That is not an easy question to answer. We feel that every dog is an individual and
what works for one, may not for another. So we’ve compiled a small list of foods
NOT containing the potential allergens “CORN, WHEAT or SOY” This is not a complete
list but can be used as an aide while searching for a compatible diet for your dog.
Remember to avoid these potential allergens when choosing canned food and treats
When changing formulas, it is a good idea to feed ½ of your dog’s old diet with ½
of the new one for a few days to gradually get the dog’s system used to the change.
It can also be beneficial to add a bit of cooked white rice or canned pumpkin during
Know that chronic ear infections, continual skin problems, licking, eye rubbing,
excessive eye tearing, and generalized itchiness canall be food related. Whether
it’s an actual allergy or just intolerance to a particular ingredient, simply changing
a dog’s diet can at times help to avoid costly vet bills.
We carry the Eagle Holistic Food Canidae and a few California Natural varieties
here at Eclipse. We do this simply as a convenience to our customers and because
it is what we’ve chosen to feed our own animals.
Eclipse Dog Grooming does not advocate one brand over another. We realize that every
dog is unique, so it may take time to find a food that works best for your dog. If
you are having any chronic health problems with your pet, we urge you to slowly experiment
with different brands of food. Make sure to transition gradually and give each food
at least 2 months to see improvement. Stop the transition immediately if the problem
increases or new problems arise. Look below to begin the search for your dog’s “best”