I am switching Mizu from Natures Nutro to Beneful. Does anyone feed their beagle this brand? I've heard good and bad reviews on this brand.
I checked the numbers, and the Beneful Original contains 360 kcals per cup. In plain English (lol) the kcals, or "kilocalories", will determine how much of the food the dog will eat. So, the less kcals per cup, the more food the dog has to consume not only to maintain weight, but to consume enough nutrients it needs in the course of a day. The more kcals, the better, so the dogs eats less, and the more nutrient dense a food is. Most decent brands will be 400+ kcals per cup, so they should eat less on a better food than they did on the Beneful.Quote:Originally posted by threedognight:
WOW!! Am I glad this topic was brought up. No wonder my beags gobble it up and have nasty teeth! When you crunch the numbers, a 30lb bag of the good food is actually cheaper than the Beneful I WAS buying. Will a 30lb bag of the good food go bad, as it will take 3-4 weeks for mine to go through it??? Thanks for the info., I never thought Beneful was not a good food.
Have you tried Canidae all life stages? No wheat but the protein... 24%...Quote: I am trying to find a lower protein food with no wheat in it