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Been feeding Harley the Hills Z/D food from the Vet. That stuff is high as giraffe pussy! For a 20-25lb bad is around 90-95 dollars. I bought a 44lb bag of Dr. Tims Pursuit online from pet flow and only paid 70 or so dollars for it if I remember right. Haven't tried my two labs on it yet but will start them on it when I get home to see how they do on it. But Harley has been doing good on the Hills Z/D food. Its just really expensive for such a little amount of food.


Is that a typo? Or you are feeding the Prescription formula? Why are you feeding that? There is nothing wrong with your dogs?

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Been feeding Harley the Hills Z/D food from the Vet. That stuff is high as giraffe pussy! For a 20-25lb bad is around 90-95 dollars. I bought a 44lb bag of Dr. Tims Pursuit online from pet flow and only paid 70 or so dollars for it if I remember right. Haven't tried my two labs on it yet but will start them on it when I get home to see how they do on it. But Harley has been doing good on the Hills Z/D food. Its just really expensive for such a little amount of food.


Is that a typo? Or you are feeding the Prescription formula? Why are you feeding that? There is nothing wrong with your dogs?



Its the prescription formula. I wish it was a typo! Harley been having loose stools for a while. Brought him to LSU Vet School to see a specialist in internal medicine. THey have never came out and said if it was IBS or allergies.

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Its the prescription formula. I wish it was a typo! Harley been having loose stools for a while. Brought him to LSU Vet School to see a specialist in internal medicine. THey have never came out and said if it was IBS or allergies.


Geez. if it's not working then why use it? Just go with the non RX formula.

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Its the prescription formula. I wish it was a typo! Harley been having loose stools for a while. Brought him to LSU Vet School to see a specialist in internal medicine. THey have never came out and said if it was IBS or allergies.


Geez. if it's not working then why use it? Just go with the non RX formula.



THe prescription formula has been helping him with the loose stool issue. Just really expensive, so I talked with my vet and told them my plans. They kind of don't want me to get him off the prescription formula. But told them the the Vet at LSU Vet Hospital said that after a time I may be able to ween him off of the prescription formula to another dog food. When I get home after this hitch going to slowy start adding the Dr. Tim's Pursuit to his prescription dog food. That way I'll be home to monitor how he does on it.

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They kind of don't want me to get him off the prescription formula.


I guess not! It's a money maker for them. I bet if you compare the Rx and regular S/D, you won't find much difference.

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Y'all wAste more money on dog food than anyone I know


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Y'all wAste more money on dog food than anyone I know


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Got a printing press in the spare room....THey haven't caught on to it yet so I'll just keep printing it out and spreading it around! LOL

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I been using a cheaper food for bout 2 months and n the last 2 weeks I notice his skin is getting real dry. I'm goin back with the good shit


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Purina performance pro plan


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Purina performance pro plan


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Got a printing press in the spare room....THey haven't caught on to it yet so I'll just keep printing it out and spreading it around! LOL


You need to come spread some by me. Oh and I think you need to come get that pool wall when you come in. :roll:

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I been using a cheaper food for bout 2 months and n the last 2 weeks I notice his skin is getting real dry. I'm goin back with the good shit



Just suppliment the food you are giving with fish oil. Can tuna or mackeral is just as good.

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If ima go through all that I might as well get good food, I don't like feeding the fucker as it is


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If ima go through all that I might as well get good food, I don't like feeding the fucker as it is



Let me know when you wanna let him go. :D I'll bring the owner surrender form for you to sign him over.

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kungfu35 wrote:
Got a printing press in the spare room....THey haven't caught on to it yet so I'll just keep printing it out and spreading it around! LOL


You need to come spread some by me. Oh and I think you need to come get that pool wall when you come in. :roll:



Yeah I need to go get that, and go to put it up at the lease....PUt it off long enough! LOL

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Thanks for that DH.

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Feed raw. Best thing I have ever done for my dogs. Spotless teeth, turds that are literally an inch long, soft shiny coats, clean ears, and all muscle.


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We have tried many differnt brands of dog foods and hands down our best results can from purina pro plan.. SPORT. Has plenty of protein and fat content and other nutritional benefits to keeps our dogs going strong threw the entire season...

