I have three dogs on three different diets, according to their needs. My Boston Terrier is on a Hill's sensitive stomach/ID diet, by orders of the veterinarian. He has doggie IBS (which he acquired before he was rescued), and the only thing that seems to keep him healthy is this diet. However, I've recently heard some whispers about Hill's not being the best thing on the market. With this possibility in mind, I'm stuck between a rock and a hard spot, as I want to do what is healthiest for my pet, but I want him to feel well, also. My oldest dog (a terrier mix) has hip dysplasia. I have been feeding him "Breeder's Choice-Active dog formula," as it is specially formulated for dogs with hip and joint problems. I can't seem to find any articles regarding Breeder's Choice, but the price would say it is pretty good food. My youngest dog, Phoebe (a border collie mix), is on a diet of California Natural and Pinnacle (by Breeder's choice) wet food. Again, I can't find anything on Pinnacle, but the price of $1.50 per small can would hopefully indicate that it is a good food. I'm just trying to make sure that I'm giving my dogs the best nutrition and life I can. Does anyone know anything about these foods? So far, I've heard only good about California Natural, and my Phoebe looks great (has a beautiful coat!!!).