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April 14, 2014 at 12:24 pm in reply to: Finding a dry food for a picky Yorkie with lots of food allergies #38695 Report Abuse
Addiction Pet Foods have several hypo-allergenic dehydrated foods that have none of the ingredients that your dog is allergic to (kangaroo or brushtail are two). You have to add water to hydrate them, but they are very palatable, and your dog should have no problem chewing the food.
Orijen has been named Pet Food of the Year by the Glycemic Research Institute in Washington, D.C. for 3 years running. It is what I always recommend to my customers requesting a food for their diabetic pets (I own natural/holistic pet food store).April 14, 2014 at 11:16 am in reply to: Need some suggestions to switch one of my dogs food #38690 Report Abuse
Acana has a new line called Acana Singles. This is a limited ingredient diet (one meat protein) that is grain free and does not contain any potato. You have a choice of Lamb and Okanagan Apple, Pork and Butternut Squash, or Duck and Bartlett Pear. It is a low glycemic, low carb diet with all natural ingredients (except for zinc).April 14, 2014 at 10:53 am in reply to: Atopic dermatitis/yeast issues, smartest food choice? #38682 Report Abuse
I own a natural/holistic pet food store, and the best results we have had for yeast problems was a combination of Canine Caviar dog food and N’zymes supplement. N’zymes is available either as a treat or sprouted granules which are added to the pet’s food.