I’ll be receiving my puppy in a couple of days. He’ll be shipped from another state. He’s an Olde English Bulldogge/Dogue De Bourdeaux Mix (French Mastiff). The breeder is feeding him Eukanuba and Purina mixed. I’ve been doing my own research about some real high quality puppy food(dry) for large breeds. I came up with some Brand names like: Wellness, Solid Gold, Eagle Pack Holistic, Nutro Ultra Holistic, Blue Buffalo, Merrick, Innova, Canidae, Fromm, GO Natural, Orijen(excellent canadian dog food) etc. just to name a few. I’m thinking to feed him Eagle Pack with Orijen (mixing it). Maybe 50-50 or 60-40 (60% E. Pack, 40% Orijen). I need some suggestions from experience people please (breeders, dog nutritionists, dog owners, veterinarians, etc). I’ll appreciate your help!
We feed Taste of the Wild Prairie formula. It’s a no-grain formula that is actually cheaper than a lot of foods, but nutritionally it’s very sound.
I had to learn basic dog nutrition when I was interning, so I tend to look at dog foods by their ingredients and judge them that way. I have no problem moving to a new one if the formula changes so it doesn’t look as good (like what Canidae did recently.) Really, for the money, I believe this is about the best food right now.
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