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AvoDerm Natural Chicken Meal & Brown Rice Recipe Puppy Dry Dog Food

AvoDerm Natural Chicken Meal & Brown Rice Recipe Puppy Dry Dog Food

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    No Digestive Issues with AvoDerm

    By Shelly on Apr 30, 2020

    I have an Australian Shepherd who cannot eat beef and is apparently sensitive to corn, a common ingredient in many dog foods. He always had soft poo until I switched him to AvoDerm Puppy. I add a tablespoon of grated carrot or diced zucchini, apple and other foods to entice him even though I know I have an Australian Shepherd who cannot eat beef and is apparently sensitive to corn, a common ingredient in many dog foods. He always had soft poo until I switched him to AvoDerm Puppy. I add a tablespoon of grated carrot or diced zucchini, apple and other foods to entice him even though I know that if I don’t and wait it out he will eat when he is hungry:-) … more

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    Immediate painful constipated poop but probs just our pup

    By Tash on May 31, 2020

    We tried switching to this kibble from Farmina maxi puppy chicken/pomegranate one thinking we'd rather have US-sourced/made kibble. Our adopted 4-month Belgian Malinois mix immediately had painful and constipated poop, and continued to have trouble pooping (either difficult or soupy) throughout rest We tried switching to this kibble from Farmina maxi puppy chicken/pomegranate one thinking we'd rather have US-sourced/made kibble. Our adopted 4-month Belgian Malinois mix immediately had painful and constipated poop, and continued to have trouble pooping (either difficult or soupy) throughout rest of the 5lb bag. Not sure what's about this kibble, but maybe the higher fiber content and lower protein percentages compared to the previous kibble was causing our pup to not like it. We're sticking with high protein low fiber kibbles from now on. … more

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