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Cyndi on Victor Select Dog Food (Dry) The link I left wasn't good enough? Lol! Sorry, I couldn't resist.September 23, 2014 4:19 pm
Jeremy on Pedigree Dog Food Recall Expanded Not to mention meal being the main source of animal protein in foods since fresh meat is 75 percent(ish) water before it's cooked. That makes it go a ways down the list of ingredients after processing, the only exception is raw food but only because it isn't heavily processed. Meal is a good ingredient as long as it is a named source and you trust the companys production and sourcing methods.September 23, 2014 4:08 pm
Crazy4cats on Victor Select Dog Food (Dry) Here is their link! http://www.victordogfood.com/September 23, 2014 3:53 pm
Carrie on Victor Select Dog Food (Dry) Thanks!! I am lucky to have one store near by that sells it! I have used it with my chihuahua's, I just wasn't sure about the calcium levels as I predict him to be around 60ish lbs full grown.September 23, 2014 3:34 pm
Cyndi on Victor Select Dog Food (Dry) Any food that says it's for "All Life Stages" is appropriate for a puppy. Good choice going with Victor. It's highly recommended by quite a few kibble feeders on here. :)September 23, 2014 3:24 pm
Carrie on Victor Select Dog Food (Dry) Does anybody know if Victor has a formula that is appropriate for a 3 month old boxer puppy?September 23, 2014 2:53 pm
Jeremy on Blue Buffalo Basics (Dry) Blue buffalo is not repacked as 4health, Diamond makes the 4health varieties for Tractor Supply Co.
http://www.dogfoodinsider.com/4health-dog-food-review.htmlSeptember 23, 2014 2:53 pm
Amy Chastain on Best 5-Star Dry Puppy Foods The best food to feed your dog is RAW food. It might be a little costly but the benefits outweigh the costs. Your dog will go to the bathroom less because more of the food is absorbed, they will look & feel better & go to the Vet less too. Trust me. My Vet had a dog she rescued from a shelter & it looked like an elderly dog when she got it. She fed the dog a raw diet, & the next time I saw the dog, it was running around & looked & acted like a puppy. Raw food is what a…September 23, 2014 2:07 pm
Jonesy on Rachael Ray Nutrish (Dry) Patricia, thank you for your reply. I am very grateful that you took your babies off this food. Our grief has gone deeper than we knew could ever imagine. We count out so many snacks, and 1 to many. Wait for that extra dog to come in, and she isn't there. Still call her name out waiting for her. I finally went to the Humane Society for 2 days and found one that would help the other dogs not grieve as badly. I spoke of the dog food that took the life of Breyonna Lynn to the Humane…September 23, 2014 11:56 am
Hound Dog Mom on Off Topic Discussions Only Natural Pet is launching a new kibble on October 6th called "Canine PowerFood." It actually looks like a great food if anyone wants to check it out: http://www.onlynaturalpet.com/products/Only-Natural-Pet-Canine-PowerFood-Dry-Dog-Food/999219.aspxSeptember 23, 2014 11:49 am
Daniel on Pedigree Dog Food Recall Expanded What? If you just compare ingredients, both Nature's Domain and Nutrisource Grain Frees are pretty similar. The big difference is that Nature's Domain is made by Diamond...you couldn't pay me to use their products.September 23, 2014 10:23 am
LabsRawesome on Kirkland Cuts in Gravy (Canned) Oh wow they look like the exact same product. And the ingredients are identical too. I don't have Safeway in my area tho. But still, great find! :)September 23, 2014 10:12 am
Crazy4cats on Iams Grain Free Naturals (Dry) Your cat is beautiful and I'm glad she is doing well. However, I am shocked that your vet is not advising you to make a dietary change. I just googled your cat's condition and every single veterinary site recommended changing diet to add more moisture. Hmmm? I totally believe you are looking out for their best interests, otherwise you wouldn't be on this site. Good luck!September 23, 2014 10:06 am
MJfromGA on Iams Grain Free Naturals (Dry) The cat is fine on her current diet and has not had a flare up for over a year now. Probably two years now.
I am under vet advice and this works for her extremely well. Her condition is "idiopathic" this means the animals that have it have it for various different reasons and what works for some cats and their owners may not work for others.
