|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Lamb, Oat Meal, Barley...||Salmon, Rice, Barley...||Turkey, Oat Meal, Barley...||Salmon, Rice, Barley...||Salmon, Rice, Whole Grain Wheat...|
|Health Feature||Appetite Stimulation, Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health...||Digestive Health, Itch & Redness Remedy, Sensitive Skin...||Digestive Health, Itch & Redness Remedy, Sensitive Skin...||Digestive Health, Itch & Redness Remedy, Sensitive Skin...||Appetite Stimulation, Dental & Breath Care, Digestive Health...|
|Special Diet||High-Protein, Sensitive Digestion, Weight Control, With Grain||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Sensitive Digestion...||Sensitive Digestion, With Grain||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Sensitive Digestion...||High-Protein, High Fiber, With Grain|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Meat, Lamb||Seafood & Fish||Poultry, Turkey||Seafood & Fish, Salmon||Seafood & Fish, Salmon|
|Food Form||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food|
Our poor pittie mix started to have horrible itching, losing hair, and crusty spots all over. We took him to the vet, and they put him on Apoquel, which I was not happy with, as it changed his demeanor. They put him on an antibiotic briefly, and told us to bathe him 1 x a week with a specialty shampoo and to change his food. This was one of the recommended foods on the list. It was tough to move him over to this food at first. Despite slowly transferring him over to this food, he did have diarrhea on and off for about 3 weeks until he got used to it. But we started to notice less itching and patches of his fur coming in within a month being on the food so we didnt want to stop. This food has been a life saver for our boy. He is no longer on medications, and while he has some dry skin, we are dealing with it by giving him a bath every other week and using a lotion, which has helped immensely. This food has done wonders. He is not itching nearly as much, he has no open sores, he is not biting at his skin, and his fur is actually shiny and healthy. He gets compliments on it all of the time. There was even a spot on his shoulders where the fur wasnt growing back for months. After two months on the food, it grew in completely. We do a mix of the dry along with the wet food that matches this.
I have been feeding this variety of Purina Pro Plan to my dogs for a while now and they do very well on it, but my last couple of bags have had an extraordinary amount of "kibble dust" - a couple of cups worth of kibble crumbs in the bottom of the bag.My dogs won't eat the dust by itself - I have mixed it in to wet food to use it - it seems like quite a lot of waste/inconvenience for a food that is not cheap. I am not sure if this is an issue with the kibble itself or how Chewy is handling it, so I am tempted to source from elsewhere to see.
Until newest bag, our dog has been happily eating this for 5 years. Luckily he only ate 3 servings from new bag before absolutely refusing to eat anymore. Judging by the change in the kibble size something has definitely changed in the formula (newer pieces are about twice the size). Purina denied any changes or problems in the product. Chewy representative was wonderful and concerned. He requested a lot of details and immediately refunded purchase.
This is the 5th dog food that we’ve fed our 30-lb mixed breed in the past 18 months. We even tried 2 prescription HP foods because of her constant scratching. But she rarely ate any of the others. She’s been eating the Pro Plan Lamb and Oats formula for about a month and she never passes up a meal. I mix 3 tablespoons of the wet in with her kibble twice a day. She really likes it!
Our dog started licking her paws more and more, where our bed looked like she had peed in it from the wet slobber spot. We switched to this food to test if she is allergic to chicken (most dogs are allergic to chicken) and this one didn’t have any chicken preservatives/ chicken meal etc. She has been better about licking her paws and I think the food has helped. Her farts are soooo stinky though, but she is a bulldog so that’s part of her package.
This is the most ‘crumbly’ dog kibble I have ever experienced. My dogs like it but, the crumbs are a mess! I just opened this bag so, this is from the top. The bottom of the bag is worse, of course. I will have to throw that part away.
This food seems to be helping my dog, but I can’t say it’s high quality and I’m disappointed with how powdery it is. There was more powder than kibble coming out when I dumped the bag into my storage bin. Not sure if it got smooshed during processing?
Our dog would only eat this a few times. After a while, she turned her nose up at it. We realized it was giving off a horrendous fishy smell and the residue left in her dog bowl was unpleasant. We threw away the food and cleaned out her food container and got something else. We will never get this again.
My collie and golden retriever, both older dogs were starting to experience yeast problems that I couldn't, even with vet meds, control. So far, after only being on purina for 10 days the collie's skin flaking is noticeably reduced and the golden's infected ears look much better. This dog food is pricey so I'm hoping it saves on future vet bills.
Not sure how to really rate this flavor. I have always fed my dog Purina Pro Plan, using different flavors. Ordered this large bag of Lamb and Oatmeal. He will not touch it. I even tried mixing it little by little with regular food.