My dog has must have a allergy to certain dog foods, she can only eat your Wholesome medley,...
she eats anything else she gets a yeast infection
so bad she has to be treated through the vet, I am
having a hard time finding wholesome medley in
my local stores. They have the 210 pound bags,
but my dog only weight 11 pounds and the big
bag would go stale before she could eat it, Also
I cant find any cupons for Wholesom Medley, Is there just a back log on production the 5lb bags or
have you stoped making this size.
Thank you for your help in this matter
I do not know where you can buy that dog food, but there are other options. What is she allergic to is the first thing you should find out. I would suggest going to a pet store that sells a variety of dog food, and look for the brands like, Taste of the Wild, Natural Balance, Purina Integrity and Pure by Eukanuba. And seeing which one has an ingredient list similar to the dog food that you are already using. All of these dog foods pretty much have a limited ingredient formula. They are also sold in bags as small as 5 pounds.
You could take out enough of the food for a few days and then put the rest into a freezer container and freeze it.
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