I should know this, since I deal with dog food on a daily basis but I don't really see much in the beef.
I am looking for suggestions for a beef based food. I know Diamond makes it but they do not manufacture a bag smaller than a 40lb and I need it for a toy breed. The breeder feeds the Diamond but then again she is feeding a few more than just one.
Pro Plan has a beef formula. As far as I know, they still do small bags.
merricks has a beef line
“I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do.” H. Keller
I rotate between chicken and beef with Nature's Variety. Others are solid gold, pro plan, evo, innova, timberwolf, before grain...
Well in thinking about it, some of those might be bison...that's like beef's cousin, right?
The red meat lines from Innova EVO, and Orijen might work. But they are not straight beef - there are other red meats in them (Lamb, boar, pork) ... that might not actually work if it is for allergy problems.
The two I was thinking are:
Orijen Regional Red
Innova EVO - small bites
Did some more searching:
Canidae Beef and Fish
Nature's Variety Beef
Not sure if any of those would work , but hopefully it helps some
- Allison and Caspian
I think (but don't quote me on it!) that Nature's Variety foods tend to use single protein sources. They also have the Instinct line of grain-free foods if grains are a problem.
Of course not many of these are easily available. I think I will suggest the Canidae or the Evo.
...well unless she wants to switch her big dog over to Diamond Beef/Rice then the big bag wont be so bad.