Is anyone aware of a high quality grain free dry food that does NOT contain peas or pea fiber. I have a Golden that seems to be sensitive to these ingredients.
Are you against feeding grain inclusive foods? That could be a good option if you aren’t.
This is what my dog eats and its grain inclusive, but no peas or pea fiber: https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-reviews/fromm-dog-food-gold-nutritionals-dry/
a lot of grain-free foods use peas as the carb source in replacement for grains.
Wysong Epigen formulas are pea free and high quality. If you want to consider dehydrated, Honest Kitchen and Grandma Lucy’s have pea free varieties.
Hi, there’s “Earthborn Holistic” Natural Ocean Fusion, no peas, no tomato pomace & no probiotics…. http://www.earthbornholisticpetfood.com/us/dog_formulas/ocean_fusion/
My boy gets real bad wind & farts when he eats a kibble peas…
I switched Maggie (my Coonhound) to Farmina because I suspected peas and/or lentils were causing her itching and severe dandruff. After one bag, these problems stopped.
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Glad to see another Coonhound parent on here. Curious as to what kind of Coonhound Maggie is and how long the pea-related carbohydrate problem went on before you solved the issue. We’ve got a rather itchy (no dandruff or any kind of large-scale discomfort) Bluetick and Treeing Walker mix who eats a partial raw and partial kibble diet (kibble containing pea protein).
Hi Coonhound Mama,
Maggie is a Black and Tan Coonhound who is now about 7 years old. She’s had itching problems since we got her at the Amador County Animal Shelter 6 years ago and am not sure if it’s caused by food or airborne allergies. I tried a food without Lentils or Peas a while back and it seemed to help. Then, I switched her to a food that has chicken in it without lentils or peas and the itching started up again so I’m going to try once again a food without lentils, peas, or chicken and see how that goes. Good luck with your friend.
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