X-girl wrote:I'm so confused. There were SO SO MANY positives about Canidae when another 1 of these threads was started several weeks ago. There's just nothing perfect that's practical for me, it seems. I did a ton of research when I learned about Iams and really thought I made the best possible choice in Canidae, now it seems I haven't. I know that Canidae is in 2nd place in the "perfect diet" poll on forum...can someone reassure me that it is indeed a good product? Thanks in advance!
barbponys wrote:Confidence in your food is important, if you are comfortable feeding it, that's what matters.
barbponys wrote:Especially with the cat, being on Iams for so long it may be profound. Stinky stools and breath, oily skin, dull dry hair, shedding like mad, may last for up to a month but may not. When all is said and done she will look amazing and feel much better too.
Another thing I don't believe in is a slow switch. Going from low grade to high grade usually goes pretty smoothly. Their body usually sucks up the nutrients it's been lacking. If there are loose stools it's usually a day or two, yogurt helps with that. I have never done the mix thing with my dogs or my cat. The healthier the digestive tract the less issue they have with change.
3) Sunflower oil. It has been found to cause problems in dogs and cats. Instead of helping with the skin and coat it was found to be one of the problems with itching and breakouts. They don't seem to be able to deal with that particular oil or safflower oil.
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