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For all the owners here who feed Canidae... Do you find your dogs have horrible gas??
I'm not sure if it is the food, or if it is just a terrier thing, but both our Bull Terrier and our Pitbull have AWFUL gas!
Our other three dogs are fine with the food (two are on Canidae, Emmett is still on EVO), so I am curious if it is just something that comes with owning a terrier, or if the food doesn't agree with their systems for some odd reason? Any insight, personal experiences?
Remember not all dogs do well on Canidae. I tried to add Canidae in my lab's food rotation and she did horrible on it. She always seemed to be scratching which she's never does, shedding more, and her coat looked dull.. What works well on one dog, might not work well on another.
Good luck and hang in there with all that gasseyness.. lol
Both my full grown female and my male puppy are on Canidae and the rescue I work with uses Canidae for all of our rescues and we've never had a problem with it. In fact my female's gas went away when I started Canidae. If you are noticing bad gas, you can try adding 1-2 TBSP's of PLAIN yogurt to the food, some green beans, or some PLAIN canned pumpkin (1-2 TBSP's depending on the size of the dog, I do 2 for my 70 pounders). My one that passed away used to get bad gas (wasn't on Canidae) and I would give him a couple of TBSP's of yogurt and a couple of TBSP's of pumpkin mixed together and it solved the problem, never smelled him again.