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    Love blue wilderness third bully like high protein low carb life for him keeps him trim and allergy free going from salmon formula to red meat was not thrilled with chicken


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    Bullmama, Can you offer a rating on Victor High Pro Plus? This is the kibble the breeder gave to us take home with our new EB.
    Also, is there another string on this forum for "natural foods"; i.e. I have been feeding our dogs a cooked chicken tenderloin, or thigh, maybe an egg (raw or boiled), on occasion a chicken liver. This with about 1/2 cup kibble / twice daily.
    Our 7 month Labraddodle gets "satin balls" (see YouTube for these molasses & ground beef meatballs), but not my 15 month EB.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt Swirley View Post
    Bullmama, Can you offer a rating on Victor High Pro Plus? This is the kibble the breeder gave to us take home with our new EB.
    Also, is there another string on this forum for "natural foods"; i.e. I have been feeding our dogs a cooked chicken tenderloin, or thigh, maybe an egg (raw or boiled), on occasion a chicken liver. This with about 1/2 cup kibble / twice daily.
    Our 7 month Labraddodle gets "satin balls" (see YouTube for these molasses & ground beef meatballs), but not my 15 month EB. Thank you.
    I asked you what you feed your dog as you werenít sure why your dog didnít drink much. From what I see here itís like I answered in your other thread, your dog eats lots of moisture. So donít worry about it. But that kibble Iím not a big fan. 2nd ingredient is grain sorghum which is basically millet which you have it again further down on the list. 3rd ingredient is chicken fat. I wouldnít give chicken fat to any of my dogs but thatís me... a lot of ďmealsĒ and not meat. Meals is meat but 300x higher in protein. Proteins needs to be balanced out. When you buy a bag of kibbles, you need to read the ingredients n the protein needs to be in % as legumes are also proteins but should never be a big source more than the meat protein. If your feeding your dogs cooked meals, why donít you feed them 100% cooked? If you absolutely want to give a bit of kibbles stick to Acana one protein bags, Zignature, Fromm (grain free bags).

    BTW, youíre doing a good job!!!


    Beef Meal, Grain Sorghum, Chicken Fat (preserved with mixed Tocopherols), Pork Meal, Chicken Meal, Menhaden Fish Meal (source of DHA-Docosahexaenoic Acid), Blood Meal, Whole Grain Millet, Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Yeast Culture, Natural Flavor, Potassium Chloride, Carrot Powder, Tomato Pomace (source of Lycopene), Taurine, Salt, Choline Chloride, Dried Seaweed Meal, Zinc Methionine Complex, Vitamin E Supplement,

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    I just got my little girl the other day . Fromm puppy gold was what the Breeder was feeding her. The Breeder is a member of BCA. Very reputable. She has champions . Blood line is great . Sheís been using Fromm for years . The puppy gold and Adult gold . She told me not to use grain free . But I already knew that from previous posts I read . I used Victor in the past with my other bulldog she is five . But Iím switching her to Fromm also so Iíll have them both on the same brand soon .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod52 View Post
    I just got my little girl the other day . Fromm puppy gold was what the Breeder was feeding her. The Breeder is a member of BCA. Very reputable. She has champions . Blood line is great . She’s been using Fromm for years . The puppy gold and Adult gold . She told me not to use grain free . But I already knew that from previous posts I read . I used Victor in the past with my other bulldog she is five . But I’m switching her to Fromm also so I’ll have them both on the same brand soon . Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Fromm is also a good brand. And YES, you WANT grain free!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patty Moran View Post
    I use orijen puppy pretty active dog in Max. I just had skin issues three months after being on orijen puppy I am going to switch to six fish. He loves it

    I use coconut oil on it but have never had issues of upset stomach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxthebulldog1210 View Post
    I use orijen puppy pretty active dog in Max. I just had skin issues three months after being on orijen puppy I am going to switch to six fish. He loves it

    I use coconut oil on it but have never had issues of upset stomach.
    I only feed my German Shepherd Orijen. Great kibble. At 8yrs old he was still able to just 6’ fence.
    My EB when it as kibbles, it was only Acana. Both made by the same company. Now on raw.
    But because it’s an EB, you might want to switch to Acana ONE protein bag and see what protein he’s allergic to. As orijen puppy’s, both bags and a few more of orijen have chicken. Why I would stick to their Acana one protein bag. Start with duck, easier to digest. Once bag is finished, get another one protein bag but different protein n so on

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    Quote Originally Posted by helsonwheels View Post
    I only feed my German Shepherd Orijen. Great kibble. At 8yrs old he was still able to just 6í fence.
    My EB when it as kibbles, it was only Acana. Both made by the same company. Now on raw.
    But because itís an EB, you might want to switch to Acana ONE protein bag and see what protein heís allergic to. As orijen puppyís, both bags and a few more of orijen have chicken. Why I would stick to their Acana one protein bag. Start with duck, easier to digest. Once bag is finished, get another one protein bag but different protein n so on
    Good idea, only problem is I just ordered 6 fish and heard from the breeder that the mom was allergic to salmon so I may be going to the store and Iíll definitely look into the acana 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxthebulldog1210 View Post
    Good idea, only problem is I just ordered 6 fish and heard from the breeder that the mom was allergic to salmon so I may be going to the store and I’ll definitely look into the acana 1
    You can’t go wrong with that company. I’m sure they’ll exchange it. Also don’t mean he’ll have allergies to salmon cause his mom was. It’s very important to rotate proteins as a pup. Neither of my dogs has allergies as I would rotate as puppies different protein every month. Still do. They both can eat chicken or basically anything.

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