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It's more expensive than doing your own prep.

 

I've heard of no complaints about the company though. I haven't used that particular brand, but have done prepackaged raw.

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I normally put together my own raw diet because it is much cheaper. But I somtimes feed Bravo for convenience, usually when a sitter has to feed. I buy the Bravo Basics , which contain no vegetables. The traditional Bravo blends have vegetables and are a little cheaper. It's a very expensive way to feed a large dog like a greyhound, but is probably a good way to start out if you are nervous about raw.

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