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    Anyone feeding this? The owner of my pet food place gave me four small bags - elk, bison, chicken, and salmon. Clint refused to even look at the elk, chicken, and fish and so I almost just gave up but then I offered a handful of the bison and he ate it up like cookies!!!!! He is very picky so that was a big deal. It is extremely pricey so I am looking for opinions before trying a big bag for him and the girls. Cuffy is happy on Pinnacle trout so I don't want to switch him.

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    I've fed it ... but had to give it up because of Sami's colitis. The vet felt she had a food allergy. In hindsight I'm more suspicious of some other things in her diet than I am of the food. I have her on California Natural now and she's doing great. I've tested her on a few things and what she reacts to is very high fat foods -- pig ears, peanut butter, etc. These were things she was getting at the same time as the TWO. So I will probably eventually try the TWO again because I think it's a great food.

    Oh, Sharon, you are on the east coast right? It might be cheaper for you to get it from Petfooddirect.com Right now they have a 20% off code too -- it's PET3316. Make sure you allow at least a week to get supplies from them. I'm in their one day shipping zone, but sometimes it takes 7 business days.




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    DefaultRe: Timberwolf Organics

    Just last week you were raving about Nature's Variety. LOL

    There was something negative about this food a few years ago, but I don't remember what. Plus the rumor is that its made by Diamond in the plant that had problems.



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    Quote Originally Posted by labby
    Just last week you were raving about Nature's Variety.* LOL

    There was something negative about this food a few years ago, but I don't remember what.* Plus the rumor is that its made by Diamond in the plant that had problems.
    I wouldn't call it raving, Labby ... after all, we never tried Nature's Variety and I am sure I said that. I did however try the TWO because a friend gave me a full large bag and it had the same protein sources I had been feeding. I originally fed SG Wolfking, which is bison. The TWO food I was given was the bison, too, so I didn't think it would hurt.


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    There are a lot of rumors going around on TO/Diamond right now. I've been feeding Kirkland, made out of the Gaston plant, but I'm about to change for a while. Personally, I'd stick with something else for the time being.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsMyGirl
    I wouldn't call it raving, Labby ... after all, we never tried Nature's Variety and I am sure I said that. I did however try the TWO because a friend gave me a full large bag and it had the same protein sources I had been feeding. I originally fed SG Wolfking, which is bison. The TWO food I was given was the bison, too, so I didn't think it would hurt.
    My post was to Sharon who originated this thread.



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