Wellness or Blue Buffalo? Discuss ways to improve the quality of your dog's life and longevity through proper nutrition; a place for all of your questions and answers about feeding your pooch!
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|Barked: Sat Jun 15, '13 9:48am PST |
|I had Daisy Mae on Blue Wilderness chicken for a few years. She is prone to seasonal allergies and I wanted to make sure to minimize things she might also be allergic too so I switched her to Wellness Simple, grain-free Turkey and potato formula. She did great on the Blue Wilderness and has adjusted well to the wellness. She is still itchy depending in the pollen count, but is less gassy than she was on the Blue Wilderness even though she had been on it for over a year and a half. I think she requires less of the Wellness Simple to feel full, but that could also be the warmer weather. She does not like to eat when it is hot out.|
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|Barked: Sun Jun 16, '13 6:27am PST |
|Both are good foods. My puppy was on Wilderness, but it didn't agree with him so he's trying Wellness Super 5 Mix (mixed with his prescription food) . He's on the Whitefish and Sweat Potato - it actually smells like fish and he loves it. I'm giving him a few weeks to adjust because he's got such a sensitive tummy. I also wanted to try Fromm's but it was hard to come by where I lived. Another one that people seem to like and recommend is Taste of the Wild. Each pet is different, but those are two good foods on the market.|
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