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    Default Re: Considering a switch to adult food, 7mos old

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    Welcome!!! Not one member will recommend you ANY vet prescribed vet food. DO NOT start your dog on that! Full of grains, fillers and most important thing is Science Hill is still under recall advisory. Dogs are dying cause of high vitamin D.

    Best kibbles on the market and the one I prefer n most cause it has tripe in it is Acana. Stick to one protein per bag as you can follow any allergies IF any.

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    Acana, Fromm, Zignature....others will add to my list. But please subscribe yourself to...

    https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-reviews/brand/

    Stick to 5 star brands only (4-5)
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    Default Re: Considering a switch to adult food, 7mos old

    I think that it is a good optition to continue with adult food.
    Kylla was 8 months and our vet recommend us to stop puppy food due to a limping she had.So in order to prevent making hip dysplasia worse we stop giving her acana puppy and start acana again but for adult dogs.note : we fed her 3times per day.
    We also managed to control her weight by this way.

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