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Go! SENSITIVITIES Limited Ingredient Pollock Grain-Free Dry Dog Food

Go! SENSITIVITIES Limited Ingredient Pollock Grain-Free Dry Dog Food

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    High Quality Dry Food - Fantastic Option for Allergy Dogs!

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    We have 2 large breed dogs on Go! LID dry food for ~4 years now with ZERO complaint. Finding a quality dog food to work with both our mixed breed dogs can be a challenge – especially one with allergies to Chicken, Lamb and White Potato! Both our girls love Go!, have healthy consistent stool and good energy. I have also NOT switched brands after the DCM scare for 2 main reasons (even with the recent decrease from 25lb bags to 22lb at the same price) 1 - As stated we have an allergy girl - LOL. It is hard to find a dog food without Chicken Meal, Chicken Fat or Potato Protein further down the list! Even harder to find multiple flavors in the same brand. So we love that Go! has different protein We have 2 large breed dogs on Go! LID dry food for ~4 years now with ZERO complaint. Finding a quality dog food to work with both our mixed breed dogs can be a challenge – especially one with allergies to Chicken, Lamb and White Potato! Both our girls love Go!, have healthy consistent stool and good energy. I have also NOT switched brands after the DCM scare for 2 main reasons (even with the recent decrease from 25lb bags to 22lb at the same price) 1 - As stated we have an allergy girl - LOL. It is hard to find a dog food without Chicken Meal, Chicken Fat or Potato Protein further down the list! Even harder to find multiple flavors in the same brand. So we love that Go! has different protein options that do not include hidden Chicken, Lamb or White Potato. So, I do not mind paying more for what she needs. 2 - I have always fed 75% dry kibble and 25% wet, mostly meat topper/mix in’s - so DCM has not ‘worried’ me as much as we just needed a great dry dog food as a base. Another plus - recently, I noticed Go! added Taurine to these LID dry foods – probably why the 3lb reduction in bag size? Again, I’m okay with this as I buy this food as this works with both my girls. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI) Dog

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    My German shepherd was recently diagnosed with EPI. He is a rescue, came to us at 112# and weighed in at 83# before diagnosis. I got him stabilized on the hydrolyzed canned crap the vet recommended, B12 with intrinsic factor from vet, powdered slippery elm, and 6x enzymes from Diane (same concentration as the $$$ ones the vet sells). I then tried transitioning him to other foods and was not successful. This one works though!! I picked it because it has the recommended nutrient profile for EPI dogs (fat is <12%, fiber <4%). I also picked it because it has the medium chain fatty acids (coconut oil which I had a hard time with because it's not like coconuts are something a dog normally eats but My German shepherd was recently diagnosed with EPI. He is a rescue, came to us at 112# and weighed in at 83# before diagnosis. I got him stabilized on the hydrolyzed canned crap the vet recommended, B12 with intrinsic factor from vet, powdered slippery elm, and 6x enzymes from Diane (same concentration as the $$$ ones the vet sells). I then tried transitioning him to other foods and was not successful. This one works though!! I picked it because it has the recommended nutrient profile for EPI dogs (fat is <12%, fiber <4%). I also picked it because it has the medium chain fatty acids (coconut oil which I had a hard time with because it's not like coconuts are something a dog normally eats but it worked) and the first fiber/ carb listed in the ingredient list is tapioca, which is supposed to be the best one for EPI dogs. I'm currently at 2/3 of his food coming from this dog food and 1/3 coming from the wet stuff. He's at 110# and looking good! It's been exactly 4 weeks today that he's been on this food and he has successfully gained 8-10# on it with no... uhhh... issues on the other end of things. We'll stay at this ratio until his TLI is re-tested. then assuming all is well, which so far, it all appears to be. FWIW TLI was <0 on initial testing. Hope this helps someone out there. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    For my huskies

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    My Husky Bo has food allergies, he scratches all the time however since I changed his dogfood from Blue Buffalo to Go! I have seen a dramatic change in his behavior! No scratching!! Plus he loves the taste. My pups are always excited for breakfast/dinner. Thanks Go! :)

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Food!

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    I had my 5mo old Great Pyrenees puppy on Now Fresh (which is a wonderful food too) but he needed a LID of fish only. I spoke to the nutritionist with the company (Petcurean) regarding my problem. She was great and recommended Go! since this food is for all stages of life. I first ordered the small bag from Chewy to make sure Sherman would eat it and he loved it. Today I ordered the 25# bag. This food is so good that my 4# yorkie liked it too. This grain-free food is a thin disk shape and is easy to crunch so Sophie had no problem eating it. Yes, it does have a fish odor but not as strong as salmon. I guess this is due to the fact that Pollock is a mild fish. I also like the fact that Pollock I had my 5mo old Great Pyrenees puppy on Now Fresh (which is a wonderful food too) but he needed a LID of fish only. I spoke to the nutritionist with the company (Petcurean) regarding my problem. She was great and recommended Go! since this food is for all stages of life. I first ordered the small bag from Chewy to make sure Sherman would eat it and he loved it. Today I ordered the 25# bag. This food is so good that my 4# yorkie liked it too. This grain-free food is a thin disk shape and is easy to crunch so Sophie had no problem eating it. Yes, it does have a fish odor but not as strong as salmon. I guess this is due to the fact that Pollock is a mild fish. I also like the fact that Pollock is never farm raised. Now both of my dogs can be on the same food which will be a lot easier for me. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Go is Great

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    This is great for my dog. He has many food issues. He is doing really well on it.

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