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I would go to your local pet store and have a conversation with someone knowledgeable on the dog food that is sold there. For skin allergies it can be an array of things from evironment to their diet but if you go the diet route try and eliminating any poultry or beef as well as go grain free avoid things like corn, soy, and wheat. Just let them know you cant spend an arm and a leg and hopefully they’ll be able to take you to a bargain brand that they carry that is of moderate quality and free of any of those ingredients.
All dry dog food with a Nutritional Adequacy Statement is going to be safe for your dog and meet the minimum nutritional requirement set out by the AAFCO. But, better ingredients will provide better overall health for your dog. Look for high-quality protein listed as the first ingredient, avoid grains like corn, wheat, or soy in favor of oats or quinoa, and pass on added fillers like sugars and added sauces.
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But, all too often, dog food companies use corn, wheat and soy as a cheap way to add extra calories to the dog food without adding nutritional value.All dog foods are not created equal but most of the low-quality dog food brands have a few things in common. Some of the worst dog food brands on the market load up their products with inexpensive fillers like corn and wheat products – their products also tend to be carb-heavy instead of meat-based. Low-quality pet foods make heavy use of by-products and plant proteins, plus they often use artificial colors and flavors to make their products more palatable for pets and the people who care for them. Something else these foods have in common is frequent product recalls. Here is an overview of the top 10 worst dog food brands of 2016:—-Look for food without wheat, corn, or corn gluten meal in the ingredients. Most chain store dog foods have these in the ingredients, but these also have no nutritional value. They are known as “fillers.” They fill up the bag, and make you think that you’re feeding your pet healthy food, but you’re not. Many dogs also develop allergies to these fillers. If your pet is extra itchy or obsessively licks or bites at their feet, legs or other areas, they may have a food allergy, and you probably need to change to a food without corn, wheat, or chicken by-product. At Pet Me Scratch Me, there are no foods with corn, wheat, or corn gluten meal.Purina Dog Chow – The Purina name applies to a number of pet food brands produced and manufactured by the Nestle Purina PetCare Company. The company began as the Ralston Purina Company in 1893 and it currently includes more than half a dozen different product lines. Purina Dog Chow is one of Purina’s oldest products and, unfortunately, one of the worst products as well. Purina Dog Chow offers an assortment of recipes for puppies, adult dogs, small dogs, large dogs, and picky eaters – there are also natural formulas and recipes for weight management. The classic Dog Chow recipe is made with whole grain corn, meat and bone meal, corn gluten meal, soybean meal, and chicken by-product meal among the first six ingredients. As a whole, and non-nutritive ingredients like corn, wheat, and soy products – their dog foods are also loaded with artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives. Unfortunately, many dog owners still buy these products because they are cheap and because they sound like good products based on what’s printed on the package.