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General discussion / Re: Canagan dog food
« on: Jun 07, 2018, 18:36 »

Tried the raw food and was working, but got a bad batch and it made him so ill I took him off it
Thanks for the advise though

General discussion / Canagan dog food
« on: Jun 07, 2018, 16:01 »

I have been feeding my chocolate lab Canagan salmon kibble for the last 2 years and he has been great on it
I needed a food that he would digest all the goodness as he is a poo eater  :(
The stools are so hard and don't smell good so he ignores it
The last couple of months he has become interested again and we now have to watch him all the time (stools are now softer and interesting)
Any suggestions  or recommendations for a food that I can change him to please
I did wonder if Canagan had changed their recipe

Introductions / Re: grain free dog food
« on: Mar 17, 2015, 18:43 »
Thanks for your advice all of you
Orijen is 38% protein so very high !
My dog needs to feel satisfied, so have to find a food that is good quality and makes him feel full
Will research the ideas you have given me and hopefully find one

Introductions / grain free dog food
« on: Mar 16, 2015, 14:59 »

Am very new to this, I would like some advice about feeding my 6 year old chocolate Labrador.

As a puppy he used to eat his own poo, I changed his food and he stopped instantly, now we are back to eating other dogs mess (especially the ones we are walking with) and also he grazes on grass (the coarser the better) and when he is at his worst he eats mud

He has been fed James Well Beloved, Arden Grange fish and potato and then last year a vet advised me to just feed him terrier biscuit and canned food.

that was fine up until a few months ago when he went back to eating all the bad things.

I am now feeding him Barking Heads grain free turkey and vegetables (as he also has a seasonal skin allergy)

He is better except for the (poo eating), but I am not convinced it is the right food for him

I have looked at Simpsons premium 80/20, Wainrights grain free and Orijen dog foods

My other worry is the protein level in the foods as I am told it makes the blood hot which affects the skin when the allergy is bad

If anybody has any advice I would be very grateful as I don't want to mess him around with changing food too often


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