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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    How old is he now... like 8 months? Even though it is the food you always fed, does not mean he will not have a reaction at some point (life of a bulldog). He may need a food change... grain and chicken free is a good start. If you can get closer picture, it night help with others giving more insight.

    So with changing his foods
    I believe he is allergic to raw carrots & that is about it.

    He is getting a cup and a half every day-3 meals
    Morning with coconut
    Lunch with yogurt
    And dinner-bananas green beans or whatever is around

    It's from Costco-it's chicken rice & vegetable.

    With giving him a better quality food we could also limit the amount he is getting( to 2 feeding times a day? With a snack)

    I'm just not sure what brands I should be looking into??? Fromm,blue buffalo?
    And specific brand and flavor would be helpful

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    Default Re: Bloody spots on back of neck

    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberlie View Post
    So with changing his foods
    I believe he is allergic to raw carrots & that is about it.

    He is getting a cup and a half every day-3 meals
    Morning with coconut
    Lunch with yogurt
    And dinner-bananas green beans or whatever is around

    It's from Costco-it's chicken rice & vegetable.

    With giving him a better quality food we could also limit the amount he is getting( to 2 feeding times a day? With a snack)

    I'm just not sure what brands I should be looking into??? Fromm,blue buffalo?
    And specific brand and flavor would be helpful
    Many that are successful are Taste of Wild, Earthborn, Orijen, Acana, Fromm, The Honest Kitchen.... Chicken and grains tend to be issues so maybe look for something without those ingredients. We feed Fromm pork and peas and/or the newest flavor (long german word). Have to look it up but it starts with an H.

    Yes, higher quality food means less at meals and hopefully less vet visits


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