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Canine Caviar Special Needs is 8% fat.
Hi everyone, I have a Cavalier who has 25 different allergies and I have gone through many foods trying to find the right combination for her. This included Raw, Dehydrated, Kibble, Canned, you name it. When I got her at the age of 2 1/2 she was on a food called Dynamite Super Premium and had no problems, she was born and raised in Arizona. When I brought her to California her allergies exploded. Veterinarians say this is common. Had her tested and found she is allergic to 5 different foods, so the search began. Now I only took her off the the food she was used to because you get it from a Distributor and the shipping was killing me, I have since found a Distributor here in California. Since putting her back on that food and some of their supplements she has stopped itching, eye watering minimized, coat again shiny. All of my dogs are now on it and I am pleased with the results. I think taking a look at their website would be of benefit to you. http://www.dynamitespeciality.com. You can then decide for yourself. Their customer service is terrific and will answer any question you may have and can also help you find a distributor or maybe become one.
you can add eggs, l like to poach them, fresh veggie’s and fruit these help expand the kibble and are healthy.
I’m not big on giving a lot of treats so I save money there.
You can also get some vitamin B from you veterinarian to stimulate their appetite.September 6, 2014 at 10:20 am in reply to: Please Recommend a Small Kibble with Absolutely No Corn #51314 Report Abuse
Have you tried Fromm, I have had great success with the Duck and Pheasant combination. It is low enough in fat for the little guys and an very small kibble. I also have a 5 lb Maltese and he is prone to pancreatitis so I feed him Honest Kitchen Zeal. It is a dehydrated food so a bit messy for their little faces but worth it since it is only 9% fat.
I use Honest Kitchen for my guys but they are little, the three of them make up one 35 lb dog. Again I have heard good things about Fromm Canned, I think its called Gold Naturals but not sure, you can look on their website
Fromm has an excellent wet food, low fat and good for the little guys. I feed one of my dogs Honest Kitchen Zeal, because his had a nasty bout of pancretitis. I feed the other two Honest Kitchen Thrive because of sever food allergies. If you go on the Fromm website I am sure you can get the information about their canned food for special needs, it is chicken based and I have heard really good things about it.
I have not heard of Dawson. I have used Darwin’s which I was very happy with. If your dog has kidney problems the protein may be to high in raw foods. I think Dog Food Advisor has a section of recommended dog foods for kidney problem. I took my dog off of raw because of pancreatitis.