Purina® Pro Plan® Sensitive Skin & Stomach Adult Dog Food
I switched my pup (Australian Shepard mix) from iams to pro plan sensitive formula a few months ago because I suspected a food allergy. We recently adopted him so we weren't sure of any prior conditions. He was always itchy (no fleas), shedding profusely, and he had a really funky smell that always managed to return shortly after baths. It didn't take long after switching his food to notice a complete difference in his skin and coat. He's no longer itching, the shedding is now moderate (to be expected with a long hair dog), his coat is so soft and shiny, and his funky smell is gone. He loves the taste, and I've even started mixing a little of the canned food with the dry food for an extra treat. I'm a very happy customer.
September 18, 2014
Great food and a good price
I have been feeding Pro Plan Sensitive Skin & Stomach Adult Dog Food for about two years now. My vet recommended this and my three dogs do very well on it. I like to have it shipped to me first because I normally save money that way and it saves me a trip to the store. I have tried several other salmon based foods but none were as easily found as this one and at a good price too. It has always been fresh when opened.
February 24, 2014
Most food and my 7 year old Lab don't agree. I tried several only to have a clean up in the morning. Great for weight control, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't too healthy for her. One measured cup of Pro Plan SS&S in the morning and one in the evening seems to keep her at 90 lbs. yup, she's a big, but not fat, dog. Cold weather, it's 8 this morning, hip displasia on one side and a blown knee on the other means controlled, limited exercise to keep her relatively pain free.
February 9, 2014
New Forever Customer
i just recently changed my keeshond's food from Blue Buffalo which she had been on since she was a puppy to the sensitive skin and stomach purina pro plan and I love it!! her energy is greatly changed and she seems much happier. we weren't having any problems with her while she was on Blue Buffalo but I learn that Blue Buffalo is known to cause liver/kidney failure in cats (and I have two cats that were on Blue Buffalo at the time) and since I was going to switch my cats, I might as well switch my dog too. keep up the great work!!!!
January 21, 2014