Vets All Natural...Good or bad?

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  1. skyhigh

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    Hey. We're getting our GS pup next week. Wooh hoo!! Anyway, she's been on fed Vets All Natural Complete Mix Puppies 0 – 2 years and raw bones since now. Is that a good food or bad? What do you guys think? Should we slowly get her into another type of food a little later? Or...? Thanks
     
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    I can't find the ingredients online, so hard to say :( I do worry about brands saying their food is healthy etc when they don't put the ingredients list online though.

    Think you could post it?

    Oh watch out though... The sites I saw say that you need to combine it with raw meat for a fully balanced diet... So it's definitely not good enough by itself.

    If you want something easier and still say in the raw idea, you can try Innova EVO, although I don't think it's good for large breeds. Or Innova, wellness, canidae, eagle pack.

    Bleh, I'm sure Mordy will be more helpful.
     
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    Posting the ingredients would help, Skyhigh . . . and congratulations on your new German Shepherd pup :D

    EVO isn't something to feed a larger breed puppy. Innova now makes a large breed puppy food, or their all stages formula is very good as well.
     
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    Yeah I saw those links, I just don't trust what people say one bit, lol.

    But I would worry a lot if the breeders only gave that to their dog, without meat. As a supplement, it's probably decent, but not if you don't feed anything else.
     
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    Well, he said the breeder is feeding him that and raw bones, so maybe he is feeding meat too.
     
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    Yeh, the breeder is adding raw meat to it. They said its $50 for 5kgs. That's quite a bit isn't it? I might gradually switch her to one of the foods you guys suggested. Thanks a LOT Fran, Beagle lovergirl and Renee. I don't know what the ingredients are. I'll do a search. But I'll probably be changing the food becaus I haven't seen the food around in pet shops and all. They gave me a mobile number of the supplier. Thanks again guys and for the links. :)

    Cya
     

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