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Old 07-07-2014, 09:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys just wondering if anyone know a good high quality dog food that is chicken free ? I have seen a few but if anyone have real experience with this cause i starting to believe my dog is allergic to chicken.
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Fromm and Wellness both have multiple recipes that are completely chicken free
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I was looking at ultramix . Ok thanks guys . The only problem is Ace not even 4 months yet so food switching is a bit tricky.
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A while back I was looking for a food that was completely free of any chicken, chicken meal, broth, etc. I think Fromm has three to choose from but I was looking for a fish based food and they didn't have that. Went with Infinia/salmon and Sweet Potatoe rotated with the bison. It had pretty good reviews and a decent rating on dog food advisor.
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There are lots of brands that have "fish" formulas that tend to not have chicken in them.


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There are lots of brands that have "fish" formulas that tend to not have chicken in them.


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I found two that I could get locally on a regular basis that had good ratings and no problems with recalls.
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Thank you so much for the help guys. I found 2 Fromm flavor w/o chicken
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Nature's Logic - Beef and Lamb
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Nature's Logic - Beef and Lamb
awesome !! they have many varieties !!.. altho the calcium level is high yikes 2.2%
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