Charlie needed more dog food so when we went to town I decided to stop in at the animal clinic to see if they sold Eagle Pack for cheaper than the pet store. I asked the vet tech at the desk if they sold it. She said "No, we only carry premium foods". I said, "but isn't EP a premium food?" She said "No. Only foods recongized by veterinarians are premium, EP is sold in pet stores, and workers will tell you that it is a premium food to get your money". So I said, "what premium foods do you have then?" And she said "Medi-cal is the only premium food we have, it's the best food you can feed your dog". I said "But isn't EP a good food?". She says "Well, it's not a premium food.... If your looking for a good pet store brand, Eukanuba is probably the best (and she goes on about how great it is). If you buy from the grocery store, I recommend Iams, it's a high quality food... So, would you like to buy medi-cal, or do you want a sample?" I said "Well... Uh.. I guess I'll take a sample for now." And then she gets a sample for me and 2 pamplets, one on medi-cal and one on dog food nutrition. I leave, go to the pet store and buy Charlie his EP. What do you think of her information? Is it correct, and what do you think of medi-cal??