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Annamaet Grain-Free Lean Low Fat Formula Dry Dog Food

Annamaet Grain-Free Lean Low Fat Formula Dry Dog Food

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    So far so good

    By debcorrine on Feb 19, 2021

    My 10 year old pit mix had a life threatening bout of pancreatitis last year. The vet put her on a low fat prescription food. I was unhappy that the first listed ingredient was brewers rice and there was not much to recommend the remaining top ingredients either. In addition, I could not sustain the My 10 year old pit mix had a life threatening bout of pancreatitis last year. The vet put her on a low fat prescription food. I was unhappy that the first listed ingredient was brewers rice and there was not much to recommend the remaining top ingredients either. In addition, I could not sustain the high cost. I researched low fat more affordable foods and after reading the reviews from other dog owners whose pets had pancreatitis I decided to try this brand. She's also had a life long problem with throwing up bile so to combat this her food is divided into 3 meals daily. One meal includes a 1/4 cup of chicken breast for extra protein. Needless to say she scarfs that one right down, however she also eats up the other two "plain" meals just fine. Something she wouldn't do with the prescription food. I just ordered a second 25lb bag because she seems to be doing very well, with no pancreatic episodes and no throwing up either. Her weight is holding steady but if she needs to lose a few more pounds pending our next visit to the vet I will simply cut back on the quantity. … more

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    Dogs need fat

    By blondie on Jun 8, 2019

    9% fat too low for a healthy coat. Do not recommend. If your dog needs to lose weight, feed less. Amounts shown on most dog food labels are for normally active (2 vigorous walks per day) adults, not couch potatoes. Also, dog weights listed are for what your dog should weigh, not what he does weigh. But 9% fat too low for a healthy coat. Do not recommend. If your dog needs to lose weight, feed less. Amounts shown on most dog food labels are for normally active (2 vigorous walks per day) adults, not couch potatoes. Also, dog weights listed are for what your dog should weigh, not what he does weigh. But, they sell more if you feed what the label says. Notice they don't tell you about activity level. … more

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