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Is drools a good dog food?

Is drools a good dog food? I saw the constituents of drools and I saw that it contains more proteins than Royal Canin and also it is under my budget.
By chollen · 23 Apr 2011 7:23 am

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By Santy Mike Harden · 23 Apr 2011 9:44 am
Hi chollen even i was giving her for the first time...but I dont think so it is not as far as Pedigree/Royal Canin is concerned...Give RC which is best nutritional to your dog
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By chollen · 23 Apr 2011 7:00 pm
but i saw the content. it is quite close to royal canin. i m confused
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By Murali · 24 Apr 2011 2:54 pm
Well it's not just proteins that ur dog requires there are other things to check, if you have giant breeds like
St Bearnard, Mastiff or Great Dane, than you must be carefull with the food, given more proteins the dog will grow quickly however that will create problem like joint problem and even hip dysplasia.
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By Rajesh Raghupathy · 26 Apr 2011 11:36 am
Drools is far better than Pedigree. My boxer and rajapalayam both are on drools. Infact my Boxer's stools became solid and periodic after giving drools. Make sure u give enough exercise to ur dog when u feed drools. Pedigree is just a lot of crappy fillers. The first ingredient should always be a meat which drools has...
Both my pups were on Royal canin for first 4 months. Later i shifter to Drools. Now they are 7 and 6 months old respectively
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By Aryan · 02 May 2011 5:33 pm
ya i also feed my neapolitan mastiff first royal canine when drools is not in market but after seeing drools and the percentage of of calories then i shifted my neo to drools he is growing well at 11 moth he gain 30 inch of height which is maximum in neo how more he gain that i dont knw but he is getting muscular day by day he is participating dog show also
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By pooja mishra · 20 Jan 2012 4:59 pm
Drools is premium food contain chickens & egg as a source of protein.It is reach in prebiotic & probiotics.And also contain glucosamine &chondroitin sulphate.And my dog skin become shyine & body become muscular.All skin problem had gone of my labrodog since i shifted to drools.
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By roja khan · 20 Jan 2012 5:41 pm
i am giving my lab "bruno" drools from last 6 months, i have seen tremendous growth , he became more active , healthy , i will suggest everyone to use drools as it offers best quality pet food , with high protein and fat.

