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    JewlsLuvDogs is offline Junior Member
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    DefaultPedigree puppy food?

    What do you think about it? xoxo

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    Very low quality dog food.
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    Look for something else. If you are limited to Grocery Store brands, go for Purina One.

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    My vet once reffered to Pedigree as Doritos and Diet Coke. Not sure how close he was but if I was only able to afford a grocery store brand I would do some serious research. I really think you would be surprised...
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    I always feel bad about Pedigree...not very good dog food but they do so much for shelter dogs (so I buy their canned food and put 1 tbsp. on top of each dogs good kibble).

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayluckgoo View Post
    I always feel bad about Pedigree...not very good dog food but they do so much for shelter dogs (so I buy their canned food and put 1 tbsp. on top of each dogs good kibble).
    Great advertising campaign and nice support of shelters by the dog food equivalent of Twinkies. Great mission - crap product.
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    We got our Lab/Rottie from the pet rescue place and they had her on Pedigree. Her stool was very soft and mushy so the vet suggested a change of diet. The lady at the feed store recommended Infinia all life stage. Its grain and corn free. We got a bag and seems to working out great.

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    Rescue places feed dogs whatever they can and often depend on donations. They're just trying to keep dogs alive while in their care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBrownDog View Post
    Rescue places feed dogs whatever they can and often depend on donations. They're just trying to keep dogs alive while in their care.

    I know that for certain. As a matter of fact, as soon as I finish weening Holly , I will be taking the rest of the bag to the pet rescue location as a donation. I have great respect for the lady that runs this place. She has saved thousands of puppies that just want to be loved, and in return they give us unconditional love.
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