Ok I'm on the fence with this one, our breeder fed Purina Pro Plan, which we have been giving because she is used to it, but to be honest, I have never cared for anything made by Purina, ever. I fed my old dog Science diet before it became so mainstream and she lived to be 17 but now when I look at the ingredients on the bag, I think they might have changed them over the years because back in the day it seemed to be one of the best foods out there but now when you look at the labels it doesn't seem to be any better than Purina and the Pro plan actually looks better ingredient wise. However, when I google dog food reviews the pro plan is getting a 1 star rating which is a bit alarming to me. I want to give this pup the best nutritionally balanced diet I can and I don't know if I am just overthinking this or not. Today we met with someone who was VERY knowledgable about canine nutrition and they gave us some choices which included Sojos, which is a freeze-dried raw food diet, they gave us a sample and I mixed it up but it looks disgusting, nothing I would ever consider doing, I didn't even give it to her to see if she liked it. then they reccomended EVO which looks good but its VERY expensive, its like $70 a bag and I have four dogs and I want to switch them all to the same food and I'm not sure I want to spend $140 a month if not more on that brand, then I saw costco started selling Natures Domain Salmon and sweet potatoe food which rated high in the independent reviews but I've never had a dog on a fish based diet. Any thoughts or suggestions would be very much appreciated. We just want to get the right food for her and with all the pre-dispositions (health wise) to this breed, we don't want to make the wrong choice. Thanks.