Guys, I want to point out the importance of finding the right and suitable feed for your pets.
Both of these photos are taken in the “blow-out” season, exactly one year apart.
I recommend feeding your dogs a feed with high meat content (60% meat and the rest being veggies/potatoes/fruits/other natural ingredients that i can’t think of) and that does not contain grains or wheat, if you’re not able to or willing to feed raw (hey, it’s a personal choice, no judgement. it’s also expensive)
So many people put their dogs on high-end, expensive feed and their dogs still shed and get dandruff and the owners going crazy, but sometimes you have to remember that just because it’s a good quality feed, it doesn’t mean its right for your dog. There are many different kinds of kibble out there, and as long as its not filled with crap and grains, you should definitely try out some more things before totally giving up and letting your hardwood floors turn into carpeting or worse, giving your dog up for adoption/to be put down.
Zola was on Brit for a year, because it was nice for the wallet and the ingredient list wasn’t all bad, and it seemed to be working fabulously for my uncles dog. As you can tell, she was shedding so much fur it was ridiculous. Now she’s on Acana Wild Prairie (grain free) and it’s so obvious that it’s a much better fit for her. I am so thankful that we aren’t having a repeat of last year.
Lets also not forget that it can take up to 2-3 months to see change after switching foods, and that you can not be impatient with it.