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I've tried several of the types you have listed, and they were great, but Wysong beats them all by miles. Especially their new Epigen line - the food has 60% protein, which definitely mimics a true animal diet. Both my dogs and cats LOVE it, they stay trim even with free feeding, they have shiny coats, tons of energy and are all extremely healthy.

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Wysong Dog Food. NEW
by: Laura Jean

I used Wysong for years until it became unavailable in my area. Where do you buy yours? I live in RI.

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by: Anonymous

This dog food contains beet pulp, which is nothing more than a cheap filler. It also contains taurine which is questionable.

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