4.7
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Fromm Four-Star Duck & Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food

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Fromm Four-Star Duck & Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food
 
4.7

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5.0

I love this for my baby!

Comments about Fromm Four-Star Duck & Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food:

I have a Chiweenie (Chihuahua and Dachshund mix) small breed dog and she loves this food. Her skin is doing very well and her fur is so soft. I have gotten many compliments on how nice she feels. Her energy levels are high and she seems to be enjoying the flavors. She's always excited to eat (as are most dogs, I suppose).

Many people recommended this brand and I am glad that I listened because it is even better than imagined. I trust this brand more than any other brand because I've seen the difference quality food can make on my baby.

Quality of Ingredients
I can tell what all of the ingredients are. It's very reassuring when I know that it's not weird ingredients or made in china.

I have heard poor things about other brands that have rather questionable ingredients. I'm glad that this isn't one that I need to worry about.

Flavor Selection
There could be more, but my dog is plenty pleased with the flavor that she has now.

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5.0

This Fromm Food isn't made by a Quack!

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from Ankeny, IA

Comments about Fromm Four-Star Duck & Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food:

I have been feeding Fromm to my dogs for several years now, including my two English Mastiffs. And all of my crew love the Fromm Foods. And it really doesn't cost any more than the brands that claim to be premium nutrition yet are stuffed full of by-products and other sub-standard stuff.

What I also love is that Fromm is still a family-owned business (in Wisconsin) that has been making pet foods for over 100 years! And they still make their dry foods in their own plant. So you know where your food is coming from. And in all my dealings with them, they have seemed very up front and truly concerned about producing a quality product. I have even emailed with the company's president.

Good for your pets and good for your wallet.






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I have been feeding Fromm foods to my dogs for several years now. When I first started I was parent to a female lab-samoyed and a female English Mastiff. Then we added a male English Mastiff. All three are in love with Fromm, and what's not to love...named meats (not something generic like "animal" or "poultry"; veggies; and fruits. Sprayed on probiotics aid digestion. And when you calculate the cost per meal, it really is no more expensive than the brands that claim to be premium nutrition yet are full of by-products and other sub-standard ingredients.

What I also love is that Fromm is still a family-owned business (in Wisconsin) that has been making pet foods for over 100 years! And they still make their dry foods in their own plant. So you know where your food is coming from. And in all my dealings with them, they have seemed very up front and truly concerned about producing a quality product. I have even emailed with the company's president.

Good for your pets and good for your wallet.

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4.0

Fromm's Duck & Sweet Potato - all it's quacked up to be!

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from Denver, CO

Comments about Fromm Four-Star Duck & Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food:

Got to hand to those Wisconsinites - they're sure proud of their local ingredients. The Fromm's Duck & Sweet Potato formula is made from fresh Wisconsin duck as well as real Wisconsin cheese. Not sure where the sweet potatoes hail from, but my dogs honestly don't care. Although they are retrievers, they've never met a real duck as they don't hunt. However, they're very happy to have made the acquaintance of the Wisconsin ducks in this food.

Like most of the other Fromm's formulas, there are prebiotics and probiotics added to help with digestion, as well as a bunch of veggies and fruits such as green beans, cauliflower, carrots, broccoli, apples, blueberries and cranberries. There are some other grains like millet, barley and oatmeal, as well as whole egg and chicken cartilage (for glucosamine), so if your pups have any allergies, be sure to read the ingredients label carefully. Otherwise, despite the higher price tag, this is a good quality food that I'm happy to serve my dogs.

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