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Tell me what you know about Taste of the Wild dog food

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  • #21
    Originally posted by LauraKY View Post

    Nope. 4Health is a different brand. There's the regular 4Health and 4Health limited ingredient grain free in several different protein varieties.
    I'm really not sure if that's true?

    https://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/f...grain-free-cat

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    • #22
      Originally posted by Simkie View Post

      I'm really not sure if that's true?

      https://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/f...grain-free-cat
      I could be wrong, but I've never found anything reliable that said they are the same food. I'll have to compare next time I pick up a bag.

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      • #23
        We also used TOTW for years and then the dogs started vomiting and would not eat it. We then switched to Victors for a few years (grain free). However, recently as one dog has started seizures out of the blue we are transitioning them to Acana. Expensive, yes, as we have two large dogs but I'd rather pay that then other issues.

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        • #24
          Well I can tell you TOW was a family owned business that wouldn't sell to big box stores for ten years before selling to the Diamond Co a couple years back....First off I'm really surprised your vet didn't try to push Hills science diet on you since they are the only ones who carry it (There so called prescription line)....My opinion is that she mentioned pedigree because they do have a line that is comparable to science diet for about 1/2 the price....The biggest difference in my opinion is how and where they get their proteins and other nutrients for their product....im not going into that part of it cause it would take awhile but look it up and you will see what I'm talking about. Also did you know that a majority of the dog foods made come from the same place....They say each company will give them their recipe and it's made for them....If it's followed is way above my pay grade lol. This company also owns diamond natural and TOW now so I'm not sure how that affected the TOW product now but it was a great product up until the sell....The only reason they keep the line in my opinion was the name itself ......sorry if I ran on but all I'm saying is find a food that works for your dog that isn't full of fillers like you get at box stores and supermarkets cause it is crap.....The whole Grain Free argument can be argued from both sides so that's up to you and what works for your pet....

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          • #25
            The 4health product is the same brand but they have different lines such as a grain free one.

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            • #26
              I have 2 of my 2 critters on ToTW. The cat gets the green bag, Canyon River I think, along with a can of wet in the evening. Little dog gets either Small Breed or Pacific Stream. They both look wonderful and are super active, healthy animals. Big dog gets Diamond Lamb and Rice. He has a very sensitive tummy and ToTW makes him sick.

              It is my understanding that Kirkland (Costco), Diamond and ToTW are all the same company.

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              • #27
                Originally posted by Baller88 View Post
                The 4health product is the same brand but they have different lines such as a grain free one.
                I'm glad this popped back up. I checked the ingredients on both brands, they are NOT the same.

                They are both owned by Diamond. I had numerous issues with ToW, none with 4Health.
                Last edited by LauraKY; Nov. 14, 2017, 01:23 PM.

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                • #28
                  Two of my dogs would not eat TOTW. I feed them Chewy's Journey grain free dog food now and the love it. Better rated and alot cheaper

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by jazz8899 View Post
                    Two of my dogs would not eat TOTW. I feed them Chewy's Journey grain free dog food now and the love it. Better rated and alot cheaper
                    Thank you! I just checked the per pound price and it's only a little higher than 4Health. I'm giving it a try. The Journey food gets 5 stars from Dog Food Adviser. Chewy's has a promotion right now for 50% off the first bag. It's the perfect time to try it.

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by LauraKY View Post

                      Thank you! I just checked the per pound price and it's only a little higher than 4Health. I'm giving it a try. The Journey food gets 5 stars from Dog Food Adviser. Chewy's has a promotion right now for 50% off the first bag. It's the perfect time to try it.
                      That stuff is seriously amazing and I feel like it’s a secrete no one knows about for some reason. Haha. Make sure to sign up for auto ship if you haven’t ordered yet. It gets you another 5% off than you can cancel it after if you want.

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                      • #31
                        Originally posted by jazz8899 View Post

                        That stuff is seriously amazing and I feel like it’s a secrete no one knows about for some reason. Haha. Make sure to sign up for auto ship if you haven’t ordered yet. It gets you another 5% off than you can cancel it after if you want.
                        Done. Thanks again.

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                        • #32
                          Just read this article the other day. Some interesting information about our pet foods.

                          Is Your Pet’s Food Safe?

                          By Jennifer Coates July 11, 2017 at 02:26PM

                          Did you hear about the recent Clean Label Project study into pet foods? The organization screened more than 900 dog and cat foods and treats for over 130 toxins “including heavy metals, BPA, pesticides, and other contaminants with links to cancer and other health conditions in both humans and animals.”

                          Check out the product ratings list: http://www.cleanlabelproject.org/cat.../dog-cat-food/
                          ​​​​​​​http://www.petmd.com/news/view/your-...dSafe_1152017#
                          Between today's Roy Moore news and Don Jr news I haven't been this happy since Magic Mueller Monday.

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                          • #33
                            What is a BT? Bedlington Terrier? Belgian Tervuren? Border Terrier? Boston Terrier? Bull Terrier?
                            Rack on!

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                            • #34
                              jazz8899, Got my bag today...that was FAST. Thanks again!

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                              • #35
                                Thanks everyone so much who mentioned Chewy's American Journey food - my pitbull mix has been turning up her nose at her Natural Balance lately so I've been looking for something else to try. Between the 50% off first bag, autoship discount, and 20% discount for setting up autoship, I am getting a 24-lb bag for $17.74 including shipping! Even if she doesn't like it, for $18 it's well worth a try. So much less expensive too!

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