So in preparing for our spoo, who is still months away hehe, I have been trying to select a dog food brand to go with. I think I've decided on champion foods, and was initially set on orijen but the more I read the more I am starting to think that food should be used for high performance dogs-sporting and such, and I'm not sure I think it's suitable to what I would want to feed to a dog who isn't quite that active.
So I've been looking at Acana instead, and I wonder what your experiences are with it? I know they have a regular line and a grain free line. I'm still kind of confused on why Acana would need a grain free line when they Orijen already? And do you think the Acana grain free (I believe it's lower protein) is more along the lines of what I'm looking for?
Is there a disadvantage to feeding the regular Acana instead of the grain free version? Your thoughts please
And for the record, while I totally respect raw feeding, and I don't mind at all hearing about it-it is not an option for me. I am a bit of a neat freak and can't handle the clean up I would have to do afterwards to be comfortable with it (even if I fed outside) because I would be sure the dog had bacteria all over it that I would have to get rid of
Just not something I am comfortable with at this point to do in my own home