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    Default Re: Where to get Fromm in Europe? (or other "top 5 recommended foods")

    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    Bullies can have a defected gene that makes them susceptible to have bladder stones and then vets recommend feeding low protein kibble, but even then it is false.
    Very true! 20 years ago it was taught that low protein diets were an absolute MUST for dogs with bladder and kidney issues. Now we know better. It's not the quantity of protein that matters, its the quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LolasPuppet View Post
    Oh, one more thing: can I mix Orijen with other food? Suppose I can get other good food that's lower in protein and then give her 1 meal of Orijen and 1 meal of another food per day? (probably a stupid question, but I need to learn more about nutrition )
    Dublin has just "graduated" to Orijen and is loving it and doing good on it. I wasn't concerned about the protein "issue" until I read this post and then went to the the Orijen Website and very good about it. I do know that Dublin is less hungry now that she is on it ( though she would eat all day if you let her and the steroids don't help ) I may consider mixing a little Acana with it at some point depending on how things go but for now I'm happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubbiedog View Post
    Dublin has just "graduated" to Orijen and is loving it and doing good on it. I wasn't concerned about the protein "issue" until I read this post and then went to the the Orijen Website and very good about it. I do know that Dublin is less hungry now that she is on it ( though she would eat all day if you let her and the steroids don't help ) I may consider mixing a little Acana with it at some point depending on how things go but for now I'm happy.
    I forgot to add that I asked my niece in Ireland about Fromm and she has not heard of it at all.

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