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1/15/12 11:50 A

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I agree with you on Science Diet. I kind of laugh when people are so emphatic about saying it is horrible when they have no proof. My dogs are absolutely gorgeous. They have been on it since they were puppies. People comment on their coats and teeth all the time.

I had read the same things other people have read who are so adamant about it being horrid. (by the way, the info from dogfoodanalysis.com is from 2005 and not a reliable source) I talked to my vet and he actually gave me a large amount of materials that he got from the plant when he toured it, also the research that he had done himself. I was happy about hearing all the research that they have done, and how the dogs are treated like family pets at the plant and have a huge place to play and be dogs. They also get lots of interaction from the employees.

My dogs are proof that it is a great brand and excellent quality. Every dog is different. You have to find what works for yours. I switched to Blue for awhile and their coats lost the shine. I still think Blue is an excellent food. My dogs just happen to do better on Science Diet. I also feed them some fruits and veggies and other lean meat when I cook. But their main food is SD because of the nutrients. When I talked to the vet about wanting to feed them what they ate in the wild, he said that they are not in the wild. Dogs have been domesticated and are not like they use to be. They also have a longer life span than dogs in the wild did.




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1/15/12 9:35 A

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IAMS mini chunks, they seem to love the taste

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1/13/12 10:22 P

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My boxers get Purina One with either chicken or lamb! That's what their breeders suggested so we just stuck with it :)

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I have been feeding my fur babies California Natural's Lamb and Rice dry food.

My husband and I started feeding our pups this brand when we had another dog Pepe (We do not have Pepe anymore, she died three years ago) The other brands had corn and other sugary starchy fillers in that the our dog trainer suspected was contributing to Pepe's "bad dog" behavior.

So we switched and Pepe calmed down. So we never stopped feeding our dogs that brand.

Our pups are spoiled.

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We've been feeding the three monsters Taste of the Wild for a few months now. Our Canidae/Evo store lost their supplier, so we went with the best locally available food we could get. before that we fed Natural Balance (pre-recall).

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1/12/12 11:14 A

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My fur baby Lexy is allergic to corn (she throws up) and chicken (she gets extremely dry skin), and is probably the most picky dog ever with a ton of other foods... she is the only dog I know that refuses to eat french fries, but will eat baked potato.

We rotate between AvoDerm (she likes the lamb and super tiny pieces) and Wellness Brand (rotating between the salmon and whitefish)... she is a little spoiled so she also gets dinner with us, which is normally Turkey of some kind. My husband is even worse than I am and normally makes a separate portion for her, but won't admit it.

However after eating all that she isn't overweight and her coat is extremely healthy! :-)

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1/11/12 9:38 P

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Luckily my dogs don't have any food allergy issues, so they get Science Diet Light. Grain free foods are awesome if your dog has allergies or even a sensitive stomach, but don't be afraid if you see corn in the ingredient list. Reading the ingredient list on the bag is kind of tricky, but just so you know the food is listed by weight, not by amount. Corn isn't all that bad anyways, its a carb that their bodies turn into glucose, and glucose is used for energy/the only fuel the brain uses.
As for Science Diet, some people think because it is the main food sold in veterinary clinics that they get a kick back for selling it, but that is not true. I am a veterinary technician and the reason we carry Science Diet is because they are one of the only available prescription foods. (purina and royal canin also provide some prescription foods and I am sure there are others available) These companys have done so much research on animal nutrition, I trust them to provide my pets with the nutrition they need to be healthy. Plus we have so many patients that have to be on prescription diets the rest of their lives for health issues like diabetes, bladder stones, renal disease, or the critically ill hospitalized in the clinic. I have seen it save/keep alive many of our patients.

