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Q. What is a good puppy food for a dogo argention (planned birth date 2/16/16 won't have her till 4/16/16

A. The best type of food is a good quality food that your puppy will eat, does well on and is easy for you to buy. Stay away from discount or store brands. These types of diets typically contain low quality ingredients and more fillers. You can use www.dogfoodadvisor.com to compare specific foods available in your area.

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ANGEL ALVARADO

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A. High quality puppy food from a pet specialty store and not grocery store. The store should be able to recommend good brands for your area. Some popular ones are acana, orijen, go!, now!, horizon, but I am in Canada and some may not be available where you are.

You may also consider putting your pup on a large breed formula

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KATIE SHANNON

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