Evo Turkey and Chicken Dry Dog Food - 6.6 lb - Phydeaux Chapel Hill

Evo Turkey and Chicken Dry Dog Food - 6.6 lb - Phydeaux Cary
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EVO Turkey & Chicken Formula Canned Dog Food is grain free. By removing ALL grain from the diet, EVO minimizes starch or carbohydrate intake while maximizing the concentration of protein. In fact, EVO provides high-quality protein at a level that is among the highest available anywhere. In addition, EVO contains both linoleic acid (an omega-6 fatty acid) and omega-3 fatty acids.
Evo Turkey and Chicken Dry Dog Food - 6.6 lb - Phydeaux Raleigh
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I use Wellness brand Core and their 95% canned dog food as a topper. Recently EVO canned 95% was on sale so I bought a few cans figuring it would be similar to what my senior chocolate lab has been eating. Wrong, he’s vomited yellow stomach acid a couple times during the week, we took him to the vet on Friday, he’s on sucralfate 2x a day. I waited a couple days feeding him a bland diet then tried using the EVO chicken turkey canned as a pill wrap, he vomited within a couple hours of administration. The rest of the EVO cans are going back to the store. I don’t even want to drop them at my local shelter for fear of hurting another dog. EVO Turkey and Chicken Large Bite Grain Free Dog Food 28.6 lb
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EVO Turkey & Chicken Formula Small Bites Dry Dog Food is grain free. By removing ALL grain from the diet, EVO minimizes starch or carbohydrate intake while maximizing the concentration of protein. In fact, EVO provides high-quality protein at a level that is among the highest available anywhere. In addition, EVO also contains a source of viable, naturally occurring microorganisms and has both linoleic acid (an omega-6 fatty acid) and omega-3 fatty acids. 28.6 lb. bag.My dog is pretty sensitive to weight changes. At 6 1/2 I noticed she was starting to lose some. I had been feeding her Earthborn which she loved, but wanted something with more protein, so I started mixing in Evo Chicken & Turkey, which I had fed her when I first adopted her since she had stopped eating at the shelter and was underweight. Like before, she immediately got to a healthy weight, so after reading about Evo Weight Mgmt line that it can be used to maintain weight I switched her to that. She was good for about a week, then started having diarrhea and vomited (which she hadn’t done in years), so I started mixing her old food better with the Weight Mgmt and included digestive pumpkin. I did this, mixing the old with the new and the pumpkin for a few weeks (originally I didn’t do it great because she’s never had problems switching foods, always been easy). Anyway she kept having runny poop and vomited again, and then I noticed she was scratching like crazy. Also developed couple red rashes, not sure if that was what she was scratching or caused by the scratching. Only thing that had changed in her environment was switching her to Weight Mgmt, so I switched back to Chicken & Turkey mixed with Earthborn. Her stool returned to normal immediately and after about a week, the itching stopped. Many gourmet dog biscuits on the market today are chock full of grains in one form or another. EVO Wild Cravings Turkey & Chicken Formula Dog Treats are made to complement the feeding of EVO Dog Food and/or a raw diet by supplying a similar high protein and low carbohydrate level, plus a balanced nutritional profile for keeping your dog fit. No empty calories or artificial flavors are found in EVO treats! Only the highest quality turkey and chicken are combined with whole fruit and vegetables to supply important, health promoting nutrients.Must report this food made my dog sicker than I have ever seen her; she is eight. Transitioned her from Wysong Epigen Chicken to EVO GF Weight Mgmt (also a chicken & turkey based food). When I transition I always give a TBS or two plain greek yogurt which does the trick. I fed 2/3 Wyong + 1/3 EVO for a week, then went to 1/3 Wysong + 2/3 EVO. Two to three days into the second week she began to vomit and have diarrhea. Everywhere. Many times a day. For an entire week. Omg…it was hell. Any other time she’s had digestive disturbances, they lasted 2 days MAX. Am so disappointed, I really wanted this to work. Called company to see if any reported issues with the batch I purchased, they were great; I really appreciated their response. She compared the EVO to the Epigen to see if there were any differing ingredients that could be the culprit. There was not fish in the Epigen, although there was fish oil…plus she’s been fine on other salmon foods. Also…and maybe this was it….the alfalfa – never had her on anything with that….and it is the red highlighted ingredient above. Has anyone else experience this on the GF Weight Mgmt, or with a food containing alfalfa? Thanks!