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1/10/12 12:40 A

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Kyah eats Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover's Soul. It rated really high on all the dog food analysis websites. check out www.dogfoodanalysis.com . It is amazing what you will learn about your food from that website. I also live in a rural area so finding good food is hard to come by but so far so good. Kyah is happy and healthy at nearly 8 years old. emoticon

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1/9/12 9:31 A

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I also feed my fur babies Blue Buffalo

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1/8/12 11:15 P

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I feed my dog Solid Gold. It's the best food I've come across in the past 8 years or so. I can actually see a difference in my dogs coat and eyes when she is on it.

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Boomer gets Blue Buffalo Wilderness.

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We feed Cooper "Call of the Wild", out of all the dog foods we've tried this is the only one that hasn't given him loose stools

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Phillip eats the Kirkland (costco) signature lamb and rice kibble. We used to feed him Nutro, but this is much less expensive and our vet said it's equivalent. He's very healthy with nice poops!

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1/7/12 1:39 P

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I feed my dogs. Purina One with lamb or with chicken.

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1/7/12 11:43 A

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Blue Buffalo

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12/30/11 10:21 P

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my Balto eats mostly raw, anything from chicken to beef. He gets raw elk bones during hunting season. I also get Nature's Variety raw frozen patties. He also gets kibble to snack on when ever he wants to; Taste of the Wild, Instinct, Orijen...etc. Basically, he eats better than I do... LOL! I need to take a tip from him on eating healthy!

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Castor and Pullox Puppy, first ingredient chicken. It is expensive, but I have never had any problems with my Pitt Bull ever. She is quite healthy. I am getting ready to switch her over to the adult food.

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purina one large breed puppy food

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Hi Turrrrrra,
I give Chuey 1/2 an adult Benadryl daily. Today will be 3 weeks that I put him back on it. My vet is aware of this as he knows that I don't want to give him the steroids that he would put him on. Some day are better that others. Maybe I should add 1/2 in the morning. I will check with my vet and make sure this is ok. He takes his pills ok so it wouldn't be a problem. Sorry for the delay and thanks for the suggestions.

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12/13/11 2:38 P

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right now I still have a puppy so I feed him Iams puppy food....although he'll be 1 soon I'll still feed him Iams though

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10/22/11 7:41 A

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I would think so, chicken bones are considered beginner's bones because their pretty easy to break. I just use a really shap knife and cut the bone in smaller pieces, but I only used it on legs.



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10/21/11 5:30 P

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What I have is an old hand grinder that my parents had (at least I think I still have it). I don't know how well I would do chopping by hand. Do you think a metal meat mallot would work on chicken backs?



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10/21/11 10:46 A

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FANCYQTR yeah, my dog does the same thing! He removes it from his feeding stand and then just stares at it. Sometimes he tries to bury it. He just isn't used to have to work for his dinner. :) Usually he'll eat it once I chop the meat up. Same problem with a piece of heart, he won't eat it unless the pieces are small.

I don't have a grinder for the bones, I chop them by hand.

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10/20/11 9:39 P

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RHEUVEL, some of them are like that when you start raw. One of my dogs put the chicken wing down and just looked at me the first time. I am not feeding those now because I don't know if the boys can handle grinding the bones anymore, but if I can get to the meat grinder and it will grind something like chicken backs, they might get them ground up with some other chicken.



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I'm a raw feeder, since this year. I believe it's the most natural thing to do. I must say that my dog loves it and while I was a bit worried when he got in his shedding period this year (he lost SO much hair), he came out all fluffy and deep black so I'm all happy again.

So far he only eats grain free pre-made mixes. I tried to feed him the NRF (natural raw food) way, but he isn't used to eating bones so I gave up on that. Not because I'm scared but simply because he doesn't like them. :)

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10/19/11 10:52 P

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They had the Healthy Edibles at Walmart when they first came out, but I wanted to get some recently and no place around here seems to have them. Someone wrote they have them at PetsMart, but not the ones around here.



