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Post by Lilcody on Tue Nov 15 2016, 18:44

Heya guys so had a Allergy test done of cody and its come back saying hes allergic to soya , wheat ,corn ,rice and potato whats the best food to feed he has been on raw but the supplier we usally get his food acculty puts wheat germ oil in there food so have no idea what food to feed him any idea ? xx
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Post by Dukes Momma on Tue Nov 15 2016, 19:21

Eden dry kibble has none of those ingredients.
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Post by LizP on Tue Nov 15 2016, 20:06

Some of Millie's Wolfheart's mixes are also free of all of them too.

If you want to stay with raw, give Landywoods a ring. I don't think they add anything to their minces and they've also got a good range of products, including treats.


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Post by lexii on Wed Nov 16 2016, 19:39

Do you have any local butchers who prepare their own meats? Ive gotten boxes of raw stuff for the dogs before..literally too much to eat i had to throw some away cause it was not going to fit in the freezer- and free! Necks, guts, bad cuts etc.
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Post by Mistys Mum on Wed Nov 16 2016, 21:52

Nature's menu does their Country Hunter grain free etc tins which we feed Misty.


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Post by gillybrent on Fri Nov 18 2016, 11:17

try putting together your own raw meals. 80% meat, 10% bone, 10% offal (with at least half the offal being liver). once you're used to doing it, it becomes easy to prepare. what many people do is, when they get a meat/bones delivery, they divide it into meals & then freeze the individual meal packets.

i don't really like the ready mixed raw minces because a) dogs like to crunch the bones & tear proper meat pieces & b) you can't 'tweak' the percentages of, say, bone content - some dogs get constipated on too much bone & you may need to reduce the percentage of that & increase the percentages of the meat/offal.

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Post by Mia05 on Sat Nov 19 2016, 12:13

id also suggest natures menu or raw feeding as well

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