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Dog foods / Re: which dog food is best?
« on: Jul 28, 2015, 19:04 »
Thank you everyone so much for taking the time to reply with lots of ideas and advice.  Holly has had her skin biopsy today (and we had her speyed at the same time poor baby is feeling a little sorry for herself)  :) and our vet also took a blood sample so we should have the results of both within the next 7 days or so.    I will let you know what happens and thanks again.

Dog foods / Re: which dog food is best?
« on: Jul 27, 2015, 17:22 »
PS user name Jenson Button is because we are fans of JB our ESS boy is named after him  lol !!!! :)

Dog foods / which dog food is best?
« on: Jul 27, 2015, 17:20 »
Hi  thank you for the add.
Oh where do I start basically going around in circles about which dog food is best.  Don't want to raw feed but would like to ensure our dogs are getting the best possible food.   Our choc lab Holly who is 7 months old has developed an allergy vet said possibly caused by her food (she was fed pedigree puppy and puppy mixer) very long story short she was put on James Wellbeloved fish and rice for 8 weeks with fresh fish and rice to break up the boredom.    As I said its a long story but the long and the short is she was weaned off the steroids the vet put her on initially and hey ho her  allergy has reappeared she has had skin scrapes all negative tomorrow she is having a skin biopsy so we very much hope we will now find out the cause of her allergy but this has got us thinking about what to feed her on if its not a food allergy hence my question.  We also have two ESS which are fed on Chapel Farm dry kibble but this has only been since our lab's problems as we were worried having read up about feeding tinned food as our ESS's were fed on Winalot and mixer.  We have noticed all three are drinking more since being on the dry food so we are worried about this.  Have been looking into options tinned, kibble, raw and it is so confusing and scary what you read.  Cost of feeding isn't a problem we just want them to have the best.   Been looking at Chappie tinned as this is apparently good for dogs with allergies.  Help would appreciate some guidance sorry for the long post  thanks  xx

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