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    Ok so I went for the Duck formula...which not only has a different protein base but also swaps Barley for oats....I started his transition yesterday...wish us luck, I so don't want this poor boy to get itchy again

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    Hey, maybe you will discover a new hobby in life, the joys of cooking?


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    Quote Originally Posted by desertskybulldogs View Post
    Hope he does well Angie

    Hey, maybe you will discover a new hobby in life, the joys of cooking?


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    Hi all,

    It is amazing how many posts are here about food and allergies.
    What I wonder is how many breeders do not KNOW about this problem or don't care? Every one of my for-ever home families gets a 4 page document of do's & don'ts about food and other concerns and allergies.


    I agree, to go BACK to a known food that does not have any concerns such as a ground beef/turkey & rice to get time for any problems to go away.
    Then switch over to a new food slowly. Over the course of several days of blending and mixing. See other posts about how to switch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABEBD View Post
    Hi all,

    It is amazing how many posts are here about food and allergies.
    What I wonder is how many breeders do not KNOW about this problem or don't care? Every one of my for-ever home families gets a 4 page document of do's & don'ts about food and other concerns and allergies.


    I agree, to go BACK to a known food that does not have any concerns such as a ground beef/turkey & rice to get time for any problems to go away.
    Then switch over to a new food slowly. Over the course of several days of blending and mixing. See other posts about how to switch.

    Good Day~
    Yep, I got a large booklet, book and recipe list from my breeder..they take it very seriously and have offered to fund an allergy test when he is older. On the whole they have been great with us...Billy is just sensitive

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