Now fortunately, all of the blogs I read are written by people way smarter than I who know their stuff when it comes to all things dog. I also do a bit of research on my own and truly believe that I make the best decisions I can based on the information I have at hand. I once read a quote, "When you choose your advisor, you choose your advice." Of course that is true. I have my local experts who give me advice on good, holistic foods for my dogs. I also rely on Dog Food Advisor to give me a starting point and a high-level overview of my choices. I talk to people and I see the reactions of Ray and Julius (ok, just Ray. Julius will eat anything that isn't green.)
I realized though, that while there may be a multitude of people who may try to
The challenge for me is when our Vet
I feed a 5 star rated food to both Ray and Julius, but that is because they love it, I support the ingredients and it fits my budget. Ray is overweight and I know that. He will be sedentary for several weeks, if not months and I know that, too. I've switched him to the reduced fat version of his regular food, switched out as many treats as possible with fresh vegetables. I commit to a slow and steady rehab for his leg and by the end of the summer we should both be lean, mean
So tell us, what do you feed and why? How do you handle the food controversy or have you managed to stay apart from it?