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I have tried many foods for my picky eater who is 9 months old and 80 pounds. Looking for something that is Grain Free. He currently is on Purina Beyond Grain Free Chicken but will refuse to eat it unless it has wet food on it. I was trying Nutro Max, but didn't like reviews I saw, so I am thinking I won't.
I have tried:
  • Blue Buffalo Wilderness Chicken
  • Crave Chicken
  • Purina Beyond Grain Free Beef
  • Rachael Ray Zero Grain
  • Purina Beyond Grain Free Chicken
  • Blue Buffalo Texas BBQ
  • Nutro MAX Chicken


Big Dog
Personally, I would not feed any of those foods. When I fed kibble, I fed Merrick Raw Infused, which I loved. Lots of people like Wellness, but I didn't have good luck with it. Acana, Orijen are other kibbles that I've heard good things about.

A hungry dog will eventually eat, as long as there is nothing medically wrong with him, I would not cater to the pickiness. Stick to one food and put it down for 20 minutes. After that pick it up, then 2nd feeding put it down for 20 minutes and pick it up. Do not give scraps in between. He will learn that this is when and what he eats. And once hungry enough, he'll eat.
Right now he is training you, and it should be the other way around.