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Pitbull Ears

I saw the ratings on that 4health and their good! Im sure buying it tomorrow

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Cow Dog
I've never giving him any grain food. I've friend beneful and hr won't eat it. Plus the little he ate would make him digest his food real watery pudding-like.

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Beneful is just as bad as the other two. A little worse than Pedigree because it's got dye in it along with the other crap. Dogs don't care what color their food is.

But Ol' Roy, Pedigree, and Beneful all have grains in them. But the quality of the grain matters and those have low quality grains in them which are rough on the dog's body when he's digesting them.