Medi-Cal

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  1. Kathy29

    Kathy29 New Member

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    The breeder which I'm getting my second dog from recommends feeding Medi-Cal and Royal Canin. I'm aware of the type of food Royal Canin is but can someone shed some light on Medi-Cal for me? I can't seem to find their actual ingredients list unless the ingredients in that table is in some soft of order.

    http://www.medi-cal.ca/templates/Consumer/ConsumerLevel2Template.asp
     
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    Medi-Cal is the prescription line of Techni-Cal. I think ever since Royal Canin took over the company, it's similar to, or the same as some IVD products.

    They do list ingredients (click on the "continue to page 2 on each individual product page), but not in order by descending ingredient weight, only by general category.

    It's not a brand I'd recommend, if you don't have access to any of the true premium foods, I would suggest you stick with Royal Canin.
     
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    Mordy, thanks for the info! My dog has chicken allergies and so is on Natural Balance. I was just curious because she uses both Medi-Cal and Royal Canin but prefers the first one over the second.
     

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