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Large breed dry dog food

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by francesandjon, Jun 11, 2010.


  1. francesandjon

    francesandjon PetForums VIP

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    Koda seems to be less enthusatic about his food these days.....he hasn't lost his appetite - will happily eat other things......but not keen on his 'breakfast' (which he has twice day) anymore.

    I've had a look on the net and found the following, what do people think??

    Wofcal dog adult large breed

    Iams dog adult large breed

    Arden Grange large breed

    Eukanuba adult large breed maintenance

    Nutro choice adult large breed

    Techni-cal lifestages adult large breed

    I found this list at petplanet.co.uk - JWB has been omitted intentially - tried it before and it didn't agree with Koda.

    Just wondered if anyone had any experiences with these foods, or any other suggestions?

    Thanks!
     
  2. findley

    findley PetForums Member

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    I have tried
    Iams
    Eukanuba
    I like both of these.
    Royal Canin and Beta, are good as well.:thumbup:
     
  3. Sam1309

    Sam1309 PetForums VIP

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    i wouldn't touch iams or eukubana

    i would suggest arden grange
    skinners
    burns

    my dog os on CSJ and loving it

    or at a push wainwrights available for Pets at home
     
  4. francesandjon

    francesandjon PetForums VIP

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    Can't see any large breed foods for CSJ or burns.....

    Might give arden grange a try.....
     
  5. GoldenShadow

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    How 'large' is Koda? My boy is considered a large breed but I don't buy him large breed food. Often found the ingredients were pretty much no different or things like glucosamine and chondroitin he has in treats or I can supplement as and when meaning I know exactly how much he then gets anyway.

    Is there any sort of meats he likes in particular? My dog is a very fishy dog, he LOVES fish and will eat most things, but fish is a big hit and when he was about 11 months I struggled to get him to eat but fish won him over :thumbup:
     
  6. francesandjon

    francesandjon PetForums VIP

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    He's about 48kg......He likes any meat or fish! I'm not keen on him having lamb though....makes nasty smells!
     
  7. Lyceum

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    Arden Grange, no question. Excellent food.
     
  8. Bearpaw

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    I dont think CSJ specifically mention breed size,due to it being an all round food :) If you arent sure email Ceri,and tell her about your dog and its requirements,and see what she reccommends (you arent obliged,just may help you decide)xx
     
  9. francesandjon

    francesandjon PetForums VIP

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    Found Arden grange large breed on the net for £30 for 15kg, so ordered a bag....and free delivery!!
     
  10. Ducky

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    i use arden grange large breed puppy. no complaints here! :)
     
  11. simplysardonic

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    Bob is on AG Large Breed & he loves it:)
     
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