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killerloop1

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killerloop1

Anyone feed the dog Diamond????

Would like to hear opinions. As of now I'm using Purina One Puppy. But need to switch here in near future due to his age...

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cw642

I've been feeding Diamond exclusively for many years. You forgot to mention what breed of puppy you have. I feed my Pointers Diamond Perfomance year round(purple bag), it is 30% protein/20% fat and that might be a little high for most retriever breeds. We switched from Purina Pro Plan because the dogs didn't seem to hold weight even in the off season. We saw big improvements by the second bag and have been using it ever since.

CW

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slotlimit

I use Diamond for my pointers. I use the performance during hunting season and then maintenance the rest of the year. Excellent product and price friendly also.

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killerloop1

CW,

He is a Lab, (pointing), he's a year old now April.

He's as hyper as a sprint car!

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DRH1175

Diamond is a decent food. However don't get like the Maintence type foods. Lower quaility. They do offer some great foods like mentioned in an earlier reply. There are some other foods that are great too. I wouldn't stop at Diamond.

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jbdragon17

I just switched to Diamond from Eagle Pack. So far so good. I like the availability and the price. I will normally feed the maintenance and switch to premium during hunting and trial season.

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SnoManX

Where do you guys buy Diamond at? I live in Alexandria and we have Fleet Farm, Menards, and Walmart. Is it normally carried buy Co-op's? Right now, I'm feeding my lab a half/half mixture of Sprout and Iams and she seems to be doing great.

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killerloop1

I've seen it at Tractor Supply. like the price hence my asking opinions...

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Redlantern

I used to feed the performance and was happy with it until this fall. I'm not sure if my dogs have changed or the feed changed but most of my mutts were having loose stools after a training run so I switched brands. I didn't have this problem before. All in all, I think it's a decent feed but there is better available.

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slotlimit

just go to their web site and you can do a search for the nearest supplier.

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