Timberwolf - Lamb and Apple

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  1. lovelymonster

    lovelymonster New Member

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    Currently my dog is eating Timberwolf - Lamb and Apple. How does this compare to Canidae ? is it better in terms of quality ? Eventhough the price is bit high.

    Anyone dog eating TW - lamb and apple ? Will it fatten dogs ?
     
  2. deb27

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    I always thought Timberwolf had better ingredients then Canidae. But I think it all depends on what your dog does better on :)
     
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    ~Jessie~ Chihuahua Power!

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    I feed Timberwolf Organics to my dogs... I, personally, think it is a better food than Canidae.
     
  4. juliefurry

    juliefurry Rusty but Trusty

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    I feed the Dakota Bison formula to our berner female and Timberwolf is the only product that she will do good on. I think that it really depends on what your dog does better on and what you can afford. I wouldn't go bankrupt trying to feed your dog this food.
     
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    fillyone But please, call me Barb

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    I think TWO and Canidae are equal foods, but different.
    I fed TWO until the Diamond fiasco (TWO is no longer manufactured at a Diamond plant, but it was) and now feed Canidae. In between I fed Nature's Variety, another food I think is good. However, Dante's coat suffered on the NV. TWO has priced me out and Dante's coat is as nice now on Canidae as it was on TWO
     
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    My dog wont eat much kibbles, therefore TW price is not much a concern,

    I must worry is will it same as other commercial pet foods which are made of 4D meat.
     
  7. juliefurry

    juliefurry Rusty but Trusty

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    Yeah the price is a little steep but we're only feeding TWO to Holly right now. I hope we can still afford to feed it to her after we move or else I don't know what to switch her to. She doesn't do good on anything else we've tried and can afford easily. I do like the TWO formulas though.
     
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    juliefurry Rusty but Trusty

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    You should check out their website. They may have the answers to your questions there (timberwolforganics.com). :)
     
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    Why is TWO a better food, and which ingredients are better?
     

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