My dog has been on the hills prescription WD diet for a few years now with great success but now the last two bags something is not right. My dog has gotten extremely sick and has been back and forth to the vet. She has thrown up, had bloody diarria, lost weight, lathargic, and now won’t even eat. The vet said she is having a severe allergetic reaction to something. I think it is in the food. My other dogs won’t even eat her food. I wonder if hills used the bad corn from Iowa or Indiana that had the nitro in it that didn’t grow last year. Something has changed. Is anyone else having issues? I asked that the food be tested but was informed that it was not because it is always tested before being sent out.
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The poster did not say senior. They said mature. There is a difference. Regarding “senior” dogs, I never feed senior food to any of my dogs no matter what their age. The senior formulas are often too low in protein. If you have a senior dog you might choose a food that is lower in fat if weight is an issue. Senior dogs actually need more protein than younger dogs as they do not metabolize protein as well as they age. I think Hill’s are too low in protein. The Ideal Balance Mature Adult has protein G/A as 20.5. Hill’s Sience Diet Mature Adult Active Longevity only has a protein G/A of 19.6.
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