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Old 04-05-2007, 05:14 PM   #11
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Sounds interesting. I currently cook for my dog (trying to figure out what he's allergic to). Sojo sounds interesting but I'm already cooking the food so this doesn't do much for me. I've got my dog on a no wheat diet right now (that's what I think he is allergic to).

Here are a couple of options I'm currently thinking of switching to. As I've been researching food options, I've noticed that the ones that are considered good holistic brands tend to have human grade ingredients.

this one is supposed to be the next best thing to a raw diet that's in dry kibble form-
Grain-Free Dog Food, Cat Food, Ferret Food & Dog Treats Meat-Based Pet Food EVO Pet Products

Raw dehydrated-
The Honest Kitchen : Products

freez dried raw-
Steve's Real Food - Freeze-Dried Chicken Canine Diet

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Old 04-05-2007, 05:33 PM   #12
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Thanks for the links they look good.

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