Hello, my cat has a lot of digestion issues and we have tried several brands and foods but the one that seems to work better is Lilly I’ve sensitive digestion hypoalergenic lamb and salmon grain free formula. Has this item been discontinued? because I can’t find it in the web page even though my veterinary still has it.
Hi, have been feeding my cat Brit Care Missy (for sterilised cats) since he was a kitten, but recently noticed the package has changed. Didn't notice the food composition changed as well and fed it without transition period. In result it caused diahrea with blood spots. After checking the composition, immediately returned to old package, as found some leftovers at the pet store and cats stool normalized. After that we begun food transition, and at first everything seemed fine, but now trying to mix in more than 50% of the "new" food seems like cats digestion reacts badly again. In general my pet is healthy, no other problems. Is there anything in the new composition that might have caused this? Can this food be replaced with any other from same line and suitable for sterilised cats?
How much should I feed?
Hi, I have a shih-tzu puppy at home and I'm not sure if I'm feeding him right so I wanted to ask here. I'm currently feeding him with Brit-Care Grain Free Puppy (Salmon and Potato). As far as what's listed, I am using 50g / day as my estimate although i do go above that amount as it seems my puppy is still hungry even after finishing after every meal. I feed him 3x a day with the 50g amount spread out through the day. Any feedback or help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Kibble size - Brit Sensitive
Hi. We've been giving Brit Lamb & Rice Sensitive to our young male dog as he has often suffered from diarrhoea. It has really sorted this problem out and he enjoys the food. However, recently, we've found that the kibble in the15kg bag has now got much bigger (at least doubled in size) while the kibble in the 3kg bag is still small. Unfortunately, he won't eat the large kibble. So my question is - why is the kibble size different when buying a large or small bag of the same product? And is this a temporary blip in your production? We really hope to be able to buy large bags with the original small kibble in the future.
Hello, I have an 11 years old, 8 kg, male dachshund. I want to try canned version of Brit Fresh chicken with sweet potato and Brit Fresh turkey with peas. Are they an appropriate choice for a senior dog and what must be his daily feeding in grams with these series?
Good evening, I would kindly like to know which preservative is used for this product: Brit Care Dog Show Champion and why salmon protein is added. Thanks
Feeding table question
Hello! I have a Samoyed dog named Kith.He is 2 month old, weight is 3 kg. I feed him with "Brit Premium by Nature Junior M". Am I understand right that feeding table contains _expected_ weight of adult dog (not current weight)? I suppose that he will be about 15-20 kg as adult, so I give him now 120g per day. This is correct? Thanks you!
Hello, My dog is a 2 and a half y.o labrador. She had a problem with arlergies (chicken, fleas and other we yet figured) and was reccomended a hypoallergenic food. She is currently eating Brit grain free hypoalergenic salmon and pea. It has been almost two months since she changed to this food. and there is a big improvement to her skin and overall health. I wanted to know if she can continue to eat this food for the next years or does she need something with a higher nutritopn value. (maybe with grain or something else) Thank you, Mia and Bonnie
Hello, Product really looks a decent. What I wonder is, that nowhere is it mentioned with whom the company works, veterinarians, nutritionists or who participates in the production of food. What I see is only - Family Owned..
Suitable kibbles for Chow Chows
Hi. I'm Astine, looking for advice. Our dog is a Chow Chow, 8 months, and weighs approx. 18kg. When we bought him, the breeder advised to give him only dry food. So we started with Purina, then shifted to Royal Canin. However, we noticed that his body does not react to chicken and grain so well, while both of those brands are rich in those two ingredients. So, we changed to Brit, that is with lamb and rice. Could you, please, advise if Brit kibbles can be good for chow chows? Also, from time to time, we want to give him rewards, like biscuits or bone. Does the Brit brand have anything that can be suitable for chow chow and won't irritate the skin, given the fact that they are way too sensitive? Huge thanks in advance!
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