I have experimented over the years and I find that most grain free diets keep her problems VERY minimal to none. Just have to make sure she stays on it…September 23, 2014 8:29 am
Bobby dog on Kirkland Cuts in Gravy (Canned) That looks pretty darned close to K C&G!September 23, 2014 7:38 am
Judy on Abound Dog Food (Dry) Ok I bought this dog food by mistake thinking I was buying Beyond as they were next to each other. Well it was the best mistake I have made in years. My Dog loves it!!!! I was shocked I did not have to put anything on it to get her to eat. I bought the Chicken and Brown Rice. I had her on Blue had to put a topper on it to get her to eat and then she would not eat it all and go after the cat food. Not good. Will be going back for this one again.September 23, 2014 7:32 am
Crazy4cats on Kirkland Cuts in Gravy (Canned) I'll check it out. Thanks!September 23, 2014 7:05 am
ashley on Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul (Dry) Chicken soup for seniors gave my colie x longer life. When she was about 14-15 her back legs were going, pet store clerk recommended this amazing dog food, she was back to being a puppy. She was 17 when she was put to rest. I swear by this foodSeptember 22, 2014 10:15 pm
Alyssa on Kirkland Cuts in Gravy (Canned) LabelsSeptember 22, 2014 8:26 pm
Alyssa on Kirkland Cuts in Gravy (Canned) Side by sideSeptember 22, 2014 8:24 pm
Alyssa on Kirkland Cuts in Gravy (Canned) I, too, was a fan of the Kirkland Cuts in Gravy and was sad to see it go. I see that the Pure Balance stews were recommended as a close replacement, but I wasn't thrilled with the small amount of rice in the PB stews. This weekend, I found an almost dead-on match in the Priority Natural Chicken and Vegetable Stew from Safeway. I still have a few cans of the Kirkland here, so I did a side-by-side comparison. The biggest difference in the two is that the Kirkland has more gravy (and fewer…September 22, 2014 8:22 pm
Bobby dog on Iams Grain Free Naturals (Dry) All Sheba recipes and some if not all Fancy Feast Classics are GF for some other grocery store selections.September 22, 2014 7:25 pm
lisa ettienne on Alpo Dog Food (Dry) My problem is that Alpo dog food almost killed my muffin .She had skin issues and vomiting and her hart was racing,September 22, 2014 6:50 pm
Shar24 on Iams Grain Free Naturals (Dry) Definitely what Bobby Dog and C4C said. Feed predominantly wet food, preferably one that is ph balanced for cats with urinary issues. Wellness Grain Free canned is a good one. It comes in large cans at a good price from Chewy http://www.chewy.com/cat/wellness-complete-health-turkey/dp/30202
Also, Friskies makes "Special Diet" varieties for urinary issues, more cost effective but not grain free. September 22, 2014 6:20 pm
debbiepg on Darwin’s Natural Selections (Raw Frozen) Hi Judy,
I, also, have been feeding Darwin's Natural Selections "fulltime" for the last 2 years, but, unlike other customers, was NEVER notified about changes to the food.
Our stories are so similar since I, also, have a 20 lb dog that's 10 years old and has been eating 40 lbs of this food every month and a half. I started feeding their food because my dog has allergies and the food helped alot.
But, I'll tell you she's been itching a little more for the last month, ears have been bothering…September 22, 2014 6:18 pm
Shar24 on Pedigree Dog Food Recall Expanded Thank you for the feedback! Sounds like a great time to explore some better options for your babies. Best of luck to you!September 22, 2014 6:14 pm
Bobby dog on Taste of the Wild (Dry) Look under Diamond recalls:
http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-recalls/September 22, 2014 5:23 pm
Crazy4cats on Taste of the Wild (Dry) It is listed. Look under the Diamond recall summary in May of 2012. It will list the last recall with the brands and stated affected. Most if not all of the recalls have come from the South Carolina plant.September 22, 2014 5:14 pm
ShepAussie on I and Love and You Nude Food (Dry) This kibble softens in water quicker than other kibbles, which I believe indicates it is more digestible.September 22, 2014 4:49 pm
miko miyasato on Taste of the Wild (Dry) ok thanks. sux that it hasn't been posted under the recalls on this siteSeptember 22, 2014 4:47 pm
Hound Dog Mom on Taste of the Wild (Dry) This brand was always owned by Diamond and, yes, it's been recalled numerous times.September 22, 2014 3:51 pm
Bobby dog on Off Topic Discussions Love it, we have bed wars at my house too!September 22, 2014 3:48 pm
Judy on Darwin’s Natural Selections (Raw Frozen) For about a year and a half now,I have been ordering Darwins duck variation ( in a 40-pound repeating order in order to get the 10% discount.) I even invested in a 2ND hand freezer to be able to order the larger amount needed at one time to get the discount. I order the best version, (not the lower-priced zoologic version), because I feel that our beloved dogs already don't live long enough lives compared to us.
