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Distance Dog Food?

Postby Runningwild » Fri Oct 07, 2016 3:41 pm

Has anyone feed this http://www.distancedogfood.com
Did you have any problems with it?
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Re: Distance Dog Food?

Postby Dakotazeb » Sat Oct 08, 2016 2:34 pm

Geez! Just what the world needs is another dog food. :) At 32% Protein and 25% Fat that may be too high for most dogs. Especially the 25% fat. I can see that high a fat content for shed dogs in training or competition but for the average hunting it's way too high. Even 32% protein is higher than most of our dogs need. Looks like maybe a decent food for mushers but I don't see a lot of application for the average hunting/competition dog.
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Re: Distance Dog Food?

Postby STait » Mon Oct 10, 2016 5:03 pm

Looks like a great dog food. Couldn't find a price though. Wyoming isn't too far from home here in Utah. Probably expensive to ship?
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Re: Distance Dog Food?

Postby Runningwild » Tue Oct 11, 2016 10:36 am

I think it looks good
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Re: Distance Dog Food?

Postby Spy Car » Fri Oct 14, 2016 12:19 pm

Dakotazeb wrote:Geez! Just what the world needs is another dog food. :) At 32% Protein and 25% Fat that may be too high for most dogs. Especially the 25% fat. I can see that high a fat content for shed dogs in training or competition but for the average hunting it's way too high. Even 32% protein is higher than most of our dogs need. Looks like maybe a decent food for mushers but I don't see a lot of application for the average hunting/competition dog.


I disagree entirely. A high-protein high-fat diet is optimal for hunting dogs. Such formulas are nutrient-dense and high calorie, so you feed less (a very good thing in all respects) and they lower the percentage of calories from carbohydrates (also a good thing).

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