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Supposedly elevated bowls “can” cause bloat. But I believe the study that showed this was for large/giant breeds, not yorkies. 🙂 But even then, there are other studies that dispute this.
Regarding the gas x- call your vet and ask. I know I wouldn’t give anything to my dog with sorbitol in it.
Thanks for the responses and recommendation.
Do you guys know where Nature’s Logic sources their ingredients from and where it’s made?
Also, was looking through the ingredient list and saw Chicken fat and Pork liver.
One of mine doesn’t do well on pork, the other chicken. Not sure if it would work.
Unfortunately, many dogs have no choice. The other options out there are even worse, and not doing anything really hinders the quality of life.
I know mine would scratch himself bloody. Even after allergy testing and being on immunotherapy for about 9 months this season is really hard on him.
I put him on Apoquel, the itching stopped and he’s a very happy boy.
My other one has seasonal allergies so he’s on it right now too. For him it will be temporary and I plan on taking him off in less than a month.
Ask your vet about the other options. Prednisone and Atopica are even worse.
They’re English Bulldogs (or just Bulldogs or British Bulldogs).
I know one is very sensitive to pork. Gets red and itchy right away.
As far as other ingredients, I really don’t know.
They both have environmental allergies as per allergy testing, but when it comes to food, I noticed that one started scratching his face after being on a salmon formula for six months. He also didn’t care for a beef kibble and wouldn’t eat.
The other had diarrhea on chicken.
They’ve always been on grain free food except for a short time on an Rx kibble.