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I think all processed dog food has too much sodium, but this food follows the guide lines, maybe Senior addition would be worth looking at.
dengjai
· July 8, 2019
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(I am just another customer - always call the company to confirm) small breeds refers to the nutritional components, it's formulated for a smaller dog, their nutritional needs are different generally then a larger breed. Small bites is literally small almost large pea sized food. Hope that helps
Chris
· September 28, 2017
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small bites are small circles while the small breed is the about size of mini chocolate chips, my chi's prefer the small breed as the small bites gets stuck in their back teeth easier
kristin bowers
· May 31, 2019
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It is made in Franklin Tennessee USA.
Reagan Martin
· May 25, 2017
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The toy breed has much smaller morsels than the small breed.
B Katz
· September 28, 2017
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No, the Small Bites is a larger kibble when compared to the Toy Breed recipe. Hope this helps!
Mars Petcare
Manufacturer · November 29, 2017
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I have 2 chihuahuas which are small breed dogs. I buy the small bites because the food is small and is easy for them to put in their mouth to chew. Hope that helps!
Debbie K. Ruiz
· September 28, 2017
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