods recommended often in this forum, and is rated at 5 out of 6 stars here:
http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com/dog_food ... 28&cat=all
He's four months old and only been with me for a little over a week now. He has been on Beneful since he was born. Beneful is rated very low (1 star at dogfoodanalysis.com and 'F' on all other scales I've seen). His stool has been soft and he gets constant clear eye boogers (not sure if its the food or something else causing that). He also tends to 'graze' at his bowl instead of eating it all at one shot.
This morning I mixed Canidae and Beneful about half/half to make sure I don't upset his stomach. I'm going to do this for the next few days if needed to make sure he transitions ok. I was a little unsure about the Canidae when I opened it up, it looks kind of like really dark Cocoa Puffs. But, my goodness, this was very ironic because Murphy went cuckoo over this food! He scarfed it down and chased down every piece that went astray and then proceeded to lick his bowl.
As long as it agrees with his stomach, I think I've found his new food, at least for a while. I'm very comfortable with the meat content and ingredients, and he likes it a lot. After tax I paid about $45 for a 40 lb bag, but I didn't shop around so I may be able to get the next bag cheaper.