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    Hello, I been feeding Bruno Royal Canin since I got him from the breeder a month and a half ago. His undercoat is pink and his poop has shape but soft when I pick it up. I’m thinking he may have allergies to chicken. So I’m about 1/4 left In the bag and want to try zigniture but not sure about what protein to try first. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks
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    Default Re: Looking too try Zigniture food

    Hi! Bulldogs are normally allergic to chicken. I use zignature kangaroo formula. Itís been great so far in keeping allergies and keeping folds cleared up.


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    Default Re: Looking too try Zigniture food

    Zignature is a great brand so I would just pick a protein and go for it! I would give the same protein for a month to see if there are any issues, then choose another protein and so on. Rotating proteins once you know what can be tolerated would be my recommendation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbrugs View Post
    Zignature is a great brand so I would just pick a protein and go for it! I would give the same protein for a month to see if there are any issues, then choose another protein and so on. Rotating proteins once you know what can be tolerated would be my recommendation.

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    So would Turkey be to close to chicken to try? Want to keep the cost down.

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    I rotated between Duck and the Salmon & Trout and Monty did well with both. I tried him on their Turkey and he became constipated so we gave up on that one. Trial and error!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    So would Turkey be to close to chicken to try? Want to keep the cost down.
    You can definitely try it!


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