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 Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Sweet Potato & Venison Dog Food
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My 2 year old Jack Russell mix has always had food allergies requiring a limited ingredient diet. Most recently with the stress of my being away for a 2 week hospital stay he developed IBS (Intestinal Bowel Syndrome). Putting him on a bland diet didn't really help. My vet said to feed an uncommon protein as well as keeping his diet very restricted. I picked up a bag of Natural Balance L.I.D. Sweet Potato & Venison kibble and also the wet food. First off he loves it. He is a picky eater. Second, his IBS symptoms are now gone! He's back to being an active happy dog. This food is everything I could have hoped for.
Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diets Venison & Sweet Potato Formula Canned Dog Food
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Writing as a follow-up to my previous review. I switched my 5-mo old GSD puppy off of the Natural Balance: Venison and Sweet Potato food immediately after writing the review to a different limited ingredient dog food and lo' and behold, all of the problems cleared up within a day or two. Fur stopped stinking like cat urine, feces became smaller (normal sized) and of appropriate smell and color. I was contacted by a NB customer service rep after I wrote the review. I gave her all of the product's information and the circumstances surrounding my dog's problems with their food. I was told they had never received complains like mine before. (have they read this forum?!) I was told, it wasn't the food that was causing these issues. Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diets Venison & Sweet Potato Formula Canned Dog Food
Photo provided by FlickrDick Van Patten’s Natural Balance Venison & Brown Rice Formula Dog Food in 5 lb, 17 lb, and 30 lb bags.
Photo provided by FlickrNatural Balance canned dog food, 13 oz., Flavors: Beef Formula, Chicken Formula, Lamb Formula, Venison and Brown Rice.
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Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Sweet Potato & Venison Formula is part of the Allergy-Free line of foods created for dogs prone to food allergies or sensitivities. This dog food limits the ingredients in your dog's diet, which may help to reduce allergic reactions such as skin problems, upset stomach, or an irritable bowel. Fresh sweet potatoes and real venison meat provide high-quality nutrition without any artificial preservatives, flavors, or colors.Nutritional Statement: Dick Van Patten's Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Sweet Potato & Venison Formula is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for adult maintenance.Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets are specially formulated to help reduce allergic reactions in dogs with food sensitivities. By using fresh protein sources and quality carbohydrates not found in many other dog foods (such as sweet potatoes and real venison meat) these simple ingredients may help to rebuild your dog's immune system and reduce allergic reactions. Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids help to maintain your dog's skin health and shiny coat.Some dogs may be highly sensitive to commonly used proteins, carbohydrates and food additives in their diet. Allergic reactions can lead to irritable bowel, upset stomach, and a number of skin problems. Natural Balance has created Sweet Potato & Venison Formula for dogs with these food allergies.Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Sweet Potato & Venison Formula is a proven formula for dogs with allergies based on our unique blend of a premium protein and carbohydrate not commonly found in dog foods. No grains such as wheat, barley, rice, or corn.Puppies can begin nibbling on moistened Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Sweet Potato & Fish Dry Dog Food before they are weaned. From six weeks to six months, feed three times a day. You may want to add a small amount of Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Venison & Sweet Potato Canned Dog Food for ease of feeding. The amount of canned dog food can be gradually decreased as the puppy matures. After six months, it is recommended to feed twice daily.