What are the best Hypoallergenic dog foods to feed your large breed dog.?

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  1. Shay P

    I feed Science Diet, the vet reccomended it. Never feed your dog vegetarian food. It’s cruel, no matter what PETA says.
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  2. mamabird

    iams is the best
    pedigree and purina is good too
    anything less expensive than that is not good
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  3. sierragreywolf

    Though my dog is considered a small breed, I feed him IAMS. He seems to thrive well on this an maintains a good weight and coat.
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  4. iIuvdogs*:) =)

    iams is the best
    pedigree and purina is good too
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  5. coogansbluff51

    Each dog may or may not do well on a certain food. We feed Diamond Hi pro to a couple and Purina Pro Plan Chicken and Rice to the others. The low cost supermarket or feed store brands will result in greater stool volumne due to less assimiliation of the food
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  6. chippychip

    eukinuba is the best that is what all the show dogs eat and sites show like the akc show that that is the healthiest food for them and keep them on DRY food only and expensive it is worth it rather than a sick dog or dead dog please don’t have a dead dog lol umm they get to dependant on the not dry food the dry just sits out so they can eat it when ever the wet they have to be feed so often so if you aren’t home all the time then they will starve to death NO MORE DEAD DOGS!!!! lol umm eukinuba all the way though that is what all the breeders recomend well like all the maltese breeders that we went to i guess each dog can be a little different but otherwise iams is 2nd place then the pedigree then nothing that is good for them don’t feed them any thing less than that
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  7. Kandra

    I agree that pedigree is wonderful. I have a pit that is 6years old and about 100lbs and a boxer that is 5 months oldand about 30lbs. They have enough weight, shiny coats and seem content eating it.
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  8. Kimmie

    There are several amazing brands of food available in a pet food shop, none named here thusfar.
    Iams uses slaughterhouse waste and indigestible fibres and fish oils..giving dogs a horrid body odor and huge #2’s! (Iams wouldn’t send me pics of their food plant…go figure!!)
    Purina/ProPlan hardly uses meat at all, mostly grains, some indigestible…dogs NEED meat…!! Again, huge poops and dull skin/coat!
    Science Diet has been nicknamed Science Death – dogs can’t process pork fat yet they list it as a major ingredient. SD also uses ground grain sorghum – a cheap low quality pig food !
    ‘Why pay BIG BUCKS for these products? What are you really getting? Nice TV advertisements and radio announcements? Not worth it since Iams was bought by Proctor and Gamble, and Science Diet was bought by Colgate Palmolive!!!
    What you want to find is a product that contains MEAT as its’ first,second and preferably, third ingredients. Keep the grains and fibres further down the list. Yes, dogs need them, but not in filler quantities.Dogs can’t digest corn any easier than people do, think about it! Make sure the food contains veggies. Make sure it contains proper omega 3 and 6 fatty acids in the form of salmon oil or herring oil. Other fish oils can’t be digested well and usually just make the dog smell. Look for glucosamine and chondroitin in large-breed foods. Look for words like "natural" "holistic" or "human grade".
    Brands we sell most are: Nutro Ultra, Natural Balance, Performatrin Ultra, K9 Plus, Nutram, Nutrience, Eagle Pack. Talk to people from local shops about these foods. Once a dog has been on them for minimum of 2 months, the results are very obvious! Best of Luck
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