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Where I get Kramer's food at is Jakes house of kibble, a speciality store for pets.

Well, I went to get Kramer his Canidae and the owner had me try this Timberwolf.

I opened the bag when I got home and the smell was wonderful, Kramer just loves it. He eats canidae but not with the zest he did when I mixed in the Timberwolf.

It's all organic and I'm willing to switch, if anyone has any input on this whether Canidae is better etc... I wouldn't switch, just maybe add a little with the canidae. It is a wildnerness Elk & Salmon dog food along with garlic, herbs, kelp, spirulina,veggies, dried fruits, gourmet oils, enzymes, probiotics, seeds, nuts etc...

Input would be appreciated.

The fat is 16%

protein is 26%

there is also omega 6 and omega 3

Rhonda,Kramer & Angel Missy "Blessed is the person who has earned the love of an old dog". "It came to me that every time I lose a dog they take a piece of my heart with them. And every new dog who comes into my life gifts me with a piece of their heart. If I live long enough, all the components of my heart will be dog, and I will become as generous and loving as they are" Missy Rainbow Bridge Memorial

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I know lots of people who feed Timberwolf and love the results. We feed Canidae also. I havent tried the TWO but have heard great things. I just dont like the price compaired to the Canidae. If I only had small dogs, sure but I also have a Rottweiler mix and he eats the food also so I just feed Canidae. I may have to try it though. How is the price for your area?

I also like the Nature's Variety Prairie. there is nothing wrong with Rotating foods either. I mix some of the Nutro Ultra Canned food, Merrick canned food etc with the kibble. I also mix in some Innova dry. No harm there.

Taylor and Dash

Leo the Rott mix also!

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We've been rotating foods ever since our trainer recommended it. We rotate between Merrick (dry), Chicken Soup, Solid Gold, and Newman's own. We are considering adding Canidae to the mixture and I'll keep my eye out for the Timberwolf. I've also heard good things about Nature's Variety Prairie. I sometimes hear people say rotating food will make your dog picky, but I've noticed that Brody actually eats more. Prior to rotating, he would sometimes not eat for a day or two, now he almost cleans his dish. I've also heard that as long as the products don't have dried beet pulp, the dogs don't have an digestive issues. Knock on wood, we haven't had any.

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