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I feed both of my dogs, sport mix in the blue bag from tractor supply. its 27.00 for a 40lb bag. my labs coat is healthier and he is always full of energy and ready to go. my lab and my husky don't shed nearly as much and their nails don't split. very good food from what ive seen.

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Feed raw. Best thing I have ever done for my dogs. Spotless teeth, turds that are literally an inch long, soft shiny coats, clean ears, and all muscle.


I have been thinking about a raw diet for my dog as well. What are you using and paying price wise?

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victor dog food

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We've been using Natures Valley raw patties for AM and their "Instinct" w/freeze dried kibble for PM

The raw and grain free kibble have been great on her stomach, less farting and great protein


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X2

I have used pro plan since my pup was born. He loves it. You cant beat the price with a stick either. well you could it just wouldnt do you much good.

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I feed my Mut ole Roy and he eats the shit out of it

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I've been doing some trials with foods with my golden. She's got allergies so I gotta be careful what I feed her for the most part or it gets pretty bad. I've got her steady on Dr. Tim's active formula now and that stuff is the shit. I feed her 1/3 of what I fed her when she was eating Pro Plan. It's more expensive, but a bag lasts me almost three times as long. She also has noticeably more energy since I've started feeding the Dr. Tim's. It's great stuff.


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Hill's Natural Balance. Always had good luck with it.

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Taste of the wild high Prarie bison and venison is what I feed. I'm really happy with it. It's very nutritious, it's what I like to call a "hippy brand" dog food. The good thing is it doesn't have a bunch of fillers and it's all natural and very high in protein. My 85lbs lab eat 2 cups in the morning and 2 at night. It's very nutrient rich. if he eats more than that he starts getting fat. It costs more but you feed less and you have a healthier dog. It's similar to blue buffalo in ingredients etc. I get 30 lbs off of amazon for $42 with amazon prime. Locally it costs about 50 after tax

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Andy wrote:
Hill's Natural Balance. Always had good luck with it.

Same here


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Victor professional


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Purina Pro plan sport. 30/20.

Pups been on it his entire life. Breeder sent me home with a bag.

Trainer friend feeds all hers the same. Same for Most of the trials folks I know

Proven and easily findable chow. Fair price.


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https://books.google.ca/books/about/Ani ... edir_esc=y

...i learned to balance feed rations by hand back in the 70's using a calculator without an functions on it and it was a painfully slow process...i picked this up ten years ago when it came out and it has a cd with it that will do all the work for you and apply it to any stage of life and level of work of your dogs

...kennel masters used to be the ones with these secrets, but now anyone can do it

...been training labs since 1992 and the best thing i ever did for them was to start cooking fresh food for them ten years ago...i do it every other day...basic ingredients = barley, wheat, oats, corn oil, milk powder, alfalfa, meat/menhaden...all of which i have on the farm and/or buy in bulk for pennies of what commercial food costs...and it's fresh fresh...they have beautiful coats, no digestion problems, great energy, crumbly droppings, well digested, and they love it...commercial food is made from a lot of renderings and byproducts...i won't eat that so i won't feed it to my dogs

...it does take a lot more work


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https://books.google.ca/books/about/Ani ... edir_esc=y

...i learned to balance feed rations by hand back in the 70's using a calculator without any functions on it and it was a painfully slow process...i picked this up ten years ago when it came out and it has a cd with it that will do all the work for you and apply it to any stage of life and level of work of your dogs

...kennel masters used to be the ones with these secrets, but now anyone can do it

...been training labs since 1992 and the best thing i ever did for them was to start cooking fresh food for them ten years ago...i do it every other day...basic ingredients = barley, wheat, oats, corn oil, milk powder, alfalfa, meat/menhaden...all of which i have on the farm and/or buy in bulk for pennies of what commercial food costs...and it's fresh fresh...they have beautiful coats, no digestion problems, great energy, crumbly droppings, well digested, and they love it...commercial food is made from a lot of renderings and byproducts...i won't eat that so i won't feed it to my dogs

...it does take a lot more work


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