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Rated 5 out of 5
by Viennagirl Great product!
We adopted Hooch,a French mastiff from the shelter about a month ago.he has skin issues and scratches all the time.
One of my friends who owns a pet store recommended this food for him.
He hasn't been on it for more than two weeks,but the itching has gotten a lot better.His coat feels nicer too.
We are happy with this product.
Mixing the duck with the salmon.
August 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by RUMER Excellent Food!!!
Been looking for a limited ingredient food for my border collies...they tend to have dry skin & seasonal allergies. ive tried many other popular name brands but they tend to be higher in fat & my oldest has weight issues so i try to keep a lower fat diet & GO has been perfect for that. Hes not itching as much just after 2 weeks being on the food. His stools are great & did not mix but for 2 days & no stomach upset. the cost for the quality is awesome. i also use it as treats since its low fat & having the option of duck & salmon makes my dogs very happy.
August 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by kim59 So far very good, pleased!
We are midway through transitioning our boston terriers and cocker spaniel from another premium brand grain-free kibble to Go Sensitivity Duck, and have had no problems. One is a picky eater, one has allergies, one has a sensitive stomach, and one is just a chow hound. All have done well so far. The reason we are switching is to find a high quality protein source but with lower phosphorus for our now senior dogs. Another criteria was NO ingredients from China. We are also switching because our previous premium brand is being sold to a large manufacturer. The transition is going smoothly, with no stomach upsets or signs of allergy to this food. We have actually noticed a decrease in the chow-hound's gas : ) and the picky cocker spaniel is eating well.
July 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by ScottyBoy Dog with allergies
i have been searching for a food that my dog doesn't have issues with for 2+ years. Tried probably 20 different types of all the top brands in various formats (grain free, limited ingredient, novel proteins, etc.). Even had her on a vet prescribed hydrolyzed protein food but still had itchy paws. Finally put it together that my dog has issues with peas and legumes (most all top foods use peas and/or pea protein in their foods).
This food has a relatively short ingredient list, no peas, and only two sources of high quality grains. I think there are many good foods out there but this is definitely the one that works for us. Fur is getting softer, skin / ear infections aren't coming back, and she is able to keep it down.
It is not her favorite flavor but allergy dogs don't always get a choice. A few drops of chicken stock over the top changes her opinion quickly.
Lastly, chewy has been the best to work with in my search. Assisting with food selections and understanding when a food didn't work out.
August 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Taylordise Great food!
Quality product. Have used it for 2 years with our 2 dogs.
August 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigRich Great Product for Sensitive Stomachs
My daughter searched high and low for her Pomeranian who had sensitive stomach issues, this brand fits the bill completely....her dog no longer spits up this brand.....he loves it.
February 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
by Jessica5377 Pit Bulls digestive and skin issues!!
I did a lot of research and have tried many foods for my allergy sensitive Pit Bulls. I am sooooooo happy to have found this food. We are going on 2 years with this food and so far so good. Did switch from the fish to the duck cause she is finicky but the read skin and digestive issues are at bay. Highly recommend!!
December 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by MakeItEZ12 All 3 dogs love it
The dogs love this, plus it presents no GI problems, mixes well with their daily food, and we use it for training treats. I just wish the manufacturers would reverse their recent trend of putting grazing animal's standard fare into dog food (alfalfa). Dogs are not grazing animals. Remove the alfalfa and it gets 5 stars.
November 5, 2014