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    So is the Fromm Salmon and Veggies grain free? Or is the surf n turf the only grain free one? Is it best for a bully to be on the grain free one? If so, should I do a complete switch from the Salmon and Veggies to the surf n turf, or should I do a gradual transition?

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    Default Re: Fromm food question

    surf n turf is the only grain free one, but they have a new one with beef that I am not sure if it is available yet. You probably would not need to switch super slowly, maybe over 2-3 days since the ingredients will be much closer than that of a one star food to a 6 star food.

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    Default Re: Fromm food question

    The salmon and veggies is not grain free but if your bully reacts perfectly to that one then I wouldnt worry so much unless you just want to try the surf and turf to see the diff. Every bully is diff and some will need grain free while others dont necessarily.

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    Thanks! So then if I do try the surf n turf, should I do a transition, or is it okay not to since it's the same brand? We have changed his food so much, trying to find something that didn't make him vomit...so I don't want to upset his stomach or do anything bad for him! I appreciate your help!

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    Default Re: Fromm food question

    Quote Originally Posted by BullyB View Post
    Thanks! So then if I do try the surf n turf, should I do a transition, or is it okay not to since it's the same brand? We have changed his food so much, trying to find something that didn't make him vomit...so I don't want to upset his stomach or do anything bad for him! I appreciate your help!
    Hmmmm I'm not sure, I would do a slow transition just to be safe if I were you. I do 1/4 new 3/4 old for the first 2 days, then 1/2 and 1/2 for 2 days, 3/4 new and 1/4 old for 2 days.

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    Default Re: Fromm food question

    Yes a transition I think but not so slow as if you were changing complete foods I wouldnt think. If you do it over a weeks time you should be fine I would think.

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