waterfowler9 wrote:I am going to run to the store after work today see what they have feed, I want to keep him on a 30/20 but i just need to find something that is going to work for him. i know they have nuto, pro plan, diamond and a couple other brands. I am going to stay away from diamond due to previous recalls.
waterfowler9 wrote:For the last three years I have been feeding my dog a 30/20 formula. As soon as he was off puppy food he was eating taste of the wild wetlands formula and did well on it until he got to the point where he did not want to eat it. He would eat half at night and maybe the rest in the morning. I switched him to Pro plan sport and he did well on it and would always eat it, be as soon as I switched foods we would get ear infections. The Vet did not believe it had anything to do with the food so i continued to feed him the pro plan. I recently switched back to taste of the wild but a different formula to see if his ear infections would clear up and they seem to be getting better. Now that he is back on taste of the wild, he does not want to eat it again. Has anyone had the same problem with TOW? I am thinking about switching to pro plan savor or nutro or some other brand I can find at the local store. How important is 30/20? We do not train hard or run trials and he is not a high strung dog , so will a 26/14 be suitable? It really comes down to wanting to clear up his ear infection and getting his on a health food he enjoys. I am open to any suggestions or recommendations.
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