So I ran to one of our pet stores around here to get a long leash for the back yard (my little pup has been escaping and reached the road this morning before I could catch him… they're so fast!) and the owner was talking to me about good toys for chewing blah blah. He asked what I was feeding him and I said Orijen which they don't carry anymore and I get from a different store. He said that he stopped selling the food because their main carbohydrate is potatoes and has a high glycemic index and can give dogs diabetes. He recommended I switch to a product called O/G by Darford as it's main carbohydrate is peas and buckwheat. It's first ingredient is turkey, the second is chicken meal. Here's the link to the ingredients list:
They claim to be zero grain, zero glutens and zero GMO's. (genetically modified something or other)
So Orijen has more vegetables and fruit, which one is better?
He also told me about a dehydrated dog food product called NRG:
The ingredients list is on the left hand side:
Any ideas? The O/G is about the same price as Orijen