We have recently weaned a litter of plott hounds and after having issues with a different brand of puppy food a friend recommended blue seal brand dog food. My adult dogs eat another brand and I tried the puppy food from that same company and the pups didn't all adjust to it. Seeing how they were separated from their mom and there are 10 of them it would not be realistic to try to feed them separately and different kinds of foods so we had to switch to something else and hope it would work for them all. After a friend told us about blue seal dog food we gave it a try. The blue seal brand has no colors in it the food is a tan color and a chicken flavor which seems like that would be gentler on their stomachs. It is smaller sized pieces easier for little teeth and mouths to crunch through. They all like the taste of it and none of them are having any issues with the blue seal brand like we had happen with other brands before this one. All 10 puppies are healthy and look perfect. They have nice shiny coats and the ones who were not doing well off other puppy food are doing great. I am happy to have found a puppy food that is gentler but still tastes good to the pups. I like that blue seal puppy food comes in a large bag which is convenient for someone with a whole litter and the price is not bad. It is worth the price and cost to see the babies happy and playful without having any problems. I highly recommend it to anyone with a puppy and to breeders too because it was the only one I could find that worked for the whole litter. No throwing up, no off consistency of defications and results you can see from the outside as well. I am seriously thinking about switching my adult dogs to blue seal brand too because although they are doing good on what they have now, there is always room for improvement especially in a working dog who are athletes year round.