After receiving the email notice of changes from Darwin, I been following the…September 22, 2014 3:40 pm
miko miyasato on Taste of the Wild (Dry) My friend just posted that this brand is now owned by diamond and it had
been recalled due to dangerous meat? I'm trying to find out where she
heard and/or read that, no luck yet. Has any one heard of this? She also
said some places have even stopped carrying Diamond
because its no longer safe, and meat sources for the food have changed
drastically.September 22, 2014 2:39 pm
Kimberly Martin on Pedigree Dog Food Recall Expanded I just wanted to let other pet owners know that I called the company concerning the 44 pound bags of Pedigree adult food that my dogs have been puking up for the last two weeks constantly. I was rudely talked to by the representative and told that it couldn't be from the food. I have been a loyal customer of this product for years but as of now will NEVER PURCHASE THEIR PRODUCT AGAIN. I'm sure their competitor companies " Purina" will be happy to have my business from now on. Especially…September 22, 2014 2:38 pm
Jeremy on Natural Balance Dog Food (Rolled) One of the changes made to the rolls is adding less sugar. That's probably why your dog doesn't want it now, not as sweet tasting.September 22, 2014 1:50 pm
Crazy4cats on Off Topic Discussions I'm not sure if I've posted this before, but I ran across it again today and it always cracks me up! http://www.wimp.com/dogbeds/September 22, 2014 1:37 pm
Dori on Suggested Hypoallergenic Dog Foods Hi 4FF. Not only does it seem like overuse of steroids and antibiotics, but using them for no reason that I can figure out from her original post. I have a lot of environmental allergies and intolerances to fragrances, wool, etc. but my doctor has never suggested that we put me on steroids and antibiotics for them nor would she. Sure I'm itchy a lot of the times if I don't avoid what I'm allergic to but still no reason for steroids or antibiotics. The steroids would probably stop or lesson…September 22, 2014 1:33 pm
Mary McCulley on Natural Balance Dog Food (Rolled) I just bought a roll recently of the new formulation and my dog completely turned her nose up at it. Before she would gobble it down. Supposedly it's a more healthy product now? Unfortunately if she won't take it for treats I can't use it. Too bad.September 22, 2014 12:44 pm
4FootedFoodie on Suggested Hypoallergenic Dog Foods And, Appolosgma said that "each time" the dog would go to the vet he would end up on steroids and antibiotics. That told me that it happened more than a couple of times and clearly sounded like overuse of steroids and antibiotics to me also.September 22, 2014 12:38 pm
ShepAussie on Iams Grain Free Naturals (Dry) I suggest you feed raw to your cat with this health issue, at least half of the time.September 22, 2014 12:09 pm
Dori on Suggested Hypoallergenic Dog Foods Hi Sue. The reason for my comment to Appolsgma regarding the steroids and antibiotics is that I believe her case is different. With Patch, he wasn't just itchy, as you say the whole back of his neck was infected and no fur. Clearly he was a case that did need antibiotics and steroids if Patch was on those also. When there is clearly an infection either visibly or internally then (proven by testing), of course, antibiotics and possibly steroids are called for. Appolsgma's dog was put on both…September 22, 2014 11:58 am
Bobby dog on Iams Grain Free Naturals (Dry) Hi MJ:
In addition to the site C4c recommended, here are two more sites for more info on dietary needs for cats with FIC:
http://www.littlebigcat.com/health/urinary-tract-disorders-in-cats/September 22, 2014 11:20 am
Sean on Best Dry Grain Free Dog Foods I would switch. Not a huge difference in quality (as far as ratings go) and the savings seem worth it.September 22, 2014 9:32 am
soranch on What Would the Ideal Dog Food Look Like? I am good with your principles up to the: 1. Complete
in all essential vitamins and minerals. Which essential vits and mins? How much or % of daily intake?September 22, 2014 9:01 am
Crazy4cats on 4Health Dog Food (Dry) Diamond does make most of the 4Health dry food. Ainsworth still makes a few of their formulas as well. Blue Diamond makes almonds. Blue Buffalo dog food has several co-packers at this time. There have been no recalls on these brands for a couple years.September 22, 2014 8:39 am
