Join Date: May 2016
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I am opposed to most kibble because it usually has useless filler that offers no nutritional value to a dog, such as all grain products.Dogs are carnivores and scavengers by nature. Primal Raw dog food has the most complete and nutritious diet for dogs and is manufactured in human grade facilities (must be sanitary enough to prepare food for human consumption). You can buy it in frozen nuggets or dehydrated. Tux eats both. It comes in a variety of meat choices. The dehydrated nuggets are useful because they never spoil and you can order them online. Tux eats a TOTAL of one ounce of dehydrated food per day. That equates to four nuggets. He likes it crumbed up and dry. You can water it down also. I also give him raw goat milk (found in most good quality pet supply stores). He gets about a tablespoon 3 x per day aside from his food. That is about as close as you can get to a good probiotic. He has been fed this diet since he was 10 weeks old. He is now almost two years old. NO digestive issues whatsoever until he had a bad reaction to Heart worm medication which I will never administer again. He poops once a day, nice firm stools the size of a green bean. I spread out his meals to four times a day. You can check their reputation, ingredients, food amount calculator based on your pup's weight and age, etc.