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What puppy foods are everyone using. I have a new yellow lab pup. I haven't reseached them yet. Thanks for any input.

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Your going to get many opinions on this....so...with that being said I prefer in this order:

1) Eagle Pack

or

2) Nutrisource

There are others that I would also consider.

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I'm using Purina Pro Plan for Puppys. Cant remember the ingredieants. Always a solid stool and she is very regular. The guy I bought my puppy from had started her on it. My vet said it was good stuff.

Nels

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There are many great foods out there. Bottom line feed a super premium food. Eagle Pack, Nutrisource, are great starts I have fed them both and am on Nutrisource right now. Basically look at the ingredients Stay away from By products. Go into a local pet food store and ask for recomendations and that will get you a good start. DO NOT BUY FROM A GROCERY STORE OR WALMART. None of the foods sold at either of those places are fit for you best friend! I like Chuck and Don's but there are other good stores.

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I'm with NELS about Pro Plan for puppies. You can pretty much get it anywhere. Plus we have found it on sale at Petco at least once a month which is nice on the ole pocketbook.

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