Annes4 on Honest Kitchen Dog Food (Dehydrated) My two 13+ year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniels have been fed The Honest Kitchen foods for more than 10 years. My vet bills have been minimal and the dogs' activity level has certainly remained above average for their age and breed. In addition neither of these dogs (or my two younger ones) have gotten overweight with age. I cannot praise these products enough.September 22, 2014 8:37 am
Jan_Mom2Cavs on 4Health Dog Food (Dry) I don't know how many people confuse Blue Buffalo with Diamond because of their diamond logo! It's really frustrating. Like others have mentioned already, 4Health is not manufactured by or doesn't have any affiliation with Blue Buffalo at all. September 22, 2014 8:35 am
Crazy4cats on Iams Grain Free Naturals (Dry) MJ-
FWIW, in my opinion, any cat with urinary issues should be fed mostly wet food. Either canned or raw. They need more moisture in their diets, clean litter boxes and a couple to choose from. I bought a water fountain a few weeks ago and my cats really like it and have increased their water intake. Check out www.catinfo.org for more information. Good luck!September 22, 2014 8:34 am
MJfromGA on Iams Grain Free Naturals (Dry) Yes. Both Earthborn Holistic AND Merrick come only in grain free form. I have now also added Solid Gold Indigo Moon to her rotation. I have tried Blue Wilderness, Wellness Core, and Natural Instincts or whatever it's called (WAY over priced) and that Simply kind from Petco (it's cheaper than other grain free).
My cat does not like these, and she likes the Wilderness, but the bloody pee came back on it and stayed so it was a no go. Strange. She does not get much wet food, but when she does, I…September 22, 2014 3:38 am
Baek on Acana Dog Food (Dry) Thank youSeptember 22, 2014 1:49 am
sue66b on Suggested Hypoallergenic Dog Foods When the skin is infected a vet will prescribe an antiboitic, when I rescued Patch his whole back of his neck was infected & no fur, he was put on antibiotics for 2 weeks, it cleared the puss & some of his sore burst, vet told me that Patch will never grow any fur on the back of his neck, he has grown all his white fur back but I can feel scar tissue lumps under his fur where all the sores were when I pat or rub his neck, I'd say a rope or real tight collar caused this..September 22, 2014 1:10 am
davida12 on Primal Raw Frozen Formulas (Raw Frozen) Flea & tick and heartworm medications are neurotoxens and can give your pets seizures. Long turn use lowers the immune system leading to many diseases. cancer, lupus, allergy s , demodex , etc.etc. If you wouldn't put it on your child, don't put it on your pet. Love my dog. Hope this helps . September 21, 2014 11:43 pm
sue66b on Hill’s Prescription Diet I/D Canine (Dry) Hi JZ, Ive been using the Wellness Simple now 3-4 months, I introduced it real slow at first over 2-3weeks.. I started with the Duck & Oatmeal cause the fat was 11%Patch started to scratch his ear so I re-read the ingredients to the Duck & Oatmeal & saw it had Potato Protein, Patch cant have Potatos so I changed to the Lamb & Oatmeal it has no Potatos but the fat is 12% 1% higher, he's doing real good, his poos are firmer & dont smell on the Wellness Simple, His poos on his…September 21, 2014 11:02 pm
LabsRawesome on Pure Balance 95% (Canned) Hey Chris, I use a couple of other canned foods too. Costcos Kirkland Natures Domain case of 24 cans $19.99 and 4health Tractor Supply .99 per can. Don't know if you've ever used either of those two, but my dogs like those as well.September 21, 2014 10:47 pm
Southern Born on Pure Balance 95% (Canned) ** I mix in other ingredients...thanks!September 21, 2014 9:32 pm
Larry Stover on 4Health Dog Food (Dry) those that are thinking connections with Blue diamond and 4Health - read this recall http://dogfood.guru/4health/September 21, 2014 9:01 pm
Laura Duggan on How We Rate Dog Food Hello, would you consider adding Canadian Naturals to your list? I feed raw and home made, but I work with a rescue and we are looking for a kibble we can confidently recommend to adopters. Thanks in advance, LauraSeptember 21, 2014 8:24 pm
Magwheelz on Evanger’s Hi Bio Dog Food (Dry) Looks VERY good..thanks and keep these reviews coming.September 21, 2014 8:10 pm
aimee on Suggested Hypoallergenic Dog Foods Hi Jill,
If doing an elimination diet is the next step I would only use a diet from a vet, a homemade or maybe Rayne nutrition.
