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    Our poor bulldog has had a multiple of health problems in his short little life. He finally seems to be on the mend, so we are taking this opportunity to change his diet to a more natural food. While raw and even freeze dried don't fit our budget currently (paying off many vet bills). We have decided to start him on a dehydrated raw diet (grand cru) with a freeze dried topper. He is currently on royal canin hypoallergenic HP food - but it's not going great, lots of hives, very itchy, and balding patches on his back. Im disappointed in their ingredients too - as the first listed is brewers rice. We are also starting him slowly on a probiotic! We are very excited to start, and have done a lot of consulting with our natural pet food store. Any experiences or advice to share?!

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    Default Re: Starting dehydrated raw diet!

    This is wonderful news, I'm sure he will thrive on the new food, and probiotics are always amazing for overall health Keep us posted on his progress!

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    Default Re: Starting dehydrated raw diet!

    I'm sure you will improvement. Fresh sauerkraut is also a very good source of probiotics and you can share it too.

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    Default Re: Starting dehydrated raw diet!

    Great idea.... RC is crap food and just a bunch of fillers. Best of luck and please keep us posted on the progress
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    Default Re: Starting dehydrated raw diet!

    Yes the RC is very disappointing especially cause it was a vet prescribed to specifically help with his issues and it's not at all

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    Default Re: Starting dehydrated raw diet!

    good job! and Costco has now a great organic fermented sauerkraut very reasonable... Hank LOVES it (so do I) and I thought it would make him gassy but NO,, it's good stuff! Thanks to whoever suggested this a while back

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