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The dealers around here do not want to carry Diamond Food, so I am trying
a new one.
http://www.precisepet.com/dogallergy.asp

Has anyone heard anything good or bad about this food or what it's rating might be?
So sad, I have four dogs to change off of the Diamond. This one runs $6.00 more a bag, making it $29.95 for a 40 lb bag. Any advice would be appreciated.
 

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It looks like good dog food. I did notice on the wieght scale and how much your suppose to feed your dog that it said 3-4 cups for 75-100 pound dogs. You do want to be careful about how much they tell you to feed cause they usually put more food then the dogs actually need so you keep buying more bags of there food. I also noticed this with Science Diet and IAMs not that your food is anything compared to those but it's just something to look out for.
 

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It looks like good dog food. I did notice on the wieght scale and how much your suppose to feed your dog that it said 3-4 cups for 75-100 pound dogs. You do want to be careful about how much they tell you to feed cause they usually put more food then the dogs actually need so you keep buying more bags of there food.
Three of them are not active dogs, they are 11 and 12 years of age, so I just put out 2 cups per dog. I do the same for Clara because she is half the weight of the other dogs but 4 times as active. Thanks for the tip, though.
My trainer, who brought in a nutritionist, recommended Precise Plus. I'm paying $20 for a 16lb. bag, ugh. But Stymie has been on it for a number of months now and loves it. His coat is beautiful and he finally filled in a bit.

http://www.precisepet.com/PPlusCDry.asp
I saw this one too. It seems to be a bit healthier than the regular formula. Will have to check with the dealer and see if they carry it. Thank you both for your replies.
 

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I have been using Precise for years, it's a great food. Spooky was on Precise Sensicare. It was one of the only foods her system could take. She had allergies, but while on other lamb and rice, venison and rice, duck and potato, all great brands, her body just couldn't keep on any weight. After switching to sensicare she put on about 7 lbs and her coat never looked so good (with the exception of when she'd have a break out due to the changing seasons).
I also have a customer who's german shepard has numerous digestion problems, and after many trials, Precise Sensicare was found to be the best food for her.

If your dog doesn't have allergies I'd recomend Precise Plus. That's what I feed Sadie and Jaz. Its a awesome food. It is more expensive, but the ingredients are so much better.

As for the feeding recomendations, like any food you have to judge for yourself. Sadie being close to 13 gets a lot less than it suggests. While Jaz still not yet full grown and full of energy, gets more than it suggests.

Precise has a lot of great foods. At least no matter which one you choose you'll know that there will never be any chemicals or by-products in your dogs food. They also add a lot of awesome extra things to their foods like Ester-C and Yucca.
 

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I have been using Precise for years, it's a great food. Spooky was on Precise Sensicare. It was one of the only foods her system could take. She had allergies, but while on other lamb and rice, venison and rice, duck and potato, all great brands, her body just couldn't keep on any weight. After switching to sensicare she put on about 7 lbs and her coat never looked so good (with the exception of when she'd have a break out due to the changing seasons).
I also have a customer who's german shepard has numerous digestion problems, and after many trials, Precise Sensicare was found to be the best food for her.

If your dog doesn't have allergies I'd recomend Precise Plus. That's what I feed Sadie and Jaz. Its a awesome food. It is more expensive, but the ingredients are so much better.

As for the feeding recomendations, like any food you have to judge for yourself. Sadie being close to 13 gets a lot less than it suggests. While Jaz still not yet full grown and full of energy, gets more than it suggests.

Precise has a lot of great foods. At least no matter which one you choose you'll know that there will never be any chemicals or by-products in your dogs food. They also add a lot of awesome extra things to their foods like Ester-C and Yucca.

Thank you for the info. I was hoping someone had been using it and knew about it. I feel better now since I had to make the switch. I'll check out the Precise Plus. Thanks again - Pat
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