Saturday, October 03, 2009

Apparently it's something in Pedigree food;

changing food and the pills have made a world of differene in Security Staff. Nose back to normal size and the rawness going away, eyes back to normal and more energy.

Damned if I know what it is, but I won't be getting that brand for her again.


Fire said...

It was probably the ground corn in it. I believe that is the first ingredient in Pedigree dogfood. Glad she's getting better.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't matter what it is. What I did with my pup, Ozzy was to buy canned and bagged food in small amounts until I found what he liked and what agreed best with him. He now gets 160 grams of Alpo Prime Cuts With Gravy mixed with 200 grams of Purina One Lamb and Rice every evening. He now weighs an acceptable 90 lbs and has more energy and fun than when he weighed 100. Once or twice a day he gets a medium Milk Bone. It took several months and half a dozen wet and dry foods to find this combination. This is the diet he will eat until the Lord calls him home.

Gerry N.

Anonymous said...

What I meant by it doesn't matter what it is, is that as long as it's known that what disagrees with Security Staff is in Pedigree, avoid Pedigree, the actual thing that caused the problem is irrelevant.

Does that make any sense at all? Don' thin' so. I'm tired, its late. I'm going to bed before I make a bigger fool of myself.

Again. Night all,

Gerry N.

Mattexian said...

While not as bad as your pup's problems, we discovered the Nutro brand at the pet store for our old Sheltie, when he was 7 years old (he just passed away at 16, a couple of months ago), and their Senior formula really helped with his joints, and their regular dog food was good for my German Shepherd/Chow mix who had problems with her hair falling out in great swaths if I fed her plain ol' Dog Chow. Now she gets Purina One for Seniors or Iams Senior, depends on what's in stock at my store.