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|03-21-2014 07:36 PM|
|RubyTuesday||Personally, I'd seek a 2nd medical opinion on this before doing it. The understanding of what are appropriate protein levels has changed greatly in the last couple of decades.|
|03-21-2014 08:24 AM|
This is a search for low protein dog foods on Dog Food Advisor
Low Protein Dog Foods
It is a controversial topic with which I have no experience. May want to check with Carmen (user name carmspack) on this topic. I believe she has given helpful info to a lot of folks with dropped pasterns which I think is related to the overall issue.
|03-21-2014 07:03 AM|
|K9POPPY||That's a question that you will probably get endless opinions on what is best here- if you are interested in how dog foods are rated, check out dogfoodadvisor.com.|
|03-21-2014 12:30 AM|
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|03-20-2014 11:53 PM|
|Doc||Flint River Ranch Trout and Potato. Added bonus: Never had a recall.|
|03-20-2014 11:34 PM|
|SunCzarina||Vets don't get a lot of training in nutrition. More hours with sales reps trying to sell them food for the office. Think about how many bags of SD you see at the vets vs brands like Blue or Taste of the Wild or what I feed, Fromm.|
|03-20-2014 11:28 PM|
Can't say I agree with that advice.
At a minimum 25% for a young puppy and perhaps' 28% protein. Might consider a second opinion ?
My dog is growing so fast the measuring tape is even surprised, it's running out of number's.
Some of these vet's are a few sandwich's shy of a nice picnic basket...
|03-20-2014 11:03 PM|
|03-20-2014 11:02 PM|
|03-20-2014 10:33 PM|
Good brands of food?
We took Rosco to the vet and he advised dog food which has 20% or less protein in it. So do any of you guys know of a good healthy brand like that?