Precise Plus Dog Food | Review and Rating - Dog Food Advisor
The Precise Plus Dog Food product line includes 3 kibbles, each claimed to meet for all life stages.
Why do you not rate this a 5* food? Dog food labels tell only half the story. Precise is a solid family-owned company whose mission is to make quality food and serve their customers. They test every batch of food, and their in-house vet, Dr. Lisa Drapela, is available to answer questions at any time. Nutritionists will tell you that beet pulp is a prebiotic. Precise has 3 lines to accommodate a wide variety of canine needs and palates–Precise, Precise Plus, and Precise Holistic Complete. They stand behind their food with a money-back guarantee. I have been feeding Precise Pet since 1998, and my dogs live to very old ages. This company and its food deserve a 5* rating!
Overall, we highly recommend Precise dog food. Their formulas contain a fair amount of meat and contain good quality ingredients. Of the various formulas, we would recommend Precise Plus dog food most strongly.
We carry all varieties of Precise dog food as well as Precise Plus
Precise Plus Lamb Meal & Sw Potato Dry Dog Food
In picking a formula for a specific situation, I pick the brand, but I forget the "type" and look at protein, fat, calories, calcium levels, quality of minerals and are there trace minerals in a food. These are the deciding factors in my selection of a bag of food for a special use. So if we have a consultation and you have a medium breed that is too fat, I may suggest the Large/Giant Breed Puppy food 23/12 for your dog's weight issue, based on the protein/fat and calories versus the title on the bag. 3) Another issue is the advent of many new no grain foods. A Grain Free food does not mean there are no carbohydrates, it just means they are generally using potatoes and sweet potatoes for their carbohydrate component instead of grains. Grains such as oats and brown rice offer many nutritional qualities that have cancer protection elements, so it's not that grains are bad at all, it is a matter of what grains, how much grains in the diet and they need to be whole ground with the grains goodness intact. I do NOT recommended Grain Free Diets for large and giant breed growth, nor are they recommended for all issues. For some dogs they work well, for others we may have to switch them off of a grain free food after a month. Each situation I will evaluate separately because many factors come into play in rebalancing yeast issues in a pet. We can NOT use any Grain Free foods with a sweet potato or white potato component. For some dogs we can use a Grain Free with chick peas (garbonzo beans) or green and yellow spring peas, with no problem. If we don't see any changes on the yeast removal program and this feed we will change the food to a meat based whole grain diet at about 3-4 weeks. FINDING FOODS OVERSEAS For Central/South America you can use Precept Plus (the conterpart to Precise/Precise Plus as it is called in the USA), and ANF are manufactured at Texas Farms manufacturing plant (Precise's Plant), and these foods are sold in the Asian and South American markets. Kibble is usually your dog’s daily food. Precise Holistic Complete formulas provide the complete, balanced nutrition your dog deserves. Kibble size and the right nutrient balance are offered for puppies, large/giant breeds and for small/medium breeds and seniors, plus two unique all-life-stage formulas. All our varieties offer excellent palatability to keep your dog happy day after day. Plus, Precise Holistic Complete is packaged in our zip-top, stay-fresh bag. A handy carrying handle is available on our 15 lb. and 30 lb. sizes.