Yo are so right! I keep hearing about the benefits of raw food but our daughter has a licensed daycare that we drive an hour to help out and visit (so have to take Poodle) Regulations bar contact with animals fed a raw food diet when you work with toddlers or elderly, so we can't try it. I am thinking I will try boiled vegetablesFood elimination is HARD!! After a lot of confusion, I've finally discovered that Annie is sensitive to both chicken and fish - but ONLY if they are "fish meal" "chicken meal" etc, in a dog food. She throws up any food with too much fish, and is quite gassy with chicken meal. She's completely fine with cooked or raw chicken even in large quantities, or canned fish, or dried fish treats. I feed Acana Classic Red, and also had success with Taste of the Wild Puppy (the red meat one). I'm trying really hard not to convince myself I shouldn't switch her to homecooked food. I've been spoiling her with cooked veggies + canned food as a reward for taking her medicine, and her digestion has improved. She's from multi generations of raw-fed poodles, so I guess I shouldn't be too surprised.
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