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Dog foods / Re: Protein/Carbohydrate or Fat
« on: May 15, 2017, 18:36 »
Thanks both for that, very useful.

Think I'll try and give an extra helping miday and make it Evolution wet food at the moment until she is a bit better.

I'll look a bit closer at kibble with a higher fat content later.

I also have a working cocker who puts weight on very easily, I've been trying hard to keep things simple and feed the same food. Guess  that's not going to happen.

Dog foods / Re: Protein/Carbohydrate or Fat
« on: May 14, 2017, 22:07 »
Hi Yes of course.

She us an English Springer Spaniel from working stock and is 8 years old.

Thankfully she hasn't been prescribed any long term medication, it's just antibiotics at the moment.The illness was an infection in her chest which caused her to show signs of septic shock. Hopefully she has managed to overcome this with no long term effects so there is nothing we need to keep away from. At the moment she is fed Evolution kibble.

We don't do any particular activities but she is pretty active when out.

Dog foods / Protein/Carbohydrate or Fat
« on: May 14, 2017, 21:13 »
Hello, I'm new to this forum and am looking for help please.

I am thinking of changing  my dogs food. I have always struggled to get weight  on her. Recently she was very ill and of course didn't eat.  I need to build her back up but also wouldlike her to gain a little more than before, an extremely kg or so as she had absolutely no reserves to pull on.
I'm wonderng what I should be looking for a food with higher protein, carbohydrate or fat. She is on a high protein kibble at the moment but it's not really working  for weight gain.


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