I recommend reading:
Early Kidney Disease - Difficulty Getting Her to Eat
What may guide your path:
Kidney values relative to normal.
Is there proteinurea?
For homemade, read DogAware and accompanying websites.
Proctor & Gamble Purchases Natura
Saw this on another dog forum and thought it was worth passing on.
-ClarEmmKai- last edited by
Well heck…I wonder how that has affected their food so far. I'm guessing this aquisition was in the makings for at least a year and wonder if P&G staffers have already turned over a product for Natura.
I did notice that with the last batch of Evo - Red meat, they had placed a sticker label over the ingredient section, which made me think that there was a change in their formula. Our B had a problem going through this last bag and would sometimes not eat his food. We struck this up to perhaps his food going bad. Hmm...food for thought and good to know.
I'm peeved because now we have to find another option. It took Kairoe, two months to get on track with Evo. :mad:
Thanks for the post.
lvoss last edited by
I rotate foods. Evo is one that I have in my rotation though I will probably think twice about picking up a new bag of it.
You may want to try Orijen, Instinct or Taste of the Wild as alternatives to Evo.
tanza last edited by
I have also been rotating, but had not added EVO to the mix, guess I will not…. While I order mostly on line, I am not as limited as to what is sold in stores, at least not all the time.
Kipawa last edited by
What DOESN'T Proctor and Gamble own? I hate hearing about product takeovers because you can pretty well be assured that quality goes down.