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Purina Pro Plan Sensitive Skin and Sensitive Stomach Small Breed Dog Food, Salmon & Rice Formula – 5 lb. Bag

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One (1) 5 lb. Bag – Purina Pro Plan Sensitive Skin and Sensitive Stomach Small Breed Dog Food, Salmon & Rice Formula
Formulated high in protein to meet the needs of highly active small dogs
High protein formula, with real salmon as the first ingredient
Fortified with guaranteed live probiotics for digestive and immune health
Used to be known as FOCUS Sensitive Skin & Stomach Salmon

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Start your small dog’s day off right with Purina Pro Plan Brand Sensitive Skin & Stomach Small Breed Formula adult dry dog food. This highly digestible dog food features salmon as the first ingredient, and every high-quality ingredient is carefully selected for a specific nutritional or functional purpose. Easily digestible oat meal in every serving of this sensitive skin dog food protects sensitive digestive systems, while natural prebiotic fiber nourishes specific intestinal bacteria for digestive health. Without corn, wheat or soy, and without poultry by-product meal, this small breed dog food features quality ingredients that satisfy with wholesome goodness. Your dog gets the specialized nutrition he needs, along with 23 essential vitamins and minerals to help support his overall health and wellness. Take special care of your canine companion with a small dog food for sensitive stomachs formulated specifically for small dogs under 20 pounds, and show him just how much you love him.

Specification: Purina Pro Plan Sensitive Skin and Sensitive Stomach Small Breed Dog Food, Salmon & Rice Formula – 5 lb. Bag

Dimensions 4 × 8 × 15.755 in

5 reviews for Purina Pro Plan Sensitive Skin and Sensitive Stomach Small Breed Dog Food, Salmon & Rice Formula – 5 lb. Bag

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  1. Jim in Florida

    I have a small Yorkie/Lhasa Apso medical alert service dog. I adopted her at 4 months of age and at the time she was severely ill and near death. She had stopped eating, was hypoglycemic, and only weighed a bit over two pounds. She also had an antibiotic-resistant form of pneumonia and was experiencing liver failure and other life-threatening conditions. With the help of an outstanding veterinarian and a great deal of care and attention on my part, she is now completely healthy and has recently completed nine months of professional service dog training. Because of her health issues, diet and nutrition have always been a major concern. In addition to her serious health issues, for the first year of her life she also suffered from dry dandruff and itchy skin and was prone to diarrhea. Although less serious, these were also problems I needed to address. Because of her early health issues I think she will always be a picky eater and I have to constantly monitor her food Intake. At 19 months, she is now fully grown and maintains a stable healthy weight of 5lbs. To address all of these issues, I went through a long journey of trying to find the best food and diet for her. The vet and I both suspected food allergies as part of her problem and began food trials, eliminating all of the meat proteins she had been eating, which were almost all of the common meats used in dog food with the exception of fish. We also wanted to avoid corn, wheat and soy but did not want a completely grain – free food. After a great deal of research, we settled on Purina Focus salmon and rice formula and it has been completely satisfactory. It meets all of our important criteria and, most importantly, she finds it palitable and eats it with minimal coaxing. She remains a picky eater and I still have to go to some extra effort to get her to eat but not much. Basically, I crumble up a salmon bite omega oil supplement as a topper on her food, which she loves, and that’s enough to prime her pump and get her to eat the rest of her food. I apologize for the length of my review but felt like it was important to discuss the special needs of my dog in order to fully explain why I chose this food over so many other high-quality dog foods that are available. Normally, Purina brand wouldn’t be my top choice but, with my special needs, it was definitely the right choice for my dog and I give it my highest recommendation.Read more

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  2. Queenfleek

    The packaging has changed but so has the formula! Does not look or even smell remotely the same. My pup who is Gluten and corn intolerant and has been eating the original formula for months became ill after eating the recently changed formula. For 2-3 dollars more you can buy “Blue Buffalo co.” Limited ingredient diet or their “Freedom” line. Trust me it’s worth it.Read more

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  3. Tschantzie

    We have been using this food for about 6 months after receiving a recommendation from several vets. As soon as we opened this new bag, one of our dogs started getting hot spots and the other started vomiting. We have been to the vet 3x ($$$$) and all that we have deduced is that the vomiting dog’s liver and gallbladder enzymes were up, possibly from poisoning. Still awaiting bloodwork. We have no poison in our house. There is no way to contact the manufacturer about recalls on Amazon, so I’m leaving this review. Never had problems, but I think we got a bad batch or something poisonous is in this batch and so we are switching food.Read more

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  4. Snow

    We have tried everything and narrow down our yorkshire terrier food allergy to sweat potatoes or potatoes. Believe it or not almost all dog food and treats have some form of potatoes and sweet potatoes in it. This was a huge challenge trying every limited ingredients dog food to narrow it down. Trial and error. Allergies test says he is not allergic to potatoes. But sweet potatoes is a different from a potatoes not in the same family. We had Nuevo food which worked then albof a sudden he started breaking out again. They changed the packaging and reformulated it and added sweet potatoes. I was confused because it was the same food I thought. I thought I was going nuts I swore it had no sweet potatoes. It really sucked. I saw an ad and review about a lady’s dog who have horrible allergies and food reactions. She said this Purina pro sensitive worked. I checked lable no sweet potatoes. Perfect I gave it a try wala it works. Takes about 30 days to clear up. Good sign is it doesn’t get worse then it already is. Our was close to worse when we started food. Whats nice is it has vitamins, prebiotic, omega oil. All things good for dogs with allergies, stomach issues, bad smells. We are extremely happy and pray tge ingredients stay the same. Hope this helps.Read more

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  5. Samantha

    My boyfriend and I have had our dog for a little over 2 years now. Those entire two years he refused to touch any dry food we ever tried. The only way we could get him to eat was mixing canned wet food into it and even then it was a gamble whether he would eat it or not. I finally came across this while browsing Amazon and I’m so thankful I did. I wont say he’s crazy for it but he will eat it without anything added to it and without us begging. His coat has gotten so much better and he seems much healthier and happier. I loooove purina. I also have two cats I started feeding Purina Beyond to a few years ago and despite their old age, they too have improved healthwise. Their coats are shiny and soft and they’re spry and active! I was recently at the vet and asked him what he thought of the food and he said that Purina is a good brand he trusts as well! Our dog is a Morkie. So he’s a small guy, no more than 15 lbs. I believe since this is marketed for smaller dogs that the kibble pieces were much more comfortable in his mouth. He also has a sensitive stomach so this product is perfect! He’s a lot less smelly as well.Read more

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