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View Poll Results: Does Pro Plan give your dogs gas?
I feed Pro Plan Shredded Blends (Beef, Chicken, Lamb) 45 36.29%
I feed Pro Plan Selects 20 16.13%
I feed Regular Pro Plan (Large Breed, Small Breed, Performance, Etc..) 59 47.58%
He/She has lots of bad gas 12 9.68%
He/She has a little bit of gas 44 35.48%
He/She has no gas at all (Lucky) 37 29.84%
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Sensitive Skin and Stomach for over 5 months.......no gas.

Went thru a list of the premium foods. None agreed with our girl's tummy. So pro plan it is.
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KEStep, Thank you for doing this poll Just started Pro Plan SS yesterday
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Lady has been on PP sensitive stomach and skin for close to a year now we had a rough time with other high end food like Wellness when we found Proplan on this forum I decided to try it and its worked ever since no gas or diareah ever since.

(On a side note i did get her Purina Pro Plan chicken and rice wet and thought she would be ok but she had SUPER DIAREHA!)
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I think this poll cursed me because as I pulled it up to read the last comment Zuko launched the most brutal one off in his sleep. God I hate PP doberfarts.
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This might seem odd: I feed the fishy sensitive stomach purina pro plan, for Tre's runny stool problem, and so now all the dogs get it just because... Well my Min Pin who always had weight problems is trim as can be on this stuff, just a little gazelle, and her coat which was previously a bit dull and flakey is now glossy and gorgeous. Same for Tre, coat and wieght are primo... it helps keep their weight where it should be. Gas on this PPP, on a scale of one to ten, is a 4 or 5 for Tre, but for the min Pin it went from a 10 to a 3 (go figure).
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When I tried Pro Plan SSS, Nietzsche had AWFUL gas. He is now fed raw, and Liberty is on a different kibble until she gets closer to fully grown. Regulating levels of vitamins and nutrients in a raw diet for a little pup worries me a bit, so I'll wait a while to switch her over.

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This is out of pure curiosity, I am not intending to ruffle any feathers, but I have always wondered why so many breeders use Purina and why so many consumers feed it when it is such a low grade food. Is it because breeders get a discount for buying in bulk? I think they did if I remember correctly when I worked at Petsmart. I totally understand money being an issue for quality kibble..hey, i'm thrilled that people are merely feeding their pets!, but I assume most who post here are informed about dog nutrition and kibble ingredients. I know that some really good foods do not agree with some dog's stomachs, but there is a wide variety of quality brands and formulas out there to play around with.

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My boy had gas on every Dog Food I tried; EVO, ProPlan, TOTW, and several others. While not the reason I switched to Raw, the lack of gas on Raw is a huge bonus!


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This is out of pure curiosity, I am not intending to ruffle any feathers, but I have always wondered why so many breeders use Purina and why so many consumers feed it when it is such a low grade food. Is it because breeders get a discount for buying in bulk? I think they did if I remember correctly when I worked at Petsmart. I totally understand money being an issue for quality kibble..hey, i'm thrilled that people are merely feeding their pets!, but I assume most who post here are informed about dog nutrition and kibble ingredients. I know that some really good foods do not agree with some dog's stomachs, but there is a wide variety of quality brands and formulas out there to play around with.
Purina hands out lots of free food and cat litter to breeders/rescues, and in return they promote their brands.
Petsmart has a deal with them now, and a lot of rescues do too.
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Purina hands out lots of free food and cat litter to breeders/rescues, and in return they promote their brands.
Petsmart has a deal with them now, and a lot of rescues do too.

Yeah the husky rescue I volunteered with got free food from them, we had to do x number of events a year though to qualify I believe.

Prime was on pro-plan at his breeder's house. I was just wondering if I'm missing out on something because so many knowledgeable people seem to back the product.
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I feed PPP Selects since it came out and my dogs do very well on it. Good healthy coats and skin, no gas at all and I use the salmon and brown rice Selects. There is no fillers or wheat nor corn and the one meat source is good if you add other foods to the mix. Purina is easily the best product in the world and has feed dogs for a very long time. Some of there base products are not what alot of people want for their dogs but I think the food debate is abit out of control. It seems that dog food has become fashionable, I agree with avoiding poor quality but it is an over done topic.
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Yeah the husky rescue I volunteered with got free food from them, we had to do x number of events a year though to qualify I believe.

Prime was on pro-plan at his breeder's house. I was just wondering if I'm missing out on something because so many knowledgeable people seem to back the product.
I have no idea why, but from what I've read here on DT, many dogs that haven't done well on high end kibble brands like Evo, Orijen, TotW, etc. HAVE done quite well on Pro Plan. Their stools aren't as soft, their coats thicken, they maintain healthy weights, and they seem to tolerate the food better than some of the more expensive "higher quality" kibble.

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I have no idea why, but from what I've read here on DT, many dogs that haven't done well on high end kibble brands like Evo, Orijen, TotW, etc. HAVE done quite well on Pro Plan. Their stools aren't as soft, their coats thicken, they maintain healthy weights, and they seem to tolerate the food better than some of the more expensive "higher quality" kibble.
Well...Due to lack of the above mentioned high end kibble brands being available on our island, i have not been able to try and see the difference...but both my dogs are on Pro Plan Sensitive Skin & Stomach (Salmon & Rice Formula) and if judging by their stool, condition of their coat or overall looks is a measure,i can say they are doing quite well on it.

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I have no idea why, but from what I've read here on DT, many dogs that haven't done well on high end kibble brands like Evo, Orijen, TotW, etc. HAVE done quite well on Pro Plan. Their stools aren't as soft, their coats thicken, they maintain healthy weights, and they seem to tolerate the food better than some of the more expensive "higher quality" kibble.

It's interesting. Before EVO was bought out I was feeding that to my husky for years and she did awesome on it, I tried feeding it to a GSD I had and he did horrible on it and thrived on a lower quality(though not grocery brand) kibble.
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I have tried all of the high end