My vet recommends Purina Pro Plan which is what I use for my GSP
Thank you.My vet recommends Purina Pro Plan which is what I use for my GSP
Thank you for your reply. I contacted (Nutrena) Loyall but they really was no help. My wife found a place in Illinois that had Loyall life puppy food and cheaper then most places. I heard and read to many bad things about Amazon and dog food so I pass on them. But again thank you for your reply. I have the pup and well be taken him to a guy near me in Pittsgrove NJ (Sunrise Kennel) that will train him and help me.Just saw this.
I have started few puppies over the years and while the brands may have varied, they were all high quality feeds with 30% protein and 20% fat. My most recent pup was raised on Purina Pro Plan Puppy. As i normally do, i bought one large bag of the puppy formula and when that was done I transitioned the dog to adult formula with no difficulties. The puppy formula for Pro Pan is pretty much the same as their Performance feed, just smaller kibble. I suspect that Loyall is similar.
I suggest that if you want to find loyall feed, you contact feed grain suppliers in your area. They may be able to order it in for you. My feed grain guy orders in a Sportsman's Pride product for me. Also, I know that Jeannette Tracy (Ladywood Kennels) ot of Glenwood PA. uses Loyall products and is quite stifiecd with them. I'm pretty sure she has clients who are members of the Englsih Setter Club of NJ in Medford Twp. so it is quite possible that a feed grain or petfood supplier in that area carries,or can get Loyall dogfood. I would contact Loyall themselves and ask if there are any suppliers local to you. Alternately, you could contact Jeannette and ask her if anyone local to you feeds Loyall, and where they get it.
BTW, I just checked and you can actually get Loyall delivered from Amazon. Whoodathunkit?
Birttanies are neat bird dogs and pretty neat companions also. Have fun.