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07-09-2014 08:07 AM
Athena'sMom Blue Buffalo's Basic Line is Chicken free!
07-08-2014 10:48 PM
Pioneer53 That makes sense, thanks.

Yes, we stopped using round-up too, minimal insecticides. Got him as a young adult, so no idea what he might have been exposed to that first year... Nasty, nasty cancer, yes, way too many...
07-08-2014 10:34 PM
NancyJ Pioneer, I used it with Beau for about a year and a half, but the vet was a bit concerned about protein levels, and before that my other dog had calcium crystals in his urine, so I moved Beau to a lower protein food...That, and because I wanted to throw in some variety....I figure all their formulas are basically the same with different primary meats.

It is still in the rotation, though. ............................I like the sources they use.......

I have not used Roundup for 7 years now and really believe that and the flea and tick meds may play a role but that is conjecture ........ Sure hope this fellow lives on .......I know the sire line is long-lived and his maternal grandmother and a great uncle just hit 13 and are doing well. We are loosing way too many dogs to hemangio, though.
07-08-2014 10:06 PM
Pioneer53 Hi Jocoyn, we have used it with two pups now and their current baseline bloodwork has been good, just a footnote.

P.S. See you lost 3 dogs to hemangiosarcoma, so very sorry! We lost a 5 yr old male to it too.
07-08-2014 10:02 PM
Pioneer53 They are good at answering emails, so you could check with them. Very meat based, so that may account for the calcium levels...

Been feeding it for maybe a year and a half now as supplemental (we do mainly raw), dogs do great on it.
07-08-2014 10:02 PM
NancyJ I have fed Nature's Logic and do feed in current rotation and think it is a great food but I would stay away for a puppy. I know he says its all good but that is too much calcium for my liking.

My dog who was allergic to chicken (elimination diet test) could eat chicken fat.
07-08-2014 09:30 PM
Originally Posted by Pioneer53 View Post
Nature's Logic - Beef and Lamb
awesome !! they have many varieties !!.. altho the calcium level is high yikes 2.2%
07-08-2014 09:05 PM
Pioneer53 Nature's Logic - Beef and Lamb
07-07-2014 10:53 PM
Ace GSD Thank you so much for the help guys. I found 2 Fromm flavor w/o chicken
07-07-2014 10:07 PM
Originally Posted by lauren43 View Post
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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