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Best dog food for labradoodles

I'm hoping that someone with more experience can weigh in and tell me what to feed my Lab/Labradoodle. My Labradoodle is 7 pounds, he has some health issues (pancreatic hyperplasia) so I'm trying to make sure I'm doing the right thing by his diet.

So I've had this debate with my vet, who I know has a lot of experience and I've been following his recommendation for a while now (about a year or two). I've gone through all the different food companies, and I'm very interested in any recommendations you may have. I've done my homework, and this is what I've found so far.

There's only a couple of food companies I've considered and researched thoroughly, and this is what I've come up with:

I've heard that some people feel that KMRD is a healthy choice, so I've also considered that. I've considered a lot of different dog food options, and am not necessarily looking for a grn free option (I'm aware that there are very few), although the company does offer a grn free formula.

Any thoughts, opinions, or experiences are much appreciated! I'd really appreciate any thoughts or recommendations from those with experience and a more diverse background of knowledge.

I don't know much about diets for puppies and dogs, but have you considered feeding them the dog food that you would feed a puppy?

If that doesn't work for some reason (you want to avoid the 'puppy' smell on the dog, or it's a puppy and the puppy food is expensive), you could also use canned or dried puppy food and add it to their meals. That's what my friends did, for their puppies.

I know a dog that's very health conscious. She eats the same thing for lunch every day, which is an all-natural canned dog food, the brand I don't know. They have a different diet for different stages of life, and the canned food is pretty good. It's about $30 per bag, but you might be able to save by shopping around.

Also, since you're feeding a puppy now, try to feed their puppy food until they're about 6 months old. Puppies will eat anything, and you can always stop feeding the food and feed them normal kibble later, if they won't eat the puppy food.

I'm hoping that someone with more experience can weigh in and tell me what to feed my Lab/Labradoodle. My Labradoodle is 7 pounds, he has some health issues (pancreatic hyperplasia) so I'm trying to make sure I'm doing the right thing by his diet.

I've had this debate with my vet, who I know has a lot of experience and I've been following his recommendation for a while now (about a year or two). I've gone through all the different food companies, and I'm very interested in any recommendations you may have. I've done my homework, and this is what I've found so far.

There's only a couple of food companies I've considered and researched thoroughly, and this is what I've come up with:

I've heard that some people feel that KMRD is a healthy choice, so I've also considered that. I've considered a lot of different food options, and am not necessarily looking for a grn free option (I'm aware that there are very few), although the company does offer a grn free formula.

Any thoughts, opinions, or experiences are much appreciated! I'd really appreciate any thoughts or recommendations from those with experience and a more diverse background of knowledge.

Thanks so much! I do appreciate it!

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Originally Posted by jasnim

I don't know much about diets for puppies and dogs, but have you considered feeding them the dog food that you would feed a puppy?

If that doesn't work for some reason (you want to avoid the 'puppy' smell on the dog, or it's a puppy and the puppy food is expensive), you could also use canned or dried puppy food and add it to their meals. That's what my friends did, for their puppies.

I know a dog that's very health conscious. She eats the same thing for lunch every day, which is an all-natural canned dog food, the brand I don't know. They have a different diet for different stages of life, and the canned food is pretty good. It's about $30 per bag, but you might be able to save by shopping around.

Also, since you're feeding a puppy now, try to feed their puppy food until they're about 6 months old. Puppies will eat anything, and you can always stop feeding the food and feed them normal kibble later, if they won't eat the puppy food.

Thank you!

Yes, I definitely think I'd want to go with a grn free dog food (but my vet has told me that as long as he doesn't have a problem with grns, he's fine with a grn-free diet). I was initially going to be feeding him the dog food that we have for our puppy (which is basically a brand called "Good Dog Food"). But he has a very sensitive stomach and he has been getting diarrhea off and on, so I was going to switch to a dog food that is grn free (which I believe is the brand they recommend).

I know a dog that's very health conscious. She eats the same thing for lunch every day, which is an all-natural canned dog food, the brand I don't know. They have a different diet for different stages of life, and the canned food is pretty good. It's about $30 per bag, but you might be able to save by shopping around.

Also, since you're feeding a puppy now, try to feed their puppy food until they're about 6 months old. Puppies will eat anything, and you can always stop feeding the food and feed them normal kibble later, if they won't eat the puppy food.

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