Originally Posted by Pogthefish
I read the nutrition labels on eukanuba and it had good reviews online. It's within my price range, so I'll stick with that unless she has problems with it. Like I said, she's been eating better this summer. It probably has to do with my getting out of full-time school and being more consistent with her feeding time. Also she's getting more exercise now that I can give her long walks at the park, so that's probably helping her appetite, too. I think the frustration was that she knew I wanted her to eat, but she just wasn't hungry because her body wasn't prepared to eat. Yesterday, she ate all of her food except some crunchies left over from that morning, so I opened the door to the crate and she finished the crunchies before leaving. I think whatever I've done, it's worked.
If you do decide to switch, here is another suggestion for Wellness. It's a great brand. Eukanuba isn't really a "great" food. If you came to my store, I'd steer you away from it. It's a very long "grand tour of the pet foods" story why. But, it's not something I'd feed my dogs.