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    My dog has been on same food for a while nowbut i think now she might have a allergy to it looking for suggestions on a high quality grain free dog food not high in protein want to stay around 25% on protein. right now she is on Innova . thanks for your suggestions

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    I used to feed Origen, but switched to Acana....same company a little less protein and a bit less expensive. Dogs are doing great on it!
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    Try natures domain from Costco. I use the salmon and sweet potatoe, there is bother kind as well. 24% protein 14% fat. Reasonable cost and we have been pleased.

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    I use Earthborn, My dogs love it. High in protein and no grain.

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    What brand / formula are you feeding now? What makes you think that your dog has an allergy to the food your feeding now. Symptoms??? I too use the Natures Domain from Costco, the Turkey, Sweet Potatoe formula.
    Canidae, Taste of the Wild, may be some brands to check out. As you may know... many grain free are higher protein/fat/calorie food.
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    I fed Taste of The Wild for about 3 months but didn't like the results.
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    I've been having good luck with this food WWW.backtobasicspetfood.com I've been feeding the duck formula for a couple months now. I have one dog that is a picky eater but not on this food, he loves it.
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    Try Nature's Variety Instinct. Pricey but my guys do great on it
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    Natures Variety Raw Instinct kibble
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    I switched not to long ago to Victor. It's made in the U.S.A. (Mount Pleasant, TX) and has no soy, wheat, corn or glutens. I noticed a difference in my dogs almost immediately. www.victordogfood.com The best part, it won't break the bank! They also have a formula that is completely grain free.

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