by Hundmutter on 15 November 2017 - 08:11
Bob, thinking about it, I suppose if using food for Track laying, a larger and more solid biscuit might be better and more weather-resistant, (and easier to smell / find !) especially in the early puppy stage ! 'Bout the only advantage I can see !
by hntrjmpr434 on 15 November 2017 - 08:11
I am well aware that I am able to use soft treats in training. Fortunately, the puppy I am working finds kibble to be high value, so I am training with that.
With puppies, I prefer to feed them their daily ration during training, and I don't like to fill them up on junk treats.
I was looking for a larger sized kibble, as it is easier to handle- versus the microscopic kibble sizes of Diamond Puppy food, etc.
Thank you to all those who have responded, I have found a solution!
by 2Cats on 19 November 2017 - 02:11
Hi, We use Nutrience sub zero dog food, made in Canada. Can be bought at Petsmart Online only for now.
by Ryanhaus on 20 November 2017 - 19:11
I switched from Fromm's to Victor Dog Food
I feed Victor Hi Pro Plus
It is way cheaper than Fromm's, they went way up in price!
I just pay $44.00 for a 40 pound bag, Chewy.com delivers it.
The dogs poops are normal never runny, easy to clean up after, the dogs love it,
although, the kibble is pea sized, they may have other sizes of kibble in the
I use it for training as well!
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