Originally Posted by Willowy
I think small dogs should eat the best food possible, since you can't possibly say it costs too much (considering how little they eat). Innova EVO is the best dry food I know of. Taste of the Wild is pretty good, too. Wellness CORE is another grain-free, but I've heard that it tends to cause hypoglycemia in small dogs. Regular Wellness is pretty good. Small dogs tend to be picky, and a good canned food can be very helpful. Or you can research how to provide a well-balanced home-prepared (raw or cooked) food.
Core causing low blood sugar is one I would like to see proof as it is incredibly similar to EVO..
Evo just like in cats many dogs cant handle it
Regular wellness is like the cat food good but so grainy
Taste is a good food but I have had limited success with it and dogs
if price is an issue look at Kirkland signature 20lbs is 12$ , ingredients are solid .... IMHO RC is decent but about 50-60% overpriced
I feed my yorkie raw /homemade which aided in her issues .... homemade for a small dog will run you 30-45$ a month , raw about half that which is what a premium dry with premium wet will cost you