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    Default Re: My bulldog always smells even after two days from bathing? Why?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dollys Owner View Post
    Cheapest and just as good would be from a local company delivered frozen and already ground up... If you tell us where you live in USA someone can hopefully tell you of one in your area. Try to start very basic with a low allergenic protein like duck, and go with the basic formula containing just muscle,bones and organs.Then later on try different proteins like turkey,rabbit,lamb,pork and also try blends that contain some fruits and vegetables. Carbohydrates in fruit feed yeast so it's better to find out later if your dog will get yeast when you reintroduce fruit. Don't give any treats at the beginning other than steamed vegetables either.
    There are many options you can buy... Answers is a great one. I buy locally sourced in the Pocono PA area.
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    Default Re: My bulldog always smells even after two days from bathing? Why?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    There are many options you can buy... Answers is a great one. I buy locally sourced in the Pocono PA area.
    Answers is good because they ferment all their products. You could take frozen raw dog food and ferment it yourself by marinading it at room or refrigerator temp with yoghurt,milk kefir, kombucha vinegar etc. @RiiSi ferments at room temp

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