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01-19-2013 08:35 PM
gsdlover91
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I've just purchased my 2nd bag of the grain free, fish formula NutriLife, they are doing really well on it.
Weird thing is he's gone to the bathroom a few times inside since switching this time??? And not loose poops either.
He NEVER does his business inside, must be adjusting...
Stinky poo-poo's.
^..^
Haha thats wierd! Glad yours are doing well on that too, I really am happy with it, except for the fact I can only find one place around me that sells it! But I buy the #40 bag, so it last awhile..
01-19-2013 08:19 PM
LissG natures variety freeze dried raw food
01-19-2013 01:33 PM
Packen
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Originally Posted by CastleFoote View Post
What have you and your GSDs had luck with?
THANK you!
K & E
'Woof'
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01-19-2013 01:28 PM
marksteven Blue Buffalo Basic's Limited ingred. Fish and potato recipe has worked for me.
01-19-2013 01:14 PM
Mary Beth It is possible he could still be adjusting. It depends how long he has been on the new food and if the problem is still continuing. Though to break housetraining - to me that does show that the food isn't agreeing with him - too rich - too much bulk - so he has to go more often. If I were you and he is still having accidents inside - I would take him off the food. If the raw diet agreed with him, I would keep him on that and try the dehydrated raw food that Wyoming Grandma recommended for travel. The switching back and forth between raw and kibble, I think that could cause digestive problems. If raw isn't working out for you, then stick to a kibble. For this kibble, it could be the fish or even the type of fish, or another ingredient. A lamb grain free kibble may work out better, there are several - I can recommend Solid Gold Hund & Flocken. Though your dog might do well on the Solid Gold Wolfking - that has salmon and bison.
01-18-2013 10:24 PM
CastleFoote
Need advice on dry kibble...

Thanks for all the advice, everyone. Have a great weekend.


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01-18-2013 10:23 PM
CastleFoote
Need advice on dry kibble...

I've just purchased my 2nd bag of the grain free, fish formula NutriLife, they are doing really well on it.
Weird thing is he's gone to the bathroom a few times inside since switching this time??? And not loose poops either.
He NEVER does his business inside, must be adjusting...
Stinky poo-poo's.
^..^


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01-09-2013 09:47 PM
gsdlover91 Notice your from Wisconsin! Im in IL, and feed my dog a food based out of Wisconsin, NutriLife Gold (the grain free fish formula). Berlin hasnt tolerated many other foods well, but this one is working marvelously so far!
01-09-2013 09:18 PM
Stevenzachsmom My GSD had food allergies and digestive upsets too. I finally found that she did best on grain-free fish based kibble. Orijen was a little too rich for her, but we did Acana, Wellness, TOTW - only the fish based varieties.
01-09-2013 09:10 PM
Mary Beth For a dry kibble, Solid Gold Barking At the Moon - no grains, gluten free. My Sting loves it and does well on it.
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