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    Default Re: My Tinkerbell is almost 6 months old - horrible rash, spots under her belly

    Will check into those brands and also the probiotics, thank you for all the info, I am so stressed and worried about my lil girl!! Will call my vet tomorrow as well!! :-(

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    Default Re: My Tinkerbell is almost 6 months old - horrible rash, spots under her belly

    Thank you for all the info, I appreciate it, I am so stressed and worried about my lil girl!! Will get her into vet again! So hard to know which food route to go!

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    Default Re: My Tinkerbell is almost 6 months old - horrible rash, spots under her belly

    Quote Originally Posted by Brandi View Post
    Thank you for all the info, I appreciate it, I am so stressed and worried about my lil girl!! Will get her into vet again! So hard to know which food route to go!
    If you are open to raw but not ready... look int The Honest Kitchen, dehydrated all you do is add warm water and serve. Some also have no protein so you can add your choice of meat.

    Try to avoid grain and processed chicken as there are a high percentage of bulldogs that have reactions to them


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    Default Re: My Tinkerbell is almost 6 months old - horrible rash, spots under her belly

    I am grain free, could it be as simple as sweet potatoe, like the one person suggested??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandi View Post
    I am grain free, could it be as simple as sweet potatoe, like the one person suggested??
    Sure can.... I checked the food out online, it does have a four star rating, but it has lots of starches.. sweet potato, white potatoes and peas.. all of which are in the first four ingredients


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    I have been doing a lot of reading on here, I saw under the bland diet, someone said they feed natures variety instinct, because their dog Vegas is grain and potatoe free, I know u gave me a list of foods already, just curious your opinion on that food?? I have a vet appt tomorrow at 7:30, was really hoping for today!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandi View Post
    I have been doing a lot of reading on here, I saw under the bland diet, someone said they feed natures variety instinct, because their dog Vegas is grain and potatoe free, I know u gave me a list of foods already, just curious your opinion on that food?? I have a vet appt tomorrow at 7:30, was really hoping for today!!
    NVI is also a great food... be careful at vet, the most likely will try to get on prescription foodó they are all crap , good for a short term issue/fix, but should not be a long term/life food


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    Default Re: My Tinkerbell is almost 6 months old - horrible rash, spots under her belly

    Ok, again thank you for all the info, yes I do not want to do prescription food, especially long term!!!

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