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    Hey guys looking for some advice on food for my dog. He is 1yr old and eating adult food. I have been feeding him Royal Canin but he seems to not be wanting to really eat it anymore. I know there is alot better foods out there but im iffy about feeding some new stuff that i dont know much about. Can you guys recommend some healthy protein full foods?

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    Default Advice Dog Food

    Hey Ray I moved your post over to the food & nutrition area so you get the most replies in response to your question

    Royal Canin isn't a terrible food, but there is definitely some better quality foods out there. With bullies the 2 things you really wanna focus on are - Grain free diets, and try to stay away from chicken. It tends to be a very common allergen for many. Here's an excellent link that shows you dogs foods & their ratings! A lot of members here feed Fromms, Taste of the wild, Orijen...

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    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyTysmom View Post
    Hey Ray I moved your post over to the food & nutrition area so you get the most replies in response to your question

    Royal Canin isn't a terrible food, but there is definitely some better quality foods out there. With bullies the 2 things you really wanna focus on are - Grain free diets, and try to stay away from chicken. It tends to be a very common allergen for many. Here's an excellent link that shows you dogs foods & their ratings! A lot of members here feed Fromms, Taste of the wild, Orijen...

    English Bulldog News Forums - Dog Food Ratings at English Bulldog News
    I'd go with a 4 star or higher if at all possible. We're all here to help! Welcome again!


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    Yea -- RC is not good.... check the list and find something 4* or higher We feed Fromm Pork and Peas and both of my pups do well on it
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    Definitely am looking into other foods thanks guys for the help. We really appreciate it.

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