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10/19/11 4:18 P

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My dog gets chicken soup for the dog lovers soul, plus whatever veggies we're having that night, she gets a few pieces of raw steak or a piece of raw chicken liver, some oil for her coat, i rotate with yogurt and an egg too. spoiled :)

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I feed grain free Taste Of The Wild. My Maltipoos have allergy issues. A lot of feet licking leads to rust stain on the feet. Yeast problems that can be cleared up by putting a little vinegar in the water bowl. My little girl is allergic to crab grass. Her eyes get red and puffy. I give her half of a Claritin tab which was cleared by the vet to use. Lorraine

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10/18/11 9:18 P

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I'll definitely look into the Healthy Edibles next time I go to the pet store! Those sound great :) my dogs have mostly been munching on baby carrots as snacks, but they love chews that keep them busy too, and I definitely want to make sure to buying good ones!

I always hear great things about Blue Buffalo. We just would have to stay far away from the turkey one... one of my dogs can not tolerate turkey in any form! No allergic reaction... just very bad tummy troubles, and we learned the hard way!

CHUEYSMOM - I give my dogs Benadryl for seasonal allergies as well. I can definitely notice that sometimes they are doing fine and other days they are itching and sneezing so much, so it isn't an everyday thing (or else I would think it would be the food. Plus, we had already tried different food without the common troublesome ingredients for over a year without any luck.) How often are you giving him the Benadryl? For humans, it only lasts 4-6 hours, so I wonder if it's similar for dogs and needs to be given that often for best results. I know some people who give their dogs Benadryl every day, but only once per day... so I'm not sure how well this works. Did your vet recommend a certain amount and frequency?

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Royal Caine for chihuahua's. Any bad info about that food. He has been on that food for over 2 years now. last year and this he he has had bad allergies. Vet said seasonal allergies. Poor little guy. I have him on benadryl but just started it last week. Not sure it is working at this point. But they say it takes some time to get into the system. ???

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Hi everyone! I feed my dog Blue Buffalo Puppy: chicken and brown rice. He loves it and we get a lot of comments on how shiny and soft his coat is :)

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Blue Buffello Basics - Turkey and Potato. I think our younger dog has a sensitivity, or allergy, to Chicken. He was losing hair around his left eye, and always licking or chewing his back feet. Since switching I think the hair loss has stopped and no more constant licking and chewing :D

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10/13/11 2:39 A

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Most major pet stores carry the Healthy Edibles, such as Petsmart, Petco, or Pet Supplies Plus. They have all different flavors. My dogs LOVE them :)

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TA2DVIXEN, thank you for sharing the type of food you recommend! I will have to look into this and see if it's a possibility for my dogs. Yikes.. that is very sad and scary about the rawhide. Where do you purchase the Healthy Edibles?

My dogs absolutely love to snack on fresh veggies! I'm glad they enjoy them. It's kind of fun to be able to munch on some baby carrots and be able to share with the dogs.

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Tips from a long-time dog groomer :)
If your dog is itching or chewing or licking it's feet and/or legs, it's usually an allergy. Dogs can be allergic to grass, leaves, fleas, weeds, trees, foods, treats, and the list goes on and on... It's really hard to pinpoint the cause because we can't give Fido a traditional human allergy prick test :) He certainly wouldn't be too happy with us if we did either. LOL. Many dogs get flare ups when the seasonal changes occur. We can even dry out their skin by turning on the furnace for the first chilly night. Smaller dogs that love to lay next to heat vents are more likely to have dry (dandruffy) skin. Flea allergies are the most terrrible. Your pooch does not even have to have them living on him. He can be on the most expensive flea prevention and still have an issue. All it takes is one bite from a single flea while Fido is out "doin his business" to create a full on itching frenzy.
When it comes to food, I feed only 4health dog food. I buy it at Tractor Supply Co. It is comparable to Taste of the Wild (best food available), but half the price. No corn, no soy, no wheat. For those of you who feed Eukanuba, turn the bag over and read the ingredients. It is not that good of a food and has corn and byproducts...I know this because I worked at a large chain store for 7 years and we were made to push pricey foods that were not necessarily even that good. If you read the ingredients on any bag of food, and it states that it contains the following: corn, cornmeal, meat BYPRODUCT of any kind, it is not a good food. Iams and Science Diet are absolutely horrible foods, but the price tag makes you feel like you're buying a good food. Also, if your vet or breeder recommends either food, it is because they get perks from those companies for doing so. Bottom line is that the very 1st ingredient listed should always be meat. If it's corn, it's crap :) I'm sorry, this is probably a lot to take in. LOL
It is amazing what you learn over the years in the industry I am in. I also do not feed my dogs ANY form of rawhide. My friend has been a dog food rep undercover for many companies. She is actually writing a book about it. There is ARSENIC in rawhide. BEWARE!!! There are flavored completely digestable bones called Healthy Edibles. These are great and my dogs love them. Try to stick with natural organic treats that contain no dyes. I hope this helps a little :)

