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    Default Possibly need a new grain free food option

    Hi everyone

    so I am starting to have a situation with my pup where he has been leaving his food and not really eating it. What i am thinking is he is bored with the same kibble all the time. right now i feed him Fromm heartland puppy and at first he loved it now not so much.


    So my question is does fromm have another grain-free alternative or do i have to switch brands? If so what is a good alternative?

    also NO CHICKEN not sure if he had a grain allergie or chicken allergie but when we switched off of blue to fromm it seemed to settle everything

    Thank you all

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    Default Re: Possibly need a new grain free food option

    This is one of the top things I love about Fromm... you can feed one flavor for breakfast and another for dinner.

    How old is Sirius now? if near 8 mths you can switch to adult food now since the grain free line is all stages. I also avoid chicken so I go with Pork an Peas.
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    Just over 7 months now. See when i looked at the site I did not see the pork and peas as grain free maybe i missed something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernBred View Post
    Just over 7 months now. See when i looked at the site I did not see the pork and peas as grain free maybe i missed something.
    https://frommfamily.com/products/fou...nd-peas-recipe
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    Wow just looked again and I must be blind thanks you 2bullymama i will try that as this bag empties.

    one question though seeing its still a Fromm product do i need to ween him off or can i just switch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernBred View Post
    Wow just looked again and I must be blind thanks you 2bullymama i will try that as this bag empties.

    one question though seeing its still a Fromm product do i need to ween him off or can i just switch?
    No weening... just flip on over to P-n-P
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    No weening... just flip on over to P-n-P
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    Default Re: Possibly need a new grain free food option

    Pork and peas, hassen duckenfeffer, lamb and lentil, beef frittata are all grain free. Largest bags are 69.99 at Maggie's food for pets in west boylston with 2% off. Let me know if you find a better price. Fezzik is on the duck. You can also do additives like pureed baby food, pumpkin, coconut oil, or salmon oil to bump up interest.

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    Default Re: Possibly need a new grain free food option

    The FROMM 4 star foods are an all stage food, so you can switch to them now. We feed ours Hassen Duckenfeffer, and they love it. Even picky Henri.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimDe View Post
    Pork and peas, hassen duckenfeffer, lamb and lentil, beef frittata are all grain free. Largest bags are 69.99 at Maggie's food for pets in west boylston with 2% off. Let me know if you find a better price. Fezzik is on the duck. You can also do additives like pureed baby food, pumpkin, coconut oil, or salmon oil to bump up interest.
    ya we have been doing a wet food for interest but the shithead eats the wet food and leaves the kibble lol. and still isn't that excited for that

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    Default Re: Possibly need a new grain free food option

    My Bentley also switched from Blue to Fromm... I first started with surf and turf and he broke out and is now on Lamb... So far so good but then last night i noticed another break out??? Should i switch him to beef?? or could it just be something outside causing his break outs?? So many things they can be allergic too its so hard to narrow it down?? How was it after you did your switch on food??

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    Default Re: Possibly need a new grain free food option

    I feel your pain!

    My pup is 11 months old now and is refusing to eat his kibble as well. He has always been on Fromm, grain free and no chicken as well. I currently have five different bags of Fromm kibble in various flavors trying to get him to eat one of them.

    I've taken him to the vet, nothing wrong and he is acting 100% normal just seems to have zero interest in any kibble...so, for now, I have been home cooking and adding some of that to his kibble every day and slowly reducing the amount of home cooked food I add each time.

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