I have two large breed dogs. My boy eats raw, but my girl will starve to death first, so I have her on Country Pet and she's doing great. Another commenter, who obviously doesn't know the product well, said it is just meat, with no bones, organs or supplements - not true. It's very well balanced and in the end I find it about the same, maybe even a little less expensive than feeding raw, although I feed pastured, grass fed or wild caught only, so that would explain it. Country Pet products are produced from ethically reared animals and that's very important to me, not only so my babies are getting nutrition instead of drugs, chemical and hormone infused garbage, but I don't want to have any animal suffer a horrid, caged life, only to become a meal. I would give a 10 if they'd increase the meat selection to include turkey and rabbit. Quality of Ingredients There's not one thing in this product that won't benefit your dog or cat. Flavor Selection Could use a couple more at least. I try to stay away from chicken and lamb, as they are warming proteins and can exasperate inflammation. One of my dogs is an amputee and the other, though only 2 years old, has early onset osteoarthritis from severe physical abuse trauma as a baby. I do give her the venison, even though it has lamb in it but I'd like to see rabbit, turkey and some sort of high omega's fish.