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10/10/11 8:33 A

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Nutro is what he enjoys the most, but then again he is not picky. He will visit his neighbor friends and eat their food without blinking an eye (and vice versa). He gets a treat twice a day with his antipsychotic medications (yes you read that correctly). So for speacial treats he gets carrots, tomatos and apples. He loves it when I garden!!

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Unfortunately it seems that my dogs just suffer from seasonal allergies, just like me and my husband, and it doesn't seem to be the food. I basically tried an elimination diet to see if they did better on other foods for a while and didn't notice any difference over time. Mold is high here right now and while my husband and I were having more allergy symptoms, we noticed the dogs were sneezing more and itching more. I use Benadryl when their allergies are acting up. I'd definitely be interested in trying some new dog shampoos/wipes/products that would help with allergies too. Luckily it isn't constant and just varies.

I definitely think an elimination diet (i.e. trying food with no corn) for a while can help identify food allergies and help determine what works best. I've also noticed that certain foods made my dogs gassy, which wasn't pleasant for us and I'm sure not comfortable for them too. They seemed this way on some of the more organic foods and it didn't get better over time!

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Nutro the one that is all organic. My dog is a bit of a princess. I do notice since Molly has been on this her hair is actually fluffy and softer! I use to feed her rachel rays she love it actually!

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All of my dogs eat Taste of the Wild High Prairie Canine Formula. Occasionally, I'll mix in some Wellness or Merrick wet food as a special treat. If my pups have stomach troubles, I'll add some organic canned pumpkin to the mix and that seems to do the trick.

I always check here before feeding my dogs something: http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com/ All I can say is that they eat better than I do.

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We used to feed him Nutro, but switched to Kirkland (costco) lamb and rice formula because it's about 1/2 the price and has the same ingredients. He's doing well on it.

We sometimes stir a little brown rice into his bowl as a treat (he loves it!). He gets greenies & Trader Joe's freeze dried liver for special treats.

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I am feeding Blue Natures Variety frozen raw medallions now. He can eat that or ground meet, but can't swallow dry food or eat canned very well because of his muscle myositis. When I talked to the vet he said he was glad I was feeding him the raw, which actually surprised me because he is not a holistic vet. The clinic he works at has always recommended Science Diet and Iams, though I think they are recommending Pro Plan products now.



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Nutro Venison and Potato, it is grainfree and help their skin and coat

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Only ProPlan and for treats - either pigs ears or pig snouts.
Here is some info on Dog Treats:

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Tip is on a diet of Wellness brand all natural dry food to which I add 1Tbsp of plain non-fat yogurt, 1.5 pieces of prune (cut up small), some grated carrot, and about 1 tsp. of ground flax.
He licks his bowl clean!
Even the cat, Peanut likes a spoonful of yogurt with her dry cat food; she also gets some ground flax.
No problems with #2 at our house!! LOL.

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Yeah, I don't like to give them rawhide, but being he is a terrier/poodle mix, can you imagine the amount of energy in a 15 pound package! A bone goes a long way toward sanity in my house. Not sure what I'm going to do!

