A friend of mine has 2 extra large dogs on this diet from time to time. She says it's not too expensive although it takes alot of time to prepare. Some of the diet's recipes call for alot of supplements which can cost alot up front but they do last awhile as only teaspoons are needed for each meal. I'll see if I can the some websites from her to pass on to you.
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Thank you. I have an older dog, Cody is 12. And Riley is 4. Cody has been scratching and itching very badly. Shampoo helps a little. I did give them some raw ham bones and supplement with Missing Link. I am still researching so any information would be great.
daisylady have you asked your vet about food allergies? During the winter months is the best time to do a food trial, because there are no other allergens in the air during this time. There are some very good hypoallergenic foods on the market now for your pets.
I do not think he has food allergies, but I do think cheap food wasn't helping. I did buy a better quality brand food without the junk additives. I am also giving both dogs some raw bones every couple of days. So far, so good!