When tested, limited ingredient diets purchased OTC were found to have ingredients not on the ingredient panel. Cross contamination during manufacture is common.
The vet diets are expensive $$$$ but so worth it!!! You need to think of the expense as doing a test to answer a question. Once you know if the dog responds or not then you can branch out a bit.
My dog had…September 21, 2014 7:31 pm
Miriam on Best Dry Grain Free Dog Foods My cocker spaniel mix had the same problem. I started bathing her with selson blue and I started feeing her Blue buffalo grain free dry dog food. Although the blue buffalo is a great dog food, it is also very expensive. After talking to a petsmart store rep I switched to Authority's grain free dry food. All of my dogs skin allergies have disappeared. Now I use head and shoulders on her but she eats the same food. I know it's definitely the dog food. Good luck!September 21, 2014 6:20 pm
cas on Earthborn Holistic Primitive Natural (Dry) Hi what kind did you switch over to? I switched to the Ocean Fusion and yes I did notice that my dog stools were dark. But I am not sure that really matters much. However, I would be worried about the lethargic problem. I actually ended up switching again to Coastal Catch because it's grain free ( I didn't realize the Ocean Fusion wasn't plus the Fusion had rye (I believe that was it anyway) that caused my lab to have an itching issue. What did you switch from?September 21, 2014 6:16 pm
Jill Heath on Suggested Hypoallergenic Dog Foods Andrea, I find your information very interesting. I have a dog with hyper-sensitive intestinal inflammation. Cost me $1000 to find that out and they have no idea why! They want us to do an elimination diet from them of course. I tried to find the Roger Buduk site but to no avail. Do you have that exact website address? Thanks so much!September 21, 2014 6:02 pm
Crazy4cats on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) I only have one that carries it, and I don't live in the sticks! Just hasn't reached our area yet I guess. Sounds like you made it a fun road trip!September 21, 2014 5:11 pm
Ike on The Truth About Corn in Dog Food Do dogs in the wild eat corn?September 21, 2014 4:42 pm
Karma_Grant on Victor Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) I have about 5 different feed stores around me that carry it but all are at least 30 miles away (oh the joys of living in the sticks). If we can, we make a nice little road trip out of it and take our dog with us. He loves a car ride and what better ride than to go get his food :)September 21, 2014 4:24 pm
Karma_Grant on Ol’ Roy Meaty Loaf (Canned) I disagree with your statement. This site gives a non-premium food sold at Walmart, 5 stars. It's Pure Balance canned.September 21, 2014 4:17 pm
aquariangt on Ol’ Roy Meaty Loaf (Canned) There are plenty of "non premium" priced products considered quite highly on here. As well as some expensive food that isn't considered very highlySeptember 21, 2014 3:18 pm
Chris on Pure Balance 95% (Canned) ummmm they are missing out on a lot of nutrition if you are using what I think you are. are you using chicken in a can that is a lot like tuna in a can. dogs need the bones that they can actually consume.... like chicken bones as well as organs like liver. all in balance to a certain percent. September 21, 2014 3:08 pm
Chris on Pure Balance 95% (Canned) oh whew.... I had actually been buying the stew variety and the puppy and not this one. (but now that our puppy has had a taste of raw.... she won't eat the canned anymore. but she will eat some merrick grain free kibble.... go figure. but she loves and I mean loves raw. just like the other dog we took in this summer.... ) so now I can buy either one and don't have to worry. but i love that that stew version is 5 star and at a buck a can you just can't beat that! and at one stop…September 21, 2014 3:06 pm
Crazy4cats on 4Health Dog Food (Canned) Hi All-
We finally have the 4Health canned dog and cat food in the Pacific Northwest! It can be found at Del's Farm Supply. I don't know if it is new or not, but they also have a salmon and potato flavor as well as a puppy and senior formula that are not listed above. I think the dog was $1.19 a can. Glad to find another budget friendly canned to add to the Nature's Domain and Pure Balance. Rotation.September 21, 2014 3:05 pm
Cyndi on Ol’ Roy Meaty Loaf (Canned) Actually, a raw diet, if that's what you're talking about, is the best you can feed your dog, if it's complete and balanced. These reviews are based on ingredients alone and they pretty much speak for themselves...September 21, 2014 2:53 pm
