Blue Buffalo "Stew" vs. "Senior" phosphorous levels

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    Audrey C
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    I am looking for a moderate to low phosphorous canned food for my 13 year old 45 lb. hound dog. I add Chinese herbs to his food to help strengthen his kidneys and the Blue Buffalo “Blue’s Stew” is the only canned food that “absorbs” the bitter herbs so he enjoys his meal. Can you tell me if either the Blue’s Stew and/or Blue Buffalo “Senior” canned foods have low phosphorous level and appropriate for an aging dog? They don’t list phosphorous level in the nutrition analysis on the cans. Thank you.

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    crazy4cats
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    Hi Audrey-
    I have found that sometimes it is best to email or call a company about specific information that is not found on an ingredient label. It’s too bad that they don’t have to list that information on the bag. I know a lot of people would benefit from it. I’ve emailed several companies for various information such as calories with various success. Good luck!

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    pugmomsandy
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    I agree with crazy4cats. I would definitely contact the company. They should easily give you the phosphorus content. You and your vet might check into the Lamb Kidney Support formula from here:

    http://www.myperfectpetfood.com/products.html

    Or the kidney diet from Darwins:

    http://www.darwinspet.com/our-raw-foods/our-raw-dog-food/intelligent-design-ks/

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