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Good to hear that you have found out the probable cause of the problem!

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I think I figured it out. I think he is allergic to rawhide!!!! I haven't given him any for 3 days now and he is not itching, not taking Benedryl and driving me crazy because he wants something to do!!!! Who would have thought? He's been chewing rawhide for 2 years and just this past summer became allergic. Weird....

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My Shih-Tzu is on Eukanuba Small Breed or Puppy dry food mixed in with Eukanuba puppy wet food and All Natural puppy wet food as well. That's the combination they were giving her when we purchased her so we just kept going with that. She didn't have teeth hence the wet food, but she's got them now so I should start to wean her off the wet food!!!

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We feed ours Solid Gold Hund-n-flocken dog food. One of ours gets pretty gassy when we switch to anything else. They love it and it's all natural. It's really expensive, but we think it's worth the money for them to be healthy and happy.

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My dog is on Blue Buffalo also (small breed formula) but once this bag gets a little lower I am going to be switching him to grain free...Most likely Instinct.

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Sometimes I will add pumpkin or green beans to their dry food.

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Ari is fed either Evo Red Meat Formula (no grains) or California Natural Lamb Allergy Formula (no grains). She suffers from a boatload of environmental allergies and a recently discovered grain allergy. Cutting out the grains, her ears have cleared up and her skin is MUCH better. When her other allergies flare up, we go the benedryl route to help with the itchies.

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Baileysmom4 - just curious how long did you take to introduce your dog to the Blue Buffalo?? You really need to take 10+ days to introduce a new food, you want to gradually do it, so that their systems are able to adjust to the new food (especially if its a better quality food).

We typically introduce with 100% old food (their regular food) + a few pieces of the new food for a couple of days; then gradually reduce their regular food until they are on the new food 100%.

When we switched to Blue Buffalo, I had to do it a bit quicker with Phoenix, because his old food (Iams Weight Control) is extremely hard to come by, because of the Iams/Eukanuba recall. I was able to switch him over in about 8 days (before we ran out of the Iams).

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BAILEYSMOM4, I'd be curious to know what it was too! I have always heard great things about Blue Buffalo, and I know it isn't cheap. We've had great luck with the Nature's Recipe food. We haven't tried the grain free, as my dogs went on the easy to digest formula prior to the grain free one coming out. I'd be willing to switch them over and give it a try. They are on the fish and potato variety, and I have noticed that it makes their breath a bit more fishy (and they love to come give me big, unexpected kisses right after they eat!). My dogs have been doing great with their allergies and don't itch more than just the usual. Unfortunately my allergies are not great, but I'd rather it be me than the dogs so I can take allergy pills every day. I'd rather it be me than them, since it's much easier to know what works for myself!


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I'm still having issues with Bailey itching. I've been trying different foods - grain free, etc. I just bought the Blue Buffalo basics and he had such an itching fit I thought he was going to chew his feet off! He's been off is only a day and there is already a huge difference! I had him on Nature's Recipe grain free and he was doing well on that but they were out at the pet store so i thought I'd try the Blue Buffalo. I'm trying to figure out what's in it that would have caused that. It was turkey and potato flavor.

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yep. we use pedigree for both our beagles.

certain foods do make them itch more when that happens we change it .

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Yeah the Blue Buffalo treats, I found were hard to break into smaller pieces, so they would get 1 whole treat for a special treat, or for a new training treat, if they did something exceptional!

We also bought a fish cookies, that has blueberries, and other fruit - these are small pellets, so they are great for training treats. Again more expensive, but I think worth it in the end.

With the Iams /Eukanuba my parents have been feeding it for 30 years, its worked fabulously for our dogs. We have breeding/show dogs, their coats are healthy, they have substance/bone; we haven't had any whelping issues.

