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    YAY for Molly, she's such a beautiful girl

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    She is so beautiful!! What a HUGE difference, and I bet she acts different too!! Darn that Iams , that is what Vegas was on when I adopted him at 4 months and I kept him on it for another 6 months It was to the point he stunk so bad and was a mess, shedding so bad, he was ate up with yeast, had a severe ear infection and was miserable with itching. Only when I found this site did I learn about food. We switched to Nature's Instinct grain-gluten free Salmon, and within a month he was a different bully. I am still amazed at what a difference a good food makes in your animals, I have preached it to all my family that has dogs, even if their dog does not have problems.

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    What a great testimonial! Miss Molly is super cute!!

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    for Molly! Silva was on Iams as well from her breeder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMARINO View Post
    She is so beautiful!! What a HUGE difference, and I bet she acts different too!! Darn that Iams , that is what Vegas was on when I adopted him at 4 months and I kept him on it for another 6 months It was to the point he stunk so bad and was a mess, shedding so bad, he was ate up with yeast, had a severe ear infection and was miserable with itching. Only when I found this site did I learn about food. We switched to Nature's Instinct grain-gluten free Salmon, and within a month he was a different bully. I am still amazed at what a difference a good food makes in your animals, I have preached it to all my family that has dogs, even if their dog does not have problems.
    @KMARINO I would love for you to write the long drawn out version of your story. Maybe your before pictures won't show the difference, maybe they will, but your story is still worth telling!

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    @desertskybulldogs, I have some pretty good before pictures, some even with the open sores on his head, If I took a picture of him today it would look the same with his allergies out of control with the pollen here. I will work on this though.

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    I also have learned that feeding a grain free premium dog food also helps in the tear stains, gas, skin, coat and poop.
    Better dog food is worth it in the long run.
    Thanks,

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    Is it common for a grain free dry dog food diet to have such side effects as weight gain and constipation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyrn36 View Post
    Is it common for a grain free dry dog food diet to have such side effects as weight gain and constipation?
    I am not sure, weight gain from feeding more than needed is always possible. As for the constipation, some premium quality foods do make for some stiff logs, add a bit of water to the food and it should come out softer


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