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As to the danger of soylent green in the food, I would not worry. Human flesh must still be more expensive than chicken, or even salmon. (By the way - how come chicken, beef and salmon foods are the same price, if they are a large percentage of the ingredients?!)
Drora K.
· July 27, 2021
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So I share your concern. Most dog foods say "made with international ingredients" and this is a red flag for me. China has been known to have bone meal made with with products from euthanized animals. This is your greatest concern. In the case of this dog food, the beef is sourced from the usa but all other vari… see more So I share your concern. Most dog foods say "made with international ingredients" and this is a red flag for me. China has been known to have bone meal made with with products from euthanized animals. This is your greatest concern. In the case of this dog food, the beef is sourced from the usa but all other variations are from "international sources" so I am trying the beef version. I will mix this with their current food and slowly transition. I would rather have 100% usa sourced ingredients but this is next to impossible to find. see less So I share your concern. Most dog foods say "made with international ingredients" and this is a red flag for me. China has been known to have bone meal made with with products from euthanized animals. This is your greatest concern. In the case of this dog food, the beef is sourced from the usa but all other variations are from "international sources" so I am trying the beef version. I will mix this with their current food and slowly transition. I would rather have 100% usa sourced ingredients but this is next to impossible to find.
Bill Aggie
· November 9, 2020
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Look at the ingredient list on the back of the bag. US and imported ingredients. How much of the protein actually comes from meat? Is this dead, diseased and dying meat or is it USDA inspected and human grade meat and all the added junk is just that. Dogs increasingly are getting cancer, as people feed them kibble … see more Look at the ingredient list on the back of the bag. US and imported ingredients. How much of the protein actually comes from meat? Is this dead, diseased and dying meat or is it USDA inspected and human grade meat and all the added junk is just that. Dogs increasingly are getting cancer, as people feed them kibble without knowing the food sources or the "additional" ingredients. Read the Truth about Pet Food -- while it can be a little extreme - the basic information is correct... see less Look at the ingredient list on the back of the bag. US and imported ingredients. How much of the protein actually comes from meat? Is this dead, diseased and dying meat or is it USDA inspected and human grade meat and all the added junk is just that. Dogs increasingly are getting cancer, as people feed them kibble without knowing the food sources or the "additional" ingredients. Read the Truth about Pet Food -- while it can be a little extreme - the basic information is correct...
mary kenkel
· May 12, 2018
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No free samples BUT there is a trial-size bag to sample without buying too much. I did the sample bag Salmon and my picky eater likes it and trust me my girl won't eat most........she eats Victor Performance and that's about it. She started on Blue Buffalo Bison...but then stop eating unless I add something like chick… see more No free samples BUT there is a trial-size bag to sample without buying too much. I did the sample bag Salmon and my picky eater likes it and trust me my girl won't eat most........she eats Victor Performance and that's about it. She started on Blue Buffalo Bison...but then stop eating unless I add something like chicken or hamburger to it.............then I found Victor and she has been on it since.....lately she has not been so eager to eat so, I tried the Way..........bingo............she liked it! see less No free samples BUT there is a trial-size bag to sample without buying too much. I did the sample bag Salmon and my picky eater likes it and trust me my girl won't eat most........she eats Victor Performance and that's about it. She started on Blue Buffalo Bison...but then stop eating unless I add something like chicken or hamburger to it.............then I found Victor and she has been on it since.....lately she has not been so eager to eat so, I tried the Way..........bingo............she liked it!
JB
· December 22, 2019
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Yes it does!! Both the vitamin and mineral mixes come from China, amongst other places in the world that I wouldn’t necessarily trust. I had to jump through hoops to get the info from the manufacturer. Do NOT recommend.
Jenna
· December 5, 2018
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I have two small Pomeranians, they seem to enjoy it.
Viktoriya D.
· June 5, 2018
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All big brand companies often make an off brand label for stores,manufacturing, and destributors. It's like Kroger brand skin products will often have Olay or loream ral listed in the trademark. It so distributors can offer you a comparable often same thing at a lower price. Like private selection is a Kroger brand but… see more All big brand companies often make an off brand label for stores,manufacturing, and destributors. It's like Kroger brand skin products will often have Olay or loream ral listed in the trademark. It so distributors can offer you a comparable often same thing at a lower price. Like private selection is a Kroger brand but the manufacturer offered them a lower price due to leftover product in their shelves they didn't want to spoil, or making up the difference in volume and under cutting a competitor, or just because they cann. see less All big brand companies often make an off brand label for stores,manufacturing, and destributors. It's like Kroger brand skin products will often have Olay or loream ral listed in the trademark. It so distributors can offer you a comparable often same thing at a lower price. Like private selection is a Kroger brand but the manufacturer offered them a lower price due to leftover product in their shelves they didn't want to spoil, or making up the difference in volume and under cutting a competitor, or just because they cann.
Tabitha Moore
· May 10, 2021
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I did a deep dive and the most likely answer is Diamond Pet Foods. It's the only large scale, family-owned pet food manufacturer in California. The plant is located in Lathrop, CA. They make Diamond-brand foods and several private label foods. I support this theory with the fact that it would require a large facility t… see more I did a deep dive and the most likely answer is Diamond Pet Foods. It's the only large scale, family-owned pet food manufacturer in California. The plant is located in Lathrop, CA. They make Diamond-brand foods and several private label foods. I support this theory with the fact that it would require a large facility to produce the volume of foods that Amazon sells. It would also fit that having a California-based facility works best with the distribution logistics of Amazon.
Feel free to drive up to Lathrop and see if you can spot the Wag bags leaving the factory. [I have better things to do ;-)] see less
I did a deep dive and the most likely answer is Diamond Pet Foods. It's the only large scale, family-owned pet food manufacturer in California. The plant is located in Lathrop, CA. They make Diamond-brand foods and several private label foods. I support this theory with the fact that it would require a large facility to produce the volume of foods that Amazon sells. It would also fit that having a California-based facility works best with the distribution logistics of Amazon.
Feel free to drive up to Lathrop and see if you can spot the Wag bags leaving the factory. [I have better things to do ;-)]

Just Call Ben
· June 19, 2021
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The grain free is not part of the recipe. No grain added means you don't know if the animal ate grains in is life so it can't be classified as grain free 100%.
It's more of a disclaimer In case of allergy. Grains build up in the fat and muscle when an animal eats it. This secondary contact.

Annie Vadvilavich
· May 25, 2018