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    Hi has anyone given their bully's Collards kibble or heard of it?
    Is Collards any good?

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    I never heard of it, but i tagged two members that might be able to help out
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    Looks to be a non average food, rice being the main ingredient. This is a uk food, found it on this site: http://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog...urkey-and-rice

    I know there are much better choices in the uk but don't know the names of the foods


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    I never heard of it, but i tagged two members that might be able to help out
    Thank you x

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullmama View Post
    Looks to be a non average food, rice being the main ingredient. This is a uk food, found it on this site: http://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog...urkey-and-rice

    I know there are much better choices in the uk but don't know the names of the foods


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    Yeah it's what she's on at the moment with the breeder and wanted to keep her on the same until she's older so I don't upset her tummy if I didn't need to just wanted to make sure I wasn't feeding her rubbish really

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    Quote Originally Posted by loalsa View Post
    Yeah it's what she's on at the moment with the breeder and wanted to keep her on the same until she's older so I don't upset her tummy if I didn't need to just wanted to make sure I wasn't feeding her rubbish really
    If you switch her over slowly -- mixing it in with her current food and gradually increasing the amount of new food while decreasing the amount of the old food over the course of 2 weeks or so -- she should be fine. I switched Ruckus from what the breeder had him on to a much better food. It's better to start early so she gets all the protein and nutrients she needs as a puppy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by g8erjackie View Post
    If you switch her over slowly -- mixing it in with her current food and gradually increasing the amount of new food while decreasing the amount of the old food over the course of 2 weeks or so -- she should be fine. I switched Ruckus from what the breeder had him on to a much better food. It's better to start early so she gets all the protein and nutrients she needs as a puppy.
    What's a good food? I've seen that royal canin do a bulldog food?

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    EBN has great resources for food rankings: http://www.englishbulldognews.com/co...g-Food-Choices

    I feed Ruckus grain free food by Fromm. That said, he did so well on that brand from the time he was a puppy until now, that I don't really have experience with other brands. The only switching I did was move him from Fromm Adult Gold to the grain free 4-star varieties. Generally I'd recommend grain free, and a food where chicken ins't the primary protein, but all bullies are different.

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    I kept my Mack on the same brand the breeder was feeding him, Royal Canin, and he's doing great on it... My vet told me that they make a an EBD formula that I can switch hi over to at 8-9 months.... Does anyone else use this brand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by macksmom210 View Post
    I kept my Mack on the same brand the breeder was feeding him, Royal Canin, and he's doing great on it... My vet told me that they make a an EBD formula that I can switch hi over to at 8-9 months.... Does anyone else use this brand?
    Yeah I've seen that one too. Collards the one she's being fed by breeder is hypoallergenic which is why the said she's on it but been told the Royal Canin food is the best ? It's so confusing if I'm honest

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