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Post by Lady Bella rose on Sat Mar 26 2016, 17:18

Anyone feeding this and what are thoughts on it.

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Post by Reggiethestaffie on Mon May 02 2016, 13:07

I've been feeding for a few months. Actually on here looking for suggestions for alternatives. Although his weight is good and stools have been ok he is eating less and less, like he is completely bored of it. His coat is ok but not looking great and he's now got a bit of dry skin on his ears, could be unrelated but these things are often cured from the inside.

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Post by Mia05 on Mon May 02 2016, 13:10

never heard of it tbh Smile
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Post by stokes on Wed May 04 2016, 08:46

Sometimes dogs can get allergies from certain foods. They could be something in the ingredients that don't suit him. As for been bored with it my lad was the same. The first lot of different foods we tried gave him diarrhoea because of food colourings, then we put him on royal canine he loved it a first and going to toilet normal. Then he started to slow down eating it like he was bored so I started to buy the small little square tins of dog food and give him 1/4 of it mashed in and he finishes it now, no waste. For the dry skin which could be food related add some cod liver oil or coconut oil every now again to food it's great for their skin and coats. Hope this helps in some way.
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Post by stokes on Wed May 04 2016, 08:54

Oh yeah I heard of Gain it's a good Irish brand of food. It's not just dog food they make, but also food stuff for farm animals as well. A good reliable brand.
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Post by gillybrent on Thu May 05 2016, 12:02

All their normal range have a first named ingredient of cereals, so I wouldn't say it's a good food.

Their 'elite' range is a little better, but all seem to be chicken based (a common intolerance in dogs) and quite a bit if maize.

I didn't check prices so I can't say how they compare with that.

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