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  • in reply to: need help with finding a dog food #95621 Report Abuse
    samlab
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    Try Blue Buffalo Duck and Potato Limited Ingredient Grain Free dog food it is superb for dogs with allergies especially dogs with severe allergy issues.

    samlab
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    I found that Blue Buffalo limited ingredient grain free Duck and Potato 22% and I think its 12% fat is just outstanding for dogs with certain protein issues and sensitive stomachs…one of my Champion Labs was on this and had a coat that was outstanding all his issues went away…a vet on this site recommended it and he was dead on.

    in reply to: Good for for cronic ear infections? #52618 Report Abuse
    samlab
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    I am taking back a bag of Purina Sport 28/18! I just started my Lab on this crap. He shows this weekend and he’s now got to two infected ears. Ear goop as I call it is food allergy and so is paw licking. I am going back to the Euk Performance 30/20 today…that’s what I get for listening to others. So I gave Purina a try again and they failed as usual. Every single show Lab I have owned has this problem with their food. Watch the high protein level in big dogs it “burns” them…Also for dogs with sensitive stomach and allergy problems. The Blue Buffalo limited ingredient/grain free Duck and Potato is fantastic! If you have a sensitive eater this is the food. My retired Champion is on this and he takes sweepstakes 12 and older every time he looks superb on this food. Good luck.

    in reply to: Lab Puppy – Best Dry Food? #42629 Report Abuse
    samlab
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    Well you have a show breeder of Labs here…….then she should have waited until after the surgery or what ever that state laws allow…that being said back to Foods.

    The dog should be on Puppy food till 5 to 6 months and switched over to adult…..I stopped using Purina as they are adding menadione a no, no. Actually the Puppy Food available at Costco is excellent Puppy food as is their lamb food and chicken food and has excellent reviews…many show breeders do use it….with great results.
    Whatever you do NO GRAIN FREE for Labradors, unless they have a sensitive stomach etc.
    It just does not work well on Labradors…….all the foo-foo foods just don’t work for them.

    24-26% protein and 14-16 on the fat will be fine for the dog: Adult Food

    I have the #4 Yellow Dog Puppy in USA…..10 months 76 lbs

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