been going through the whole food sampling thing with Samson, and have come across one that's new to me..... Dogswell Nutrisca. The mom & pops petstore that I got it from suggested that it's fairly new
but I'm not really sure if that's the case. They have 3 dry grain free/potato free formulas, Salmon & Chickpea, Chicken & Chickpea, and Lam
b & Chickpea (I'm trying the Salmon due to Salmon's recent allergy and yeast issue). The line really has me intrigues and all though we've used it around a week, I'm feeling confident about it. It's similar to Nature'svariety Instinct in how it is grain and potato free, which is a plus for me as I've read a few things suggesting potatoes could have a link to yeast (if anyone knows more about this please share). The only 2 main differences I notice is that the Nutrisca has a slightly lower protein content and it smells and obviously tastesbetter as Samson will actually eat it (he hates the nvi salmon). I see the lower protein as a plus forbulldogs as they aren't overly active and mine's still only a 9 month old pup despite his HUGE size already. Another thing that I like is that they have a new raw freeze dry dinnerbite line that they ad
vertise as a meal or treat. I also read about it on dogfoodadvisor.com and they rank it 5 stars with an "enthusiastic recommendation" and say that the it is an important food as it's "a low glycemic product making it a serious candidate for feeding diabetic dogs."I like everything I see so far and am curious if anyone else is familiar with the line, if so what do you think, and if not well, now you've heard of it and maybe it's your next dog food. And don't forget, if anyone knows anything on the whole yeast/potato thing, weather there's any truth to it, please let me know. Here are a couple links on Nutrisca.
Oh, and I was told a
bout a new grain/potato free wild
venison TOTW formula due out in May. Samson loved TOTW. I only changed to try and narrow down the search for what may have
been causing him problems. This couldbe great, especially if there does in fact prove to
be some truth to the whole potato/yeast connection. Any thoughts on this either?