I don’t want to confuse anyone, but I know I am researching a lot of brands, I think I am too fussy. I still have my dog on Holistic Select lamb formula. He eats it but he don’t love it. I got a sample of Nutrisource and he like it a lot. But before I switch him I would like to know if anyone has any experience on this food. The sample I got is lamb and rice.
- This topic was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by joanne l.
The same folks on this site that will bash Zignature, will bash Nutrisource, it’s the same parent company “Tuffy’s”
They have already told you the ONLY foods they approve of.
But then again, no one on this site is a veterinary healthcare professional nor are any of them a veterinary nutritionist.
- This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by anonymous.
Well Anon I don’t want to feed a food that may cause harm. If Zignatures is on that bad list, will nutrisource be the same? I know Zignature is all grain free this one is grain in. I really don’t want to be afraid to use it. Maybe I should not feed it and be on the safe side? I understand what people on here are going to recommend, but don’t feel comfortable with the recommended foods either. Well I guess I am in a tough spot. I know everyone is just trying to be helpful. Sorry I am so fussy. Holistic Select is doing my dog fine, except for the fact he don’t really enjoy it.
- This reply was modified 7 months, 3 weeks ago by joanne l.
There is no bad list. There is no good list. Please discuss with your vet. All kinds of bogus information on the internet.
The only good food is the food that agrees with your dog. It does not matter how other people’s dogs have done on it.
And judging by the amount of various foods you have tried, if I was you I would get a referral for a internal medicine specialist if your dogs issues continue. Especially if you have tried prescription/therapeutic food through your regular vet without positive results.
Also, 2 or 3 servings mean nothing, it takes at least a month to see if the food agrees with the dog.
PS: Maybe your dog is sick? A healthy dog has a good appetite.
Has he had a thorough workup? Labs? What did his last bloodwork look like?haleycookieMember
Feed what he likes and stop asking so many questions. We’ve all stated what we think and yet you ask another question that’s going to get the same response as the others.
Maybe this is someone under 18 or something? I will ignore from now on, hopefully the person will consult a veterinary healthcare professional with their concerns.
First off I am well over 18 years old, and I am a medical Assistant. What gave you the idea that I tried so many foods?? I research a lot of them but did not try. Second all I ask of you and others. is have you tried Nutrisource and does anyone have experience with the food. Third I know every dog is different, but I still like to hear what others are saying and than I will make up my own mind. Forth, my dog does not have issues like you are saying, he is a GSD. Fifth, you think I am 18 years old, and yet you don’t understand certain questions. Yes I have changed diets once in a great while. I had said I rotate can food, but I guess it some how was misunderstood for dry food. I won’t bother asking any more questions. However, I will try to help others if I can.
Oh and one more thing, my dog is a chow hound , meaning he likes to eat. When he doesn’t like a food it is for a reason, not that he is sick. I know my dog better than you. So how can you give advice to see a specialist? Thank you for not responding.
- This reply was modified 7 months, 2 weeks ago by joanne l.
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