It sounds like you might need to try a hypo-allergenic food for the one dog. Eventhough, Sundancer is going in the right direction (I believe it’s grain free) it’s still not hypo-allergenic. And even if you want to feed one food to both dogs, it would still be okay to feed your non allergic dog the hypo-allergenic food. Check out the “best dog foods” title on the left of this site. Then click on suggested hypo-allergenic foods for some great suggestions. Some I recommend are: Nature’s Variety LIDs, Natural Balance LIDs and California Natural.
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Karen, do try either a wee bit or sundancer, both by Solid Gold. They have never had a recall, made in CA, are very careful with their ingredients, no grains. We feed the A Wee Bit to our smaller dogs who like small kibble, and Sundancer to our larger one. Buy it online and save big $, free shipping, from Petco. Do,change over slowly, as all dog foods need to be switched slowly. We also feed canned mixed in, Holistic Select brand. We also throw in a little bit of the frozen raw made by Nature's Variety Instinct, which they really like. It is thawed in the fridge, a little bit at a time, before feeding. Our dogs are performance dogs, so we make sure they get plenty of good food for their energy.
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I have tried switching my two bassetts from Pedigree dry dog food to, first, Avoderm, and now, Solid Gold Sundancer. I have one dog that seems to be allergic to every good dog food I try to switch him to as his nose becomes so dry and nasty and his eyes become runny. The other one is fine with any dog food. Does anyone have any suggestions as I am at my wits end and feel like putting him back on Pedigree as to not make him uncomfortable. Thanks!
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