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I answered your other thread, please read it. Orijen is a very rich food if your breeder started your dog on this it is one thing, richer is not better if your dog is not active, yes I know puppies are all active and growing, they need different things as puppys and have developing systems. Orijen is a good food I use it but, I also feed canned (I am one of those people that switch the canned on a regular basis, but not the kibble) the reason is the canned has a lot of water so mixing makes my guys think they are eating more as a small amount of Orijen goes a long way. Also my 15 yr old Lhasa with many health issues, can not have it at all, it is too rich and puts a load on his kidneys, he is not very active and has been doing very well on KD renal...it works for him.
I can tell you want to do the best for your new puppy, its just a suggestion; take it slow and ease your puppy in, what works for one, may not work for another. Remember what looks good on paper sometimes when put in to use does not work at all.
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