pegleggreg on Ol’ Roy Meaty Loaf (Canned) Old Roy seems to meet your requirements for an adequate generic dog food. Your comment as per usual are biased against anything but premium priced products. I've tried Old Roy and my dog won't eat it. I routinely feed my dog animal scraps from my local grocery. the scraps wouldn't meet you standardssSeptember 21, 2014 2:29 pm
stephspov on NutriSource Grain Free (Dry) try HaloSeptember 21, 2014 12:43 pm
LabsRawesome on Nutro Natural Choice (Dry) Thanks USA! Yours are cute too. They look like fuzzy Teddy Bears! :)September 21, 2014 12:27 pm
LabsRawesome on Nutro Natural Choice (Dry) Thanks Dori! Yeah Blue is usually squinty, cause he's always smilin!! :)September 21, 2014 12:25 pm
LabsRawesome on Nutro Natural Choice (Dry) Hey HDM, Thanks! His name is Cooper. :)September 21, 2014 12:21 pm
Lara Fiumano-MacGowan on How to Choose Dog Food I have a German shepherd puppy who is 8 months old. I currently have him on taste of wild. He is a picky eater. U however he is high energy regards Less how many walks we go on and his huge fence in yard.
I feel it's just not his puppy state. I recently have been adding rice to his diet and it seems tohelp with his energy. Any suggestions on what to feed him? Some have recommended royal canin german shepard line? Than is for t he help!!!September 21, 2014 12:01 pm
Crazy4cats on Nutro Natural Choice (Dry) I'm glad you found something that works and is fairly affordable! I received a 5lb bag of the Nutro Natural Choice dry cat food as a free sample at a vendor show. Well, I wasn't that excited about it other than it was free and quite a large sample size! I went ahead and fed it as I have many pets and need to save where I can. However,I was quite pleased with the results. I thought the food looked and smelled good. The ingredients and analysis were decent. The cats really liked it. I will add it…September 21, 2014 9:45 am
Hound Dog Mom on Nutro Natural Choice (Dry) What's your spaniel's name? I know the lab is Trinity and the dachshund is Blue, I don't think I ever caught the spaniel's name though.
Super cute btw. :)September 21, 2014 8:45 am
See Sea on SmallBatch Dog Food (Raw Frozen) Thanks BCnut, SmallBatch looks like a great product, but I reviewed their website and found it isn't available in my area. BooHoo! I'll be staying with OC Raw and Primal for most of my dog's raw frozen meals.September 21, 2014 8:45 am
theBCnut on SmallBatch Dog Food (Raw Frozen) The review was updated in April. If one of the recipes is not the same star rating as the others, there will be a different rating in parenthesis after its name in the listing of different recipes. Since those have been removed, all of the recipes are now 5 star.
I'm really disappointed in Darwin's too.September 21, 2014 7:33 am
Jill Garnet on Wysong Epigen (Dry) Thank you I'm really really hoping the food is just much richer than the dogs are used to - I am soaking it first and scaling back on amount to allow better adjusting - thank you for your replySeptember 21, 2014 5:14 am
ShepAussie on Iams Grain Free Naturals (Dry) Do you buy and feed your cats a grain free kibble, MJ?September 21, 2014 12:01 am
Torii on Whole Earth Farms Grain Free (Dry) I saw this review on petco when seeing if other dogs has the issue mine has. She was a new rescue (mix breed), we've had her for just under 2 months, and tonight within 12 hours of switching to a homecooked food her liquid diarrhea cleared up. It was like that for 2 months straight basically, off an on, and now we know. Our other dog has 0 problems with it, so it just depends on the dog! I wonder what ingredient is causing it?? It's a great food ingredient wise!September 20, 2014 10:18 pm
Crazy4cats on Nutro Natural Choice (Dry) OMG, so cute! I love them. They look like teddy bears. :)September 20, 2014 10:11 pm
Crazy4cats on Kirkland Cuts in Gravy (Canned) Winnipeg is in Canada, isn't it? I'm not sure if I have access to that inventory at work, but I'll try to check on Monday. I'm very curious to see what you guys have. It's too bad you don't have Natures Domain Turkey because most people seem happy with it. September 20, 2014 10:10 pm
sue66b on Weruva Human Style (Canned) Hi Carly I wouldnt give them to my dog, especially if its been hot, if its been cool days & car was parked in shade they'll be OK, but if car has been in the sun & hot I'd throw away....September 20, 2014 9:57 pm
Carly on Weruva Human Style (Canned) I left the cans (unopened) in the car for a few weeks. I have the paw lickin chicken kin. Do you think that it's still okay? September 20, 2014 8:44 pm
USA Dog Treats on Nutro Natural Choice (Dry) Uh oh, picture snafuSeptember 20, 2014 8:34 pm
USA Dog Treats on Nutro Natural Choice (Dry) Very very cute!!!