We wanted to upgrade their food, since its not the best anymore (it used to be the best on the market when they first started). But cost is a huge issue. However we were sort of forced into the switch because Phoenix food is hard to find right now because of the recall. They still have the Iams "Weight control" however its not for large breed dogs, which means the kibble is smaller (and he would inhale it which made me worry about bloat).

I was terrified about the Blue Buffalo kibble, because its tiny - however Phoenix seems to actually chew this food (which is odd since other smaller kibble foods he wouldn't chew just inhale).

He has to be on a lower calorie food, because he has joint issues, and I need to keep the weight off - which is really hard to do for him. He also isn't as active as he used to be. He seems to like the Blue Buffalo, so its nice to see. He even doesn't mind it with the supplements we add to it.

Other then Phoenix joint issues, or flukey whelping issues, we really haven't had much expense at our vets - except for older dogs who are getting arthritic treatment. However we have lost a number of the old guys to cancer, was it related to the crappy dog food? Or just a coincidence?

We figure if for Arwen/Brinx we are doing the 50/50 split with Blue and their Iams, that we have to be a little better, because they are only get 1/2 the food with all the additives and preservatives.

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The treats I bought were around $8 as well, so I guess that is typical for a healthier, natural treat! Since my dogs are smaller, they don't need a large treat, so larger ones can be broken down into smaller pieces. They still love their carrots the most! My dad was in town visiting and thought it was hillarious to watch them eat the veggies since they act like it's the best thing ever.

Since my dogs are still pretty young (well- I guess one is almost "middle aged") they don't have many health issues, so they seemed to do fine on inexpensive Purina food in the past. Even though they did fine, I think it's still much better that I upgraded their food, for the long run.

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We have used some of the Blue Buffalo treats, but they are about $8 a bag, mind you the cookies are HUGE. So they get them as "high rewards", for something really well done, or on a special occasion.

I really like the Blue Buffalo food, there is a lot of good ingredients, and our guys seem to be doing well on it, though they haven't been on it for too long. We took about 10 days to switch them onto it (mostly Phoenix since he is getting a fully feeding of it), so Phoenix has only been fully on the food for about a week-week and a half.

Brinx on the other hand who is a picky eater, is generally now the first one done his "breakfast", which is nice to see. Something else I liked about it, is the fact that we could use different varieties of the food if they start getting board. Just have to really watch because of the protein content, you don't want any food that is over 22% protein, as its not good for the dogs.

I really like the Iams puppy cookies - they are so easy to break, which is awesome for training treats!

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DODDSM, I was going to buy the Blue Buffalo brand as well, and lucked out that Nature's Recipe had a very similar easy to digest formula for less. The smallest bag is around $12, which is very reasonable. We usually get the medium bag (not sure what lb. pound it is) for $24 or so. I believe the big bag is around $36.

Since my dogs have been on the catfish and potato food, I saw they have a new grain free version of the easy to digest line from Natures Recipe that I'd like to try sometime. I bet Blue has some like this too.. I know Blue is a very good brand! It can be pretty expensive though. Have you ever tried the treats? I'm always looking for good natural treats for my pups. Usually they eat fresh veggies or fruit. They LOVE baby carrots, apple, and romaine leaves. I've bought some Natures Recipe crunchy dental treats and recently tried some all natural treats that were a piece of sweet potato wrapped in chicken. Unfortunately it didn't settle well with one of my dogs! They love chews of any sort, so I'd definitely be interested in finding a long-lasting option for them that they can chew on, yet be good for them.

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We've now just been making the switch to Blue Buffalo.

Because of the recent Iams/Eukanuba food recall, they shut down 2 of their manufacturing plants, which means that they will not be producing all their foods. Phoenix food is considered "specialty" which the manager figured he wouldn't be seeing anymore of until Nov.

Phoenix is now getting 100% Blue Buffalo healthy weight for large breed dogs; and Arwen and Brinx are getting 1/2 Iams Chunks and 1/2 Blue Buffalo - just too expensive to feed them all 100% Blue.

