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    For our new bulldog owners, (NEVER FEED YOUR BULLDOG FOOD THAT HAS WHEAT, BEEF, OR CORN.)....bulldogs are very sensative and many have allergies to these products. I learned this the hard way...

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    so what dog food is good for bulldogs. We were told that Royal Kanin with the bulldog on it. Someone told me it is made for them? is that good dog food?

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    I feed checkers lamb and rice by nutro. I've heard its a good choice for bullies.he seems to like like it.

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    Hi! I feed my Dahlila Iams Proactive. One of the Vets had recommended it. After readind the ingredients,I noticed that it has corn meal,and whole grain sorghum. Should I change her food?? She is only 7 months old and I want to fed her whatever is the best for her skin and health. Also,is there any supplement or vitamins that I should be giving her? Any info will help!! Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdmuck71 View Post
    Hi! I feed my Dahlila Iams Proactive. One of the Vets had recommended it. After readind the ingredients,I noticed that it has corn meal,and whole grain sorghum. Should I change her food?? She is only 7 months old and I want to fed her whatever is the best for her skin and health. Also,is there any supplement or vitamins that I should be giving her? Any info will help!! Thanks again!

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    Iams is not the best but it is not bad either. There are better foods out there of course, but iams is more convenient because it is distributed to grocery stores.

    Nuvet plus is the best supplement you can give. Go to the our sponsors page to get it, not available in stores.

    If you do decide to change food, do it slowly over a period of a week. Otherwise your bully will get tummyache and the "squirts".
    Last edited by bullmama; 03-04-2010 at 12:09 AM.

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    Thanks! I appreciate the info.

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    I feed my girls Nutro Lamb and Rice, but Royal Canine is also very good. The best thing to do is read the ingredients...make sure there is NO corn, wheat, wheat flour, wheat germ. The best thing to feed your bulldog is lamb as for meat. Beef and chicken is more difficult for them to digest. Also check your bulldog's treat ingredients. It takes time but its well worth it. I was feeding my girls regular dog food and Diva had an allergic reaction and started losing hair, when I switched to Nutro Lamb & Rice she made a speedy recovery and has never looked better. But even when your buying Nutro products read the ingredients because some of their products have wheat.

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    That is what my Taz eats, it has worked great for him. I especially like the Royal Canin website where they explain the difference between bulldogs and other dogs digestive system.

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    cool! this has helped us. because the lady who we got our bully from feeds him Bentifull(sp). and i have been told that beef isn't good for them and that they need lamb and other things. I have always e-mailed some breeders around washington and they have giving me so much information. and i was looking at and reading all the dog food at PetSmart and came arcosse Royal Canin, and had everything i was looking for and that it was good for bullies.

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    GOOD CHOICE, we have decided to add Royal Canin to our dog's diet as well as Nutro. So far so good. Not a good choice for puppies though because the nibblets are so big. For puppies I recommend Nutro Lamb & Rice (Small Bites) Its perfect for puppies.

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    so my bullie, is almost full on Royal Canin now, shall i mix in Nutro into his diet as well to? or just keep him on Royal Canin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nlgraham View Post
    so my bullie, is almost full on Royal Canin now, shall i mix in Nutro into his diet as well to? or just keep him on Royal Canin?
    You should mix the two foods together for about a week. Slowly transfer from one food to the other, otherwise they can get a bad tummy-ache, diarherra, ect. So definately give him some of his Nutro as well. Best to mix it up in the bowl though.

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