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Old November 15th, 2011, 11:06 AM
3iggys 3iggys is offline
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Originally Posted by Longblades View Post
What about the Pedigree did not work for your dog? Was he unable to maintain a proper weight? Have loose stool or constipation? Poor coat? No energy? Smell bad? Itch? If none of those apply then, if it was me, I'd try to keep the protein, carb, fat and k/cal per cup about the same in whatever new food you try.

I looked up two Pedigree foods, don't know which one you use, but, while I am happy with corn in my dog's diet, I don't like to see it at the top of the ingredient list as it was in the two Pedigree. Wow, too long a sentence.

I now rotate foods. I am happy with my chicken and corn main food but like to switch around a bit and when I researched my goal was to keep the levels mentionned above as close as I could, since what I had worked. Hope that helps a bit?
I have 3 Italian Greyhounds between 4 and 8 years old. In my experience corn is the worst ingredient in any kibble and has been proven to cause severe allergies and seizures. When looking for a good healthy kibble the first 4 ingredients on the label are the ingredients in the most measure. Corn is most always listed in the first 4. I have fed my guys a kibble known as Actrium Holistic and add a homemade raw burger combo that can be frozen and then thawed. I also add fruit/vegie mixture that I prepare and freeze. My boys have not had any problems with their stools (have been consistant for the last 3 years) and can't remember when their stomachs have been upset. My kibble has 400kcal/cup which is more than enough for a greyhound.

Just my 2 bits but I would suggest you keep away from the corn.

Linda & her boys in Alberta
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