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Best food for Bernese puppy


Asked by Member 1152311 on Jan 28th 2013 in Pet Food
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Obi

A large breed puppy food if you want to go the kibble route. dogfoodadvisor and dogfoodanalysis.com are good sites to compare and rate dog food. Other options include Raw or Homemade, which take research to do properly. If you are interested in those, check out the corresponding forums under the community section on the top right of the page.


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Colt

You need to buy a large breed puppy food. The reason for this is that large breeds are more prone to developmental disorders of the bones, and nutrition during the growing period should be designed with that in mind.

You should seek out a high-quality brand. High-quality means it uses natural ingredients, does not have a lot of fillers, and is at least fairly meat-heavy. There are literally hundreds of fantastic brands, and the "best" is really just a matter of opinion. Here are some great brands:

www.dogfoodadvisor.com

If you need a cheaper brand, look for Kirkland Signature, Diamond Naturals, Nutro Natural Choice, or 4Health.


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Howard

Merrick is a great food to feed, learn more about Merrick at www.merrickpetcare.com

Merrick has a selection of grain free dog foods.

Merrick is one of the best dog foods that you can feed to your dog. There's many different formulas to choose from which makes it easy to choose the perfect one to feed to your dog.


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Ikan

I use the Natural Choice food for large breed puppies for my big dogs. I liked the fact that it is an all natural food. The other thing I like about it is that it has stuff in it for the dogs joints.


Ikan answered on 1/29/13. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer