we just came back with 5 bags of Fromm and 5 bags of Stella and Chewey freeze dried..
I am so glad you mentioned Stella and Chewy! I had heard that was really good, and I was going to check it out but forgot! I thought I could buy a small bag of that and incorporate it as part of my treats, to start with. So, thanks!
If I were you, I'd keep what you are doing - - you are providing your dog with the vitamins/minerals it needs through Stella and Chewy for now, if not necessarily through Fromm, and we don't know that for sure at this time. If you were only feeding Fromm, my advice would be different, but I think you're okay for now. When you come back to the states, we may know more and you can make a decision based on what we know at that time.
In just looking up Stella and Chewy right now, I read this regarding your concern. I personally thought it was a good advice. This is what the article recommended:
As of this moment… The FDA is just beginning its investigation. Results are not yet available.
It will take time and considerably more research to determine if there’s a definite link between grain-free dog foods and DCM. Until we know for sure… Be patient. Don’t overreact. And don’t be frightened by all the well-meaning yet misguided advice you’ll surely encounter on the Internet.
Base your feeding decisions on facts and science. Especially accurate label analysis.
Keep in mind… Many of the very best dog foods on the market are grain free… And they’re made by some of the most respected companies in the USA and Canada. We’re confident the industry will quickly adapt its recipes to any decisive conclusions reached by the FDA’s future findings.
Should that be necessary. Until then… Our very best advice… Stay Informed