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Post by b_phippsy on Fri Jun 12 2015, 08:10

Harley on adult wainwrights grain free but doesnt have any know intolerance to grain were just trying him on it just in case. So my question is will it harm him being on grain free even though he doesnt have any problems?
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Post by LizP on Fri Jun 12 2015, 08:16

You shouldn't have any problems. Grain isn't an integral part of a dog's diet - those of us who feed raw often don't give any grain. My dogs get a tiny bit in treats but that's it. So don't worry, Harley should be fine.


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Post by Inez Maria on Fri Jun 12 2015, 21:12

Shouldnt hurt at all, I feed Vin grain free also Big Grin


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Post by Mia05 on Fri Jun 12 2015, 21:18

Yes that should be fine

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Post by b_phippsy on Fri Jun 12 2015, 21:19

Thanks guys Smile
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Post by Bane on Fri Jun 12 2015, 21:26

We feed raw too so he only gets a bit of grain in the treats and he is fine Smile Shouldn't be a problem!
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Post by Aidanh1973 on Mon Jun 15 2015, 22:03

Baxters on wainwrights grain free and is doing well on it, it's definitely helped with his wind
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