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Now Fresh Grain Free Senior Recipe Dry Dog Food
Now Fresh Grain Free Senior Recipe Dry Dog Food 10 10
Great For Coat This dog food is the best we have used for our dogs coat and our doga loves it. 04/15/2011
Great food, great value! My sweet little Shi-tzu is going on 13 years old and had started to gain weight. I can't say she has lost any weight being on this food but she has maintained and not gained. She loves the taste and I like the ingredients, free of all the by products and corn found in over the counter dog food. The size of the pellets are perfect for small mouths too. I'm glad I ordered this food and have been for 2 years now. I recommend it highly. 12/03/2014
My dog loves it! My dog, Rocky loves it. He is over 6 years old. I have switched to this food, because he was getting a little pudgy. The Pet Food store recommended it, and he runs to the bowl now when I put the food in. Rocky is a puggle and they tend to be overweight. However, I am happy to say I have a fit, lean puggle machine. 10/16/2014
This product is amazing! I have a 7 year old boston terrier who suffers from epilepsy and has horrible gas. In all honesty, it hasn't done much to help in the way of his epilepsy. However, it has done wonders for his gas. His gas has improved/lessened by 85%. Also, his coat is in great shape. This food is amazing. A little pricey, but worth it! 01/17/2013
Best dog food ever! My 12 yr old Shih Tzu is allergic to just about everything, including her own dander. Have been using this food for about 6 months now and her skin is no longer dry and itchy, her coat is shiny and soft. So glad I found this food for her. She loves it and I love that she is no linger miserable!! 11/13/2012
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Answer:Thank you for your question. Yes, he can benefit from the food for senior dogs.
After eating this food he throws up. When he eats something else he doesn't. Why is that?
Answer:stomach upset. It's all depends of how fast or slow you introduce this new food (slow transition on each bag, remember?)
Answer:yeah. it's all about the transition in food. You have to follow the tips about it. (on each bag says)
Answer:We are very sorry to hear this. Please consult with your vet in regards to changing food due to your furry pal throwing it up.
I would prefer to buy a dog food made in the US and not in China.
Answer:Thank you for your question. Now Grain Free is made in Ontario, Canada.
teddy my dog is 17 plus and he has been having problems for quite awhile and is blind for sure in 1 eye not sure about the other. he has problems getting up and down and falls over easy at times I need to help him get his hind quarters up. what type of dogfood do you recommend?.don't want to put him down yet. for special reasons.
Answer:Senior dogs required less calories and more nutrients and more Omega 3 (like Salmon or Trout) do you check with your vet? what does he say? if not, do it. HE might have some health condition to consider.. If not the case, I will consider food and treat as Joint promoting and Salmon diet food for only senior (grain free if dog has allergies )
Answer:You would definitely want to speak with your vet in regards to which dog food to use for your precious puppy.
Answer:No. Only Hill Science Diet is suitable in this case. Look for Prescription Diet w/d ($26 approx). Prescription by vet may be needed.
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