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Have a 13 year old red nose red pit bull. At age of 4, he became allergic to corn in his dog food? At age 10 he became allergic to wheat. Then his eyes started to bulge, like his thyroid wasn't working right? Tried several things, but his best treatment is a cup of yogurt a day. And we either do back to basic dog food, duck seems to work the best or we go raw. He eats carrots and apples as treats. And at his age...roller blades with my daughter and clocked at 35 mph. Healthy boy!! (corn is very common to acquire and allergy after prolong usage in humans too! ) Hope your baby gets better!!
Cat food is easily more expensive than dog food, due to dogs being biologically capable of processing vegetable proteins whereas cats cannot. This means cat food SHOULD only contain animal protein and is thus more expensive.
There arefew options that you can choose from, such as once a day, 2-3 times per day, or"free-feeding", which means that there's always food available for your dog.However, most vets will agree that 2-3 meals per day is the best option.