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Old 11-11-2010, 09:51 AM

RE: is expensive dog food worth the price?

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Originally Posted by Candice88 View Post
With a poodle (looks like a toy size not standard right?) they will eat a little less so the bags would last longer, and the potential to avoid health problems is usually worth it. I second the recomendation to check out the dog food analysis site, you should be able to find a medium starred food that fits in your budget.
he's 3-4lbs right now, will be 7-10 full grown. he absolutely loves the purina pro plan that we got him. I need to read up some more on what's best for him. I would much rather pay less for food but if buying the more expensive is going to mean healthier/longer life/fewer vet visits, it's definitely worth spending more.
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