libby's having a few issues and thought to maybe try it with her. she cannot eat chicken based foods.
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I'll be interested in the responses too. I want to try it, and they sell it in the city I'm moving to.
I looked at it in the store but had to pass because of the egg factor.
sheesh i guess you would have to worry about eggs if your dog was allergic! i may just give it a try. its not "real" expensive compared to some of the others. i'll try a large bag and see how she does on it. she's been licking the inside of her front legs lately.Duck Eggs, Pheasant Eggs, Quail Eggs
♣ Laura ♣
How much does it cost? I didn't pay attention to the price once I saw the egss.
INteresting that they have frozen raw food too.
Never heard of it or seen it.
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Labby -- Our local feed store carries this so I researched this food some time ago. I ended up getting a couple of "printable" coupons from them -- I got them by completing this form: www.naturesvariety.com/tryit/index2.lasso I believe the coupons were buy 1 bag, get a 5 lb. bag free. I never did use the food (or coupons). But from what I've read, it's an excellent food (on paper anyway) -- however, the calcium content is high, so we never tried it.
I have used the raw medallions. My sister bought them for the dogs for Christmas; I can't afford to feed 6 labs with the number of medallions they needed per day. I did think of doing it for one meal, though. I've heard nothing but EXCELLENT things about it. One gal that works for the pet shop that sells it here; she's a real motormouth; will be quick to tell you if she doesn't like a food and she really praises this one. Again, I'd feed it to all mine in a heartbeat if the ole pocketbook was thicker.
Now Laura, someone gave me advice about giving Dutchie oatmeal foot and leg baths during this spring season.....I think Libby would benefit for a few herself!! "IMAGINE" that!!
I'm going to be no help, because I use the chicken kibble for Theo. However, when I switched him over from Wellness his itching decreased dramatically. I do know that our friendly neighborhood mom'n'mom pet store (this is Berkeley, remember) said that lots of people have reported decreased itchiness and licking on some of the other NV formulas.
cool thanks. i've printed out the coupon. i'll give it a try. can't do any worse that this point to try their lamb food.
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