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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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    Default Re: Looking too try Zigniture food

    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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    Default Re: Looking too try Zigniture food

    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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    Default Re: Looking too try Zigniture food

    So I bought Bruno the Kangaroo and I have been giving him 25% of the kangaroo for a total of 4 of his meals so far. Today his stool was really soft could this be the detox phase he is going through? Should I continue the course and keep transitioning him to full Kangaroo in the next 7 to 10 days? Thanks

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    Default Re: Looking too try Zigniture food

    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    So I bought Bruno the Kangaroo and I have been giving him 25% of the kangaroo for a total of 4 of his meals so far. Today his stool was really soft. Can this be the detox phase he is going through? Should aI continue the course and keep transitioning him to full Kangaroo in the next 7 to 10 days? Thanks
    Yes... continue, as long as not diarrhea


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    When I first put Monty on Zignature, I swear he poo'd for England. The same with Buster too actually. They both settled down to normal but it was like it really cleared out their systems in the beginning.

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    Our bully has been on it for years and loves it.I would recommend getting a allergy test done.We found out he's allergic to pork.Once we cut that out of his diet, no more interdigital cysts. They would always pop up from time to time and now we know why.

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    Default Re: Looking too try Zigniture food

    Quote Originally Posted by Frost View Post
    So I bought Bruno the Kangaroo and I have been giving him 25% of the kangaroo for a total of 4 of his meals so far. Today his stool was really soft could this be the detox phase he is going through? Should I continue the course and keep transitioning him to full Kangaroo in the next 7 to 10 days? Thanks
    You can try a small amount of canned PURE pumpkin to aid in digestion during the transition. They love it!! (NOT pumpkin pie filling/!)
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    Default Re: Looking too try Zigniture food

    Quote Originally Posted by Auggie Dog View Post
    Our bully has been on it for years and loves it.I would recommend getting a allergy test done.We found out he's allergic to pork.Once we cut that out of his diet, no more interdigital cysts. They would always pop up from time to time and now we know why.
    What was the cost for an allergy test? also do you switch up the protein every time you run out? and is there any transition from protein to protein? Thanks

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