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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-08-2010, 12:34 AM Thread Starter
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Has anyone heard anything about the dog food Lamaderm? I was reading the ingredients and it said No by-products, no corn, It was Lamb and Rice. I've been told by my Groomer and Vet, that when picking dog food, I need to make sure there is no Corn or Wheat or by-products listed in the first 4 ingredients. Alot of Dogs are alergic or can't digest Corn or Wheat, and By-products are just bad. This is why I choose Wellness for my Doxie mix cooper, when i transitioned him to adult food. Anyway sorry I'm blabbing... Has anyone heard Anything About Lamaderm?

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I haven't heard of it but I'm a bit weary of the formula as Vitamin C is quite high & dogs really don't need to be supplemented Vitamin C as their bodies produce it naturally. Also, it seems that they added vitamin supplements opposed to foods that have it in the natural state. See their digestive track is short so they're bodies don't break it down as well if it is in supplement form.


Heres a good place to research a dog food brand if its listed
www.dogfoodanalysis.com
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I haven't heard of it but I'm a bit weary of the formula as Vitamin C is quite high & dogs really don't need to be supplemented Vitamin C as their bodies produce it naturally. Also, it seems that they added vitamin supplements opposed to foods that have it in the natural state. See their digestive track is short so they're bodies don't break it down as well if it is in supplement form.


Heres a good place to research a dog food brand if its listed
www.dogfoodanalysis.com
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