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Wondering if anyone has any suggestions for a softer dried dog food? Have a 9 year old very active, normal weight grand dog. She currently is on Putin’s pro plan.
 

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The only way you'll find a "softer" kibble is like to find a kibble that it still being baked and not extruded. What I food is 10% moisture and it's made with the extrusion process at is cooks at very high heat and pressure which make a very hard kibble.

Wellness was a baked kibble like 10 or 12 years ago. Last one I knew that was baked was a kibble from Triumph. Today you'd have to really search for a baked kibble.
 

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The only way you'll find a "softer" kibble is like to find a kibble that it still being baked and not extruded. What I food is 10% moisture and it's made with the extrusion process at is cooks at very high heat and pressure which make a very hard kibble.

Wellness was a baked kibble like 10 or 12 years ago. Last one I knew that was baked was a kibble from Triumph. Today you'd have to really search for a baked kibble.
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baked kibbles- Lifes Abundance, Flints River Ranch (not Flint River- but the Ranch version) and I think Avoderm is baked too.
 
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