Grain free soft dry dog food

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    Does anyone know of a Grain free soft dry dog food available? I have a 12 year old Westie that needs an soft dry food for allergy old teeth. Any help would be appreciated.

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    holistic health extensions has grain free WET dog food, the flavors that are grain free are turkey and duck. the turkey entrée has turkey, chicken, sweet potatoes, and carrots in it just to name a few ingredients. the duck entrée has duck, chicken liver, turkey, sweet potatoes, carrots, and dried egg products

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    I don’t think there are any good soft dry foods. The only one I can think of is Moist & Meaty but that is poor quality. You can let the kibble soak in some water or try some of the dehydrated foods that you have to rehydrate like The Honest Kitchen, Grandma Lucy’s, Smack, Sojo’s, and Addiction. DNA (Dried-N-Alive) doesn’t really hydrate well. It doesn’t turn soft but is more like a hard fruit cake consistency when you soak it.

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    Why not try canned? I soak one of my dog’s meals(dry food) each day in water so she will get enough water. She loves it soaked. Maybe just do that?

    #22168 Report Abuse

    The stuff they use to make semi moist foods is not something I would feed my pets.

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    Lacey S

    Yumwoof Perfect Kibble is what you want to try. They make a soft and chewy kibble.

    My husband and I switched our dog to Yumwoof when he was starting to show similar signs of tooth sensitivity. He absolutely loves it!

    The ingredients are really good, which is why we bought it. Only 14 ingredients, grain free, soy free…nothing bad. The first ingredient is fresh chicken, and it has lots of coconut oil which is really good for older dogs too.

    We bought it on Hope that helps!

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