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My English bullmastiff had acne under his skin vet advised to feed him fish oil in his food. So I thought I would try him on purina salmon variety. Well within 4 weeks his coat is gleaming and all bumps under skin gone.
I have been using this product for just over two months let say I can't believe the difference in my dogs I bought a new puppy in April she had been fed this from weaning and still loves it so my others are all fed this ,there is no waste with it they eat the lot
We started on the puppy version, tried a different make then have stuck with the large breed robust version of Pro Plan for some years now. Our lab is doing very well on it and we use it for both her meals and treats, with some of each meal going to her treat pot - it's an ideal size to carry on walks.
Our Cocker Spaniel X Golden Retriever puppy didn't seem interested in food before. She'd just pick at it throughout the day. We had tried a couple of the cheaper 'got all the right nutrients for your dog' brands as we didn't want to be feeding her the commercial brands that are mostly cereals. We got a sample pack of Pro-Plan Puppy from the vets and like the other reviewer said, she wolfs it down! It appears she has expensive tastes...
got it for my baby samoyed the bag is huge and he loves it i can see that his coat is really nice .
I have a standard poodle and poodle cross. my standard poodle after loosing his life long friend my Belgian shepherd, stopped eating loosing a considerable amount of weight. after trying him with differ'nt foods which he wouldn't eat, I bought pro plan. to my relief he ate it. and has a new lease of life. he is nearly 14. my other dog coming off of puppy food also is doing very well on it. both enjoy pro plan and wont eat anything else.
i was recommended this product by the vet for my 7 month old springer spaniel, to combat hyperactivity. it has worked wonders and also proved to suit her stomach better as she no longer has a flatulance problem!!!
This is the only complete food our 6 month old Vizsla will eat. It's very good value and she 'wolfs' it down, especially mixed with a small amount of meat or cheese!