Phoenix old food was about $54 for a 30lb where the Blue is $67 for a 30lb bag.... Iams chunks is $46 for 48lb bag where their Blue is $67 for a 30lb, so its just not economical to feed them all 100% the better food.



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My dogs are on Nature's Recipe - Fish and Potato from the easy to digest formula. It sounds kind of gross, but the dogs LOVE it! They used to be on Purina Dog Chow, just an ordinary food you can buy anywhere. We get the Nature's Recipe kind at Petsmart.

One of my dogs had possible allergies with extreme ear itching and chewing his paws. The vet kept insisting he needed steroids for his allergies (which made him depressed- and we would cut the pills in half and give him one every other day only to minimize the side effects)- the vet was wrong! It was yeast in his ears and he just needed some prescription ear drops to clear up the infection. We noticed such a difference in only a day or two! The paw biting was due to his anxiety after having his nails trimmed. This happens occasionally since he hates having his nails trimmed. It stops eventually.

Even though the vet recommended we change the food and do this and that, and then we found out it wasn't really allergies, we still kept them on the food since they seem to really enjoy it. It's definitely better ingredient-wise than the old stuff. Unfortunately the fish part isn't the best for the breath though, so I'd try another protein source! The easy to digest kind only has Fish and Potato or Chicken and Rice, and one dog is sensitive to chicken and turkey, so we can't use that one. I've heard great things about lamb and rice formulas.

I still think my dogs have occasional allergies from things outside. We might start keeping my pomeranian shaved because he often brings in leaves and grass stuck to his fur! He LOVES to roll in the grass in our new yard! They're still in that exploring phase at a new home and love to sniff around the backyard.

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Our Cockerspaniel is a very allergic boy, so he gets grain free dry food (called Before-Grain) and grain free canned food mixed in. The other boys don't have problems so they get a canned and dry mix of regular food.


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Nutro Lamb & Rice for Large Breeds, with an added shot of salmon oil, twice/day. It's just right for her! She does well, her GI is totally healthy, and her coat is fabulous without being too harsh or too oily.

Having said that, my older dog (with Cushings Disease) did better with the old ProPlan formula - I understand it's changed over the last few years though.
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I've been feeding raw to my dogs for about 10 years. And I wouldn't go back. The dogs love it and they look much healthier. I'm very lucky to live somewhere where there are lots of options for feeding raw too (which is much more convenient when you work full time). So I haven't had to buy my own grinder and/or make special arrangements with my butcher.

I like that you know for sure what they're eating. And a raw bone out in the yard is a great way to entertain them for a day if you're out (as well as a meal!). I think it's healthier for them. Though I understand it's not for everyone.

We're just in the process of changing our cat over too. So far, she is not only enjoying her meals more but the litter box is not smelling as bad. Big bonus!



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Nutro Ultra. The difference it has made in my dogs is amazing!

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Nash is scratching again so I've put him back on Benadryl and fish oil. It's not rained here in over a month so the pollen is just hanging in the air.

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Our youngest gets the itchy feet and thinning hair in the summer since she was a tiny puppy. At first our vet was sure it was an allergy to her food but after an entire year of switching foods nothing took effect. Finally after trying many different things we realized she has allergies to the little no-see-um type bugs. Now when her allergies act up she takes children's Benadryl and it keeps the itchy in check. Sadly, according to our vet, she'll probably have this for the rest of her life. We did change her food to EVO Herring & Salmon because the vet said the fish based foods and low carbs will help her have a nice and healthy coat which may alleviate some of her allergies to the environment. Good luck, I know it can be very frustrating

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Brownie gets allergies every year. It seems to go along with mine. When mine are really bad, that's when he reacts with licking paws, scratching even rubbing his nose. I also runs too.He will chew spots on himself too.
Also, one flea bite can really cause a dog to itch all over if they are allergic,Brownie is!
Talk to a vet, I have to get special meds to help with the itch when he gets sores. Benadryl does work, but if it is really bad, you need steroids and stronger meds to get it under control first.