If i compare pedigree with drools , Drools is far superior than pedigree in terms of ingredients , protein and fat .
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By Nimisha · 20 Jan 2012 5:46 pm
You are absolutely right , nutritionally and ingredients wise drools is equivalent to RC ,Eukanuba and Hills . Price wise it is value for money because its been manufactured in India by IB Group one of largest poultry company. Since all the raw materials of drools are produced in house only thats why even with high quality ingredients price reasonable.
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By Navjot Singh · 22 Apr 2012 1:41 pm
I'm very wary of indegineously manufactured dog food companies. All contain animal by-product. We all talk about the 'quantity' of protein but no one talk about 'quality' of protein. All waste that's left in slaughter houses in India are thrown into the river or are cheaply sold to these dog food manufacturing companies.
I wonder why you guys have to feed packed food? Which protein is best? Protein from the primary souces like paneer and egg or protein derived from animal by-products preserved with chemicals.
Feed home-cooked food. Your dog will be healthy throughout his life.
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By Subhasis Das · 23 Apr 2012 12:28 pm
I am using this dog food for last one months this is good.
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By vivek · 08 May 2012 2:52 pm
iam using drools for last 3 months for my great dane....and the results are good....coat became shiny and body muscular....
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By milton mathew · 03 Oct 2012 7:24 am
drools is a good food but not for dogs make sure you add hot water to the
food and leave it to rest till the heat is gone serving plain food can coz radical stomach prbs to your dog and i prefer RC. qiuet expensive but at the end of the day your DOG doesnt ask you wat it needs so give it the best
regards
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By Subhasis Das · 09 Oct 2012 5:15 pm
I also use drools for my 9 months GSD. his stool is become ok. but one thing this dry food is containing crone. is crone is good for dog..please answer
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By Subhasis Das · 09 Oct 2012 5:19 pm
I also use drools medium breed for my 9 months GSD. his stool become ok. but one thing that this dry food containing Crone. is crone good for dog?
I don't know
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By Ricky Cool · 19 Oct 2012 4:01 pm
is drools is good for rott puppy she is 6 months old i feed him royal canin but now it is not in by budget please help me out
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By Navjot Singh · 21 Oct 2012 10:58 pm
Corns are used as cheap fillers in dog food. Brands like Pedigree and Drools do use these cheap fillers like corns. Corns are not good for dogs.
If you feel you are unable to feed RC due to money crunch, you can feed home-cooked food like eggs, bone-less chicken, yogurt, rice, boiled vegetables like sweet potatoes, potatoes, all green vegetables.
You don't necessarily have to feed commercially available food. Home-cooked food is healthy. Feeding commercial food is like feeding junk food like burger, pizza, etc. The packet food is unhealthy and cause serious health complications for your pet. For example, your dog can develop kidney disorder in the latter phase of his life.
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By dhiraj · 23 Oct 2012 8:59 pm
RC is not good dog food because that company use beet pulp so its create some problem in dogs stomach exp. stone problems.....u can use KANNIS SUPER PREMIUM PET FOOD
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By Manav Kukreja · 28 Nov 2012 9:15 pm
i am giving my GSD Royal Canin and its good. satisfied
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By Äshû Ðrävîð Khäâñ · 12 Dec 2012 10:16 pm
yes drools is best
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By gspal · 11 Mar 2013 7:11 am
Venky's Regale Adult with chicken meat and fat packets now do not carry the AAFCO logo as it did earlier. They import the product in bulk from Total Alimentos, Brazil, and repack the same in Pune, and also state on the pack that it is as per Australian formula. I wonder what that means?? What I have heard about Drools is that the owners being in the business of leather too are finding it more convenient to dump the carcasses of cows, buffaloes, etc. in their extruder plants for making kibbles. I wonder if that is true. As for imported products, what happens when their parent company makes a recall as has happened for Timber Wolf? Do the imported bags of recalled batches go back to the States? Of course not. It is better to listen to Navjot and give home-cooked food of chicken, paneer, eggs, sweet potatoes, etc. and supplement the food with fish oil (Omega 3 & 6), the 10 essential amino acids and vitamins, and glucosomine + chondroitin syrup. Just do not depend only on kibble. Kibble requires atta and/or soya to stick all the ingredients together.
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By Rahul Khanna · 16 Mar 2013 12:45 pm
Hi
Bought drools yesterday for the first time , i have a basset hound and beagle ... just after 1 feed my beagle had loose motions in the night and next morning both refused to eat it . even the popcorn treats (roast chicken)which came free with 3kg drool pack , is not being touched by them . trust me they never ever refuse treats ... anyway my fault as i got tempted to buy drool as the cost was mush lower then normal food which we buy for them...never again shall i try to save money at cost of their health .
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By Raj Das Gupta · 28 May 2013 11:00 am
They're refusing to eat because you've changed their diet drastically. it should be changed over a period of 1 week and never within a day.
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By gspal · 29 May 2013 10:46 am
All dry kibble is just filler not food. Please go through by search on net as to how kibble is prepared at high temperatures in a extrusion plant. At high temp all nutrients are lost and all artificial vitamins, etc. are added afterwards Better try wet food like the Pedigree Meat sachets of 80 gm for Rs25.00 each that on dry matter basis has 50% protein. Add paneer and/or chapattis and some veg/cereal to it for a full meal. Go into the background of what business other than IB is the Drool management involved into like hides. How and where is the carcasses of animals disposed off? You will then be suspicious of Drool. Only yesterday, I saw a Doberman with liver disease having been fed only on Drool. For cost conscious owners Nutripet kibble is a better option.
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By Sunil Kumar · 18 Jun 2013 10:36 am
Hi,
I Bought Drools recently and after feeding my lab for two weeks, my pet's skin condition improved drastically (was dry and flaky earlier) so should I recommend it to everyone on the forum my answer is a firm NO. Why?? Well first let us understand no matter who is the manufacturer of dog food there would be few issues with it - It will have fillers. Balance of nutritional content would be different. Source of non-veg used in the product might not be disclosed. And finally all dogs are different hence would respond differently to a particular food. So, in first place find a standard food that your dog responds well to, it can easily be done by checking the stools - stools should be hard and 'formed'. Second, supplement dog food with eggs, boiled vegetables and vitamin supplements. Lastly, get the pet checked regularly by your vet for any signs of illness. All in all no dog food or supplement is good or bad it is up to the owner of the pet who needs to keep changing or supplementing the dog food for best results. So we need to understand our dog before getting in to the debate on dog food.
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By Er Chandra Prakash Sony · 19 Oct 2013 2:24 pm
i would always prefer drool's rather than pedigree.my female rottwieler 20 months old is on drools...it's the best food,..as compared to RC's & Pedigree's cost... :)
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By satya · 19 Nov 2013 8:32 pm
drools are a product of IB-- indian broilers.. they have their nowm live stock DC.. so they dont have to depend on other or left over materilas for making product
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By Varun Sharma · 04 Jan 2014 4:40 pm
Where is the ingredient list of drools? Not just the percentages but the actual list
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By Praveen Nerolu · 27 Feb 2014 12:15 pm
I have been using drools chicken/egg/vegetables since around 6 months for my female GSD. She got good coating, good growth, good weight and very active. I didn't have any issues with the food.

