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      New dog Food For Active Hunting Lab

      Looking to get a new dog fed for my boy. Im very happy with my Current Fed but issue is its a small local ( Boise Idaho) store and im in Dayton Ohio. So shipping on the $56 dog food is $36 lol so wanting to find something I can buy and not ship. My dog is high drive very active. So id like something is high protein. Big names or a small local are both welcome. I want a truly quality food preferably no recalls.
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      Fromm.

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      I have a 15 month old intact male that is training for field trials... so he burns a lot of calories.
      I'm feeding him Dr. Tim's Pursuit. It's a 30/20 food that keeps weight on him very well. He needs to eat significantly less Pursuit to keep weight than some of the other brands I tried. Great stools, shinny coat, good even energy. Very happy with it!

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      Im Picking up some Victor Hi-Pro Plus- Active 30/20 5 star rating has better quality food source than most and it doesn't break the bank.....We'll see how the brown dog does on it

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      Bacon does well on Fromm 4-star grain free. We rotate flavors. He does well during hunting season
      Julie & Jake, Bacon's Humans

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      Didn't see you had two posts the same. I was going to suggest Victor's if you had it near you. I think you'll be pleased with it. I (and my dogs) certainly were.
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      “It came to me that every time I lose a dog they take a piece of my heart with them. And every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live long enough, all the components of my heart will be dog, and I will become as generous and loving as they are.”

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      You can get free shipping from lots of online sites. We go back and forth between wag.com and petco.com depending on who has the better deal/coupons. Been feeding Wellness Core Ocean formula for several years with very good results. Buying online it's tax free and none of the local retailers can touch the price we get.

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      Victor's Hi Pro Plus. 30@protein, 20@fat. It has beef meal, chicken meal, pork meal, and fish meal in it. No wheat, corn, or soy. I get 40 lbs from a local feed store for $36.00. I used to use Fromm. This is a great food that few people know about, I think.

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