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We have tried different shampoos. The groomer suggested Harmony Farms because it is all-natural. Switching dog food has made no difference.
American Nutrition of Ogden, Utah is another major producer. They are listed as manufacturing 9 different brands of wet and dry foods, including Blue Buffalo (canned), Breeder’s Choice, Canine Caviar (canned), Chicken Soup for the Pet Lover’s Soul (canned), Diamond Pet Foods (wet), Harmony Farms (wet), Kirkland Signature Premium Dog, Mulligan Stew and Natural Balanced (baked treats).
Apparently our local Shaws had called for every other store in a 15 mile radius to pull Harmony Farms Dog Food off their shelves as well. I am sure it had something to do directly with ‘The Getler Dogs’. The grocers probably met at their monthly meeting and decided they would fix our snobby K-9’s. They probably said nasty things like, “Let those Getler dogs eat red-dyed, dried wheatie-like, unidentifiable food by-products like the rest of the dogs.” And I am not sure I disagree.
Harmony Farms Dry Dog Food | Review and Rating - Dog Food Advisor
Jun 9, 2010 - Harmony Farms Dry Dog Food..
Harmony Farms Food for Dogs will provide your dog with unsurpassed nutrition and a unique nutrient and antioxidant package specifically formulated for all stages of your dog's life. Recommended Daily Feeding Chart: Up to 15 lbs. - 1/4 to 1 1/4 cups per day; 16 to 30 lbs. - 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 cups per day; 31 to 50 lbs. - 2 to 2 3/4 cups per day; 51 to 70 lbs. - 2 3/4 to 3 1/4 cups per day; 71 to 100 lbs. - 3 1/4 to 4 1/4 cups per day; Over 100 lbs. - feed 4 1/4 cups plus 1/2 cup for each 20 lbs. over 100 lbs. body weight. Use a standard 8 oz. measuring cup. Note: Individual dog's requirements may vary from above due to age, breed, environment and activity level. Adjust food as required to maintain optimal body condition and ask your veterinarian if you are unsure. Transition Period: Start by mixing 25% of Harmony Farms with your dog's old food, and gradually increase the proportion of Harmony Farms over the next 8 days. Preparation Options: Dry - Harmony Farms crunchy nutrition nuggets right from the bag. Dry with water - Add warm water and mix to fully release flavors and aroma. Fresh Water: Be sure to have a clean bowl of cool, fresh water available at all times.We regret to inform you that Sierra Pet Products has announced a voluntary recall of its Harmony Farms canned foods and dog biscuits due to product tampering. Our Bichon Frise, MickeyFinn has been eating HARMONY FARMS dry Chicken and brown rice dog food for about 3 years. His weight and hair coat are both great and he enjoys his food each day.
We tried him on other brands of dog food and found that he had allergic reactions to some of the ingredients like the corn in most commercial grocery store brands. Even in some of the more expensive brands.
My hubby and I are retired and feeding higher priced pet shop brands are out of the question. However Harmony Farms dog food can be gotten at most good grocery stores (like Stop and Shop) and the ingredients are pretty darn good compared to some of the TRASH foods that are carried in grocery stores these days. It's been a win win situation for us and our MickeyFinn. While it is true that Harmony Farms is not CHEAP by grocery store dog food standards, it is still far less expensive then most PET SHOP brands.
Harmony Farms contains no corn, wheat or soy which have been found to be the most common of grain type allergens for most dogs. Mickey is allergic to Corn.
Another good but a bit more expensive dog food now carried at some grocery stores is DOGSWELL dog food. However Mickey did not seem to like it quite as well as Harmony Farms sooooooo... Mickey will remain a Harmony Farms dog. Better for our grocery budget too! A 17 lb. bag of this food costs around $30. You can do much, much better than this! Just to compare, a 15 lb. bag of Orijen costs around $35 and a 15.4 lb. bag of Acana is around $33. A 50 lb. dog would eat 2 3/4 cups of Harmony a day, and around 2 cups of the other two, since they are grainless and much higher in calories per cup. So money wise, you'd probably be better off feeding a high-quality food, since they eat less of it. My rule is, if it's sold at the grocery store, I don't feed it to my dogs. If they claim Iams (C rated) and Purina Beneful (F rated) as better than Harmony Farms (A+ rated) then they obviously don't know diddly-squat about what makes good kibble and should not be used as a credible source.