After seeing the results, now I am feeling Drools puppy Premium to my 3 months old male GSD puppy. He is liking the food too. Have to see the results in coming days.

Pedigree is just the fillers and not worth the money. I have fed pedigree puppy weaning to my female dog for initial 4 months. Growth was not at all impressive. After I changed to drools it was good.
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By Deepali Shah · 05 Jun 2014 3:38 pm
How is the premium offer from Drools known as FOCUS !! Its a grain free diet one. Any reviews ?? Do revert !
Thanks
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By Pruthvi Shetty · 02 Jul 2014 11:42 pm
Drools is a superb dog food it is really close to royal canin in terms of its dietary value,some think that drools is a non-premium economic pet food but actually it is a premium Dog food the huge price of royalcanin is because it is literally imported whereas drools is owned by a indian company venkys which is quite reputed and hence the low cost. About me -a proud owner of a male boxer fed on drools . he is 7yrs old now and is still very healthy
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By gspal · 03 Jul 2014 7:23 pm
@Shetty. Drools is owned by IB and not Venkys. Drools latest product is FOCUS which they proclaim as having no grain. Any form of grain or by any other name is a strict NO for dogs
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By Sudhanva Gnaneshwar · 07 Dec 2014 2:19 pm
Hey Guys, just incase if you are trying drools for the first time, take my suggestion and stay away. I lost my dog because of food poisoning and another one is still suffering. I'm highly frustrated with the quality and standards they maintain. This was confirmed by vet doctor as well. Stay away and keep your companions healthy.
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By gspal · 07 Dec 2014 7:48 pm
Well I got this message in my email from dogspot the link of which brought me here though I do not see the post: "Hey Guys, just incase if you are trying drools for the first time, take my suggestion and stay away. I lost my dog because of food poisoning and another one is still suffering. I'm highly frustrated with the quality and standards they maintain. This was confirmed by vet doctor as well. Stay away and keep your companions healthy."

Well, I feed my 10Kg German/India male Spitz, Appy) Farmina N&D LG Chick+Pomegranate Adult Mini because the size of Farmina's Normal kibble is just too large for its jaws. However, the Mini size is just too small, maybe fit for tiny dogs. In order to get it too eat the premium Farmina kibble I had started adding some Drool (not Focus) Small Dog kibble which it liked to crunch. This warning of food poisoning in Drool kibble implies Drool by IB has joined the ranks of shit class 'filler' food which includes Venky's & World Famous Garbage food called Pedigree. I now need to make a rethink and try Solid Gold Sun Dancer as the size of the kibble is just fine for my Appy. Solid Gold website is http://www.dogkart.in/premium- dog-food-india/dry-food, but then it is made by Diamond Foods with plenty of recalls for salmonella unlike Farmina which has never had a recall.
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By gspal · 07 Dec 2014 7:50 pm
by the way I buy my Farmina online from Dogspot.
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By Shivam Runthala · 06 Jun 2015 1:36 am
Well I m thinking to buy drools (purepet) dogs feed for my lab ,I just wanna ask about review of this product of drools that is "purepet"....
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By Yedhu Nirvana · 05 Jul 2015 8:59 pm
Guys I gave RC gaint starter to my labrodor retriever till his 1st month after dat I shifted to drools now he is 3 months old.. Will it bring any problem in his growth ??
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By JAGAPATHI RAO V · 23 Jul 2015 9:42 am
Go to dogfoodadvisor.com you gonna find everything there. I feed my pup farmina N
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