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    Winston is on Blue Buffalo's sensitive stomach food. He does well on it, but I was thinking about switching him to Fromm since I finally found a place that sells it! Fromm is such a great food, but I'd have to find sensitive stomach stuff for Winston since he's just a natural room-clearer with his gas. I swear we could bottle it & sell it to the government as biological weaponry.

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    My boys eat raw. If I would feed kibble I would choose one that has real ingredients in it, with no filler or grain. If it's full of chemical ingredients, corn, wheat, by-products and meals it's just no good no matter what the adds tell you.

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    I home cook as well as feed Fromm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s5nelson View Post
    Winston is on Blue Buffalo's sensitive stomach food. He does well on it, but I was thinking about switching him to Fromm since I finally found a place that sells it! Fromm is such a great food, but I'd have to find sensitive stomach stuff for Winston since he's just a natural room-clearer with his gas. I swear we could bottle it & sell it to the government as biological weaponry.
    Yogurt and Kefir help with gas as well.
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    Just an insight sometimes, money is tight, we had some recent changes and I've been out of work for over a year due to medical issues. A Long story short I'm not getting paid so I can't afford fromm at the moment. There are some cheaper foods that are just as well. We adopted Ollie and when we got him they were feeding Purina be happy, he was doing just fine on that until I couldn't get the beef and had to switch to chicken. I know Purina is crap so I was wanting to change but the cost was scaring me off. I looked and looked and looked at different brands. I found tractor supply 4health grain free I pay 31 for 30lbs. It's more affordable at this point in time. Ollie has no gas and no skin issues. In all honesty the only time this dog has gas is right after he gets a bath and I swear it's just payback b/c he hates his bath.
    I just don't want you to be scared off if you can't afford the Fromm I know it's highly recommended here and lots of members use it. good luck and it really is trial and error. We are pretty lucky with Ollie b/c like I said he ate the Purina be happy for a few months with us before I switched him and that's what the previous owner had him on and the only difference I noticed since switching was that he has more energy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlcox24 View Post
    Just an insight sometimes, money is tight, we had some recent changes and I've been out of work for over a year due to medical issues. A Long story short I'm not getting paid so I can't afford fromm at the moment. There are some cheaper foods that are just as well. We adopted Ollie and when we got him they were feeding Purina be happy, he was doing just fine on that until I couldn't get the beef and had to switch to chicken. I know Purina is crap so I was wanting to change but the cost was scaring me off. I looked and looked and looked at different brands. I found tractor supply 4health grain free I pay 31 for 30lbs. It's more affordable at this point in time. Ollie has no gas and no skin issues. In all honesty the only time this dog has gas is right after he gets a bath and I swear it's just payback b/c he hates his bath.
    I just don't want you to be scared off if you can't afford the Fromm I know it's highly recommended here and lots of members use it. good luck and it really is trial and error. We are pretty lucky with Ollie b/c like I said he ate the Purina be happy for a few months with us before I switched him and that's what the previous owner had him on and the only difference I noticed since switching was that he has more energy!!

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    I'm a big advocate of feeding raw. I do prey model raw.

    I did kibble with Delilah for 2.5 ish years. Tried all the high end stuff. Nothing was as good as raw was for her!


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    Snowy loves her From Surf and Turf, shes tried just about all the fromm flavors and I think she prefers this one.

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    Emma is on Fromms Pork & peas after trial and error with I'm assuming what are food allergies. She's 7 months old, she came to us on royal Canin we switched to many different flavors of Fromms until she had no hives or red patches.


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    We were using California Natural Lamb and Rice, but had to change during the recall. We are now using Limited Ingredients Lamb and Rice (dry and canned). I supplement with Fresh Pet Beef and Vegetables from time to time. Our Olive tolerates all of the well, but cannot tolerate chicken or turkey. We have very limited gas problems with this mix.

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    Dry Fish skins


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    And also fresh salmon meat


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