I will take each day as it comes.
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We feed no grain food. Our old guy has issues with corn and wheat - not allergies, but let's just there would be times we'd have to vacate a room thanks to him.

We always feed high quality stuff - it costs more, but for us it's worth it. We never stick to a single brand or flavor - we've heard it helps avoid allergies. We trade around between EaglePack, and it's numerous flavors, Evo, Orijin and Taste of the Wild. We might throw in something else now and then, just for fun. After a few shifts, we don't worry about mixing foods, and none of them are having issues with the rapid switching.

right now our Newfie girl is having what the vet thinks are BAD allergies to something, so we are completely no-grain - everyone is getting fruits and veggies for treats, LOL. We are also sticking with fish based foods - our vet feels those have the lowest incidence of reaction in most animals. We will slowly start adding things back, and see if we can tell what she's reacting to.

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It is better on their stomach if you introduce the new food slowly. ie: if you feed 1 cup of dry, give 1/4 cup of the new food along with the old food, for a few days. Then give 1/2 of the new along with the old for a few days.

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I'm going to try an organic allergy-free food after he runs out of his usual Caesar's. Can't bear him tearing his flank open.Poor Toffee!

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Our vets are wonderful about answering questions for us, even if it's just over the phone, so we don't tend to change anything in the dogs' diet without at least consulting the vets first.

When we thought we might have a food issue, their suggestion was to try feeding a typical 'upset tummy' bland diet for at least 2 or 3 days. If things improve, then the problem is most likely food related, if not then we look at other potential sources .

Stress can certainly cause this type of behaviour not just dietary or environmental allergies.

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Hickok- where do you buy the food?

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One of my dogs was scratching his belly, licking his feet, and had oozing bumps under his chin. The vet suspected it was a ragweed allergy, as ragweed pollen is extremely high right now. He was such a mess the vet gave him antibiotics and steroids. He's fine now.


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It could be food allergies, but could also be outdoor allergies. My Hound has both. I switched him over to Natural Balance Dry allergy formula. It is a bit pricey, but he has done well with it.
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Also a lot of dogs are allergic to

Beef
* Dairy products
* Chicken
* Lamb
* Wheat
* Eggs
* Corn
* Soy
* Whey
so check what is in the dry food you give your dogs. I buy treats that are wheat, corn, and soy free. Those are the biggest culprits for many dogs. You can give your dog Benedryl, and see how he does. Ask your vet for the dosage, or you can follow this.

1mg for each pound the dog weighs.
They come in 25 mg tablets so you will more than probably have to cut the tablets accordingly.

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what about when a dog turns around and bites himself in the flank so badly he rips up hair, mats the rest, and causes a giant bloody wound? my shih-tzu is doing that lately.

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Obsessive licking is common with food allergies, although once it starts it's sometimes hard to stop regardless. My Tally can't eat chicken, comes out both ends in all the wrong ways. I feed her Pinnacle. Not cheap, but her health is worth it. And vets aren't cheat either.

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caesar's dog food--these plastic 'cans' are only 72 cents at Walmart. Toffee likes them.
He also eats Royal Canin Shih-tzu food.

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One of my crew gets pine tar between her pads and chews her feet to try to get it out. Ditto pine needles.

It could be a contact thing with something in your yard. Or with a carpet cleaner.

It could also be plain old fleas or mites. Have your vet take a peek.

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We don't have food allergies.

However it could be a specific type of food...For example when Brinx came to our house he was on Egalpak, and was doing poorly on it; his coat sucked; he was a picky eater; he was under weight; etc. We changed his food over to what we normally feed, and it was a like a different dog!

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My dog has been chewing on his feet and scratching like mad. I can't decide if its his food or allergy season. I had another dog that I fed super natural dog food and was hoping I didn't have to do that again (hard to find in town) but I think I might need to. Anyone have any luck changing food to decrease itching?

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