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    Default Scratching - Fromm Puppy Gold

    My 10 week old puppy is on Fromm Puppy Gold and he scratches every so often. He mostly scratches his ear and when he lays down he occasionally will lick his paws then carry on. Is this a sign of allergic reaction to his kibble? I give him Fromm lam & cranberry treats as well.

    It isn't anything that is a major problem, he usually will stop scratch real quick then carry on. He also plays in my backyard lawn, could it be environmental / flea?

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    Default Re: Scratching - Fromm Puppy Gold

    Has he been on this food all along or is it a recent switch....lol.. I just realized he is 10 weeks,,, couldn't have been on anything for very long. Give it more time, he's just a baby and none of his systems are developed much yet.... As long as he is, as you say, only doing it occasionally and briefly I wouldn't be too concerned yet. What I Am concerned about is:

    Just kidding

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    Default Re: Scratching - Fromm Puppy Gold

    Sounds like normal scratching and licking, as long as it's occasional and not excessive he's probably just having normal doggy itchees.
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    Default Re: Scratching - Fromm Puppy Gold

    Yah, my vet concured as well. It's probably just regular puppy scratches.

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