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  Peanut-free dog food suggestions (worthj1970)
Posted: 9:42:39 am on 5/2/2007 Modified: Never
 
<font face="Verdana" size="2" color="Black"><P>My son has a peanut/nut allergy. Does anyone have any suggestions on proven dog food for our new puppy that is peanut/nut free? We have tried the Old Roy brand and while the dog loves it, I suspect that there is an allergen in there, even though it isn't listed.</P> <P>All help appreciated!</P> <P>John W.</P></font>
 
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  Re: Peanut-free dog food suggestions (Guest)
Posted: 7:31:32 pm on 5/2/2007 Modified: Never
 
You probably do not know this but Ole Roy is just about the worse food you can buy. There is very little nutrition value to it. The reasons dogs seem to love it is because it is loaded with sugar, fats and salts - (Lard AAFCO: The rendered fat of swine. Very low in linoleic acid but very attractive to pets, used to make poor quality food more appealing. Few nutritional benefits). Sorta like a dog version of human junk food. Any dog food with the first ingredient listed as corn is not good. This is because corn has no nutritional value and is just a filler. It causes the dog to produce more than normal stools. There are alot of ingredients listed that the average person has no idea what the ingredient actually is. Peanut hulls and shells are often in cheaper end dog foods but they are not listed n the label as peanut hulls/shells. I believe they are listed as cellulose or fiber. The best food to feed for allergens is Nutro Lamb and Rice but the price is much more than you are used to paying. If you question this, just cut the label part off the the Ole Roy brand and google the ingredients one by one and you will learn what you are actually feeding your dog! Good luck.
 
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