How much does Innova dog food cost in your area?

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  1. Renee750il

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    I feed it as their sole diet - except for the occasional leftovers they get and what they forage from the garbage :eek:

    I'll let you judge for yourself: http://www.chazhound.com/pictures/showgallery.php?cat=500&ppuser=148

    Their stools are much less than you'd expect from a dog that size; they're full of energy; beautifully muscled and no farting!
     
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    Very nice. I am glad to hear that you feed it as their sole diet. I am always looking to improve my dogs food if it will help improve their well being. I am happy with my current diet, but it never hurts to strive for something better and closer to what a dog would eat in nature. Your dogs are beautiful! :)
     
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    One more thing?

    Would any of you feed Innova EVO to a growing puppy? :confused:
     
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    EVO is a good choice for a large breed pup. I don't know about a pug, as they are a small breed. There might be some differences to consider though, since they truly are mini-molossers and much more heavily muscled and have a much thicker bone density than other small breeds.

    Mordy would be the one to check with on that, or you can even e-mail NaturaPet and ask them. They're very good about getting back with answers. (www.naturapet.com)
     

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