The little guy
The BoSeptember 20, 2014 8:28 pm
Guest on Nutro Natural Choice (Dry) Very very cute!!!
My Angel Bo
My princess Twinkie
The little guySeptember 20, 2014 8:25 pm
Kelly on Best Dry Grain Free Dog Foods Our (almost) 1 year old Golden Retriever is on Taste of the Wild (salmon) puppy food right now. We are going to transition him to adult food soon. He LOVES his food right now, but we saw at Costco the Kirkland Signature Nature's Domain Salmon Meal & Sweet Potato for almost half the price but same amount of food. It is also grain free. Any thoughts or suggestions about this??September 20, 2014 8:01 pm
sharron on Acana Regionals Grain-Free (Dry) hi again - she's only gets 1/2 cup/day
and i have turned meal times into a game - it's working for both of us - it doesn't matter whether the bowl is on the floor, on the counter, in a cupboard(just kidding), if she's not hungry she won't eat, so i feed her when she is hungry - it works for her, it works for me - i don't understand what the big deal is as to when she eats and how many times - she never gets more than 1/2 cup a day - isn't it all about what works best for your dog - and this…September 20, 2014 7:52 pm
ash on Wysong Epigen (Dry) I have since tried feeding the Epigen Chicken to my two 4 month old kittens....was previously feeding to dog and adult cat. Adult cat stopped eating it last year and I've posted re my dog's experience (see below). Unfortunately it gave both the kittens diarrhea. This was the new formula.
Can you please past back here when/if you find something to replace it?? Thx!September 20, 2014 7:46 pm
sharron on Acana Regionals Grain-Free (Dry) thanks for the encouragement - i'm feeding her my way and what works for lexee and everything is going well - i know i'm feeding her a food that 90% of the people on this site wouldn't approve of........too bad - it's working for lexee and meSeptember 20, 2014 7:40 pm
Lissa R Carre on Acana Regionals Grain-Free (Dry) Would it work to do an "evening" or dinner feed, vs. a night feed?
What about training games? Does your dog like the Acana enough to use it as training rewards, so that as part of playing/spending time together in the evening, you could do a partial feed as "dinner", and then do some small training stuff, and get another 1/8 cup into her that way? Even just brushing up training she's already got "down", it's always good to keep skills warned up and to take an opportunity to give positive…September 20, 2014 7:39 pm
ash on Wysong Epigen (Dry) Hi Jill....I tried one other thing, but it was even worse as far as healthy BMs go....so I went back to the Wysong "until I could find something better".....it's still not ideal, bc it causes gas, but seems to be better than when I first switched her. That's where we stand for now....September 20, 2014 7:34 pm
Lissa R Carre on Acana Regionals Grain-Free (Dry) Don't beat yourself up. You had reasons for doing what you did. Now you know why that probably wasn't working for your dog as well as you would have hoped.
Dogs are living beings - not computer programs. They are also not human beings, and it takes pay attention in a different sort of way to do what's best for them as members of a different species, rather than what seems best from our perspective as humans.
After all, that's part of what we love about them - they're NOT humans --- it's…September 20, 2014 7:30 pm
Lissa R Carre on Acana Regionals Grain-Free (Dry) When they talk about differences in activity, they could be talking about a significant amount of difference. i.e. a working dog that (for lack of a better term is "on duty" and thus on the move" much of the day, vs. a dog that is in the house most of the day, and whose main activity is finding a comfy position on their donut bed. Acana is nutrient dense food but carb light - a big difference in, say, cardio activity would mean a big difference in what the dog would need to stay energized for…September 20, 2014 7:27 pm
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