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Judging by its ingredients alone, Source Dog Food looks like an above-average dry product.
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1. Even dehydrated, the quantity of meat (beef) is still in much higher quantity than the grains in the food. You wouldn’t get 27% proteins in the food if it was otherwise. Some companies can cheat the protein test by adding corn in the food, but since we don’t, you can feel secure that it is indeed a meat based food, and not a grain based one. In fact, grains only account for 15% of the total recipe. In our particular case, the argument about the dehydrated meat being lower down the list in incorrect. Another way to validate this is by looking at the quantity of stools your dog makes. Frequency is normally down to once a day with CaniSource instead of two-three times a day with other foods. In fact, stools are the same as with raw food, which everyone would agree has more meat than grain.
Judging by its ingredients alone, Simply Nourish Source looks like an above-average dry dog food.
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I have bought large and small bags. Someone in our local neighborhood told us about Nutrisource, when I shared I was pulled in different directions with all the recalls. I like dog food advisor because it helped me to evaluate Nutrisource and Pedigree. We have the vet records and physical evidence that verify his diet is working and he loves his food. It is not about money, I am quite comfortable and our dog lives very well. I only wanted other pet parents who might be researching like I did, to know we are happy with it and have never had any issues whatsoever with if (or the other). When I buy dog food I also keep it stored after opening it in a tight dry storage container. I also read vet written handbooks for dog parents, and pet parent magazines, supported by science and not opinion. I also have no/ 0 financial gain or afiliation with any pet food period, just a pet parent. Judging by its ingredients alone, NutriSource Grain Free looks like an above-average dry dog food.
Photo provided by FlickrJudging by its ingredients alone, NutriSource Dog Food looks like an above-average dry product.
Photo provided by FlickrJudging by its ingredients alone, CaniSource Grand Cru looks like an above-average dehydrated, raw dog food.
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NutriSource® Adult Chicken & Rice Formula Dog Food provides super premium nutrition in a scientifically formulated easy-to-digest food. Real chicken is the number one ingredient in NutriSource® Adult Chicken & Rice Formula Dog Food. Chicken is a source of high quality protein to help maintain muscle mass and strength. Chicken has a rich, wholesome taste dogs love. NutriSource® combines chicken, rice, and carefully selected ingredients in the precise blend to balance all essential nutrients necessary for optimum health, well being and long life. The readily available nutrients in chicken and rice result in less waste.NutriSource® Senior Dog Chicken and Rice Formula provides super premium nutrition in a scientifically formulated easy-to-digest food specially designed for dogs 7 years of age and older. Real chicken is the number one ingredient in NutriSou [...]I have 3 best friends, 2 -9 yr old min pins and a 18 month old Weim. I had them on a top name (you know the one, sky color tatanka) dog food and my pup started to loose weight, we spent three months trying to figure out his problem, I mean that food was supposed to be non allergenic with all the good stuff that would make him healthy. Low and behold I found SUPREME SOURCE about a year ago and all is well, he has been gaining weight like a demon. All my pups seem to thrive on this. no food allergies, runny pops or upset tummies for this bunch. So glad to find a company I can trust. Choose nutritious carbohydrates from whole grains or vegetables. Most dog foods also contain some carbohydrate source. Carbohydrates are necessary for making dry dog food. Corn, wheat and soy have been identified as ingredients that may provoke allergic reactions in dogs. However, veterinary nutritionists estimate that only about one in twenty itchy dogs is actually allergic to any of the ingredients found in high-quality, natural dog foods. If a dog isn’t allergic, then corn, wheat or soy are unlikely to present problems. Barley, rice, oats and potatoes are other excellent carbohydrate sources.