|Barked: Mon Aug 12, '13 1:45pm PST |
|Since it's kibble, I don't believe it matters much. Vitamins and minerals are added back in anyway, so it's not like a raw diet where you are relying on your ingredients to balance out. Plus if you look, a lot of novel protein foods are actually chicken or beef-based, they just include duck or pheasant or buffalo or venison in addition - at least in the case of higher quality foods that are mostly meat. Lower quality limited ingredient diets are typically full of fillers, because using that much of a novel protein gets expensive.
That being said, I do believe in variety regardless. Eating exactly the same thing every day can cause it's own problems. And novel proteins are a nice change, even if they aren't the only protein.
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