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Old September 2nd, 2011, 08:57 AM
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Question Anyone use Spring Meadows products?

If so, what do you think? How does it compare to Carnivora or perfectly raw?

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Old December 5th, 2011, 01:34 AM
ec140466 ec140466 is offline
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Used SM, and UC

I have used both Urban Carnivore and Spring Meadows, and I do prefer Spring Meadows over Urban Carnivore. A few reasons being that all three of my dogs tend to prefer the SM over the UC. I also find that UC sometimes has an 'off' smell to it in comparison to the Spring Meadows, and in general I find the SM patties tend to be more aesthetically pleasing than UC. I have also heard that a few months back UC was having some issues with their product, so I have been less inclined to buy it after that.

But thats just my two cents, hope it helps!
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