My dog Logan has a sensitive stomach and he will decide without warning that he will no longer eat a brand of food that he was fine with for months or years. He decided that Purina Pro Plan chicken flavored dry was no longer acceptable and walked away from his dish refusing to eat. I switched to Purina Pro Plan lamb flavor and slowly reintroducing it into his diet. He seems okay with it and hopefully we don't run into this problem again. He's done this with the beef flavor also, rejecting it after eating it for a long time. He's had digestive issues before and I want to avoid this, so far it seems to agree with him without causing gas or loose stools. So far so good....
My pit began having more allergy breakthroughs so his vet suggested changing his food to either science diet or Purina pro plan. I initially tried the salmon with him and he would pick out the previous food and leave the salmon in the bowl. Once starting to switch him to lamb, he gobbles down the entire bowl in one sitting. We are still in the process of switching, but as of right now, he absolutely loves the lamb flavor. My only complaint is that it doesn’t come in a bigger package than 24lbs.
My dog lost his hair, was horribly itchy and had a bad double ear infection when I couldn’t get his old food and had to switch to a chicken based food. Within 2 weeks of using the lamb and rice formula. His hair is growing back, his scratching has stopped and the infection is almost gone! Guess we found out the source of his problem!
After considerable research finding the best dog food for skin allergies, the Purina ProPlan did not meet with our expectations. Bella's skin condition was exacerbated. We will need to find another brand and will look to our friends at Chewy to help us. The kibble contained tons of crumbs too. Thank you. Bella's Mom
This dog food is probably fine. My dog loved it, but it gave him lots of loose poops while we were trying to change him to this food over a period of 2 weeks. We went back to our old food. The old food had rice. This has oat. I assume my dog must have been sensitive to oat.
Our pup has a sensitive tummy. We were so thrilled to find what we needed at reasonable pricing. We opted in on the subscription delivery and love how seamless it works. Recently, our vet said it was time for Cora to get off puppy food. CHEWY was able to change our order without a hiccup in product or shipping.
My dogs ate Purina Simply Beyond Lamb and Barley for years without trouble. So, of course, Purina stops making it. Now because of their digestive issues with coloring and preservatives, I have to buy Purina Pro Plan Lamb and Oatmeal. It stinks, gives them gas, my dogs don't like it, and each bag is upwards of 1/4 powdered food because it crumbles too easily. Also, because it's soft kibble, my dogs suddenly need dental cleanings!
My dog absolutely loves this food and it doesn’t unsettle his stomach! I tried many “top brand” dry food during the first year or two and always stayed away from Purina but there are so many misconceptions that dog food needs to be expensive to be good. The most expensive foods ended up being the worst for my dog’s stomach! Purina Pro Plan is so reliable and affordable for a large bag that will last 6-8 weeks for my 30 lb pup. Highly highly recommended.
My dog has been eating this for a couple years until shortages in 2022. When it was available again, the last bag was very crumbly and powdery, like the whole bag was the very bottom of an old bag of food. My dog doesn’t like eating it. I’ll try one more bag since it has always been great food, hoping I just got a random bad bag. I hope the powder mess isn’t the new normal.
I'm so happy with this purchase! My hubby & I adopted our 9 month old pitty about 6 weeks ago. Our vet recommend switching to an adult food for a sensitive stomach after weeks of trying to correct some of the nastiest poo I've ever seen in my life and this has done the trick! He now has consistent poos that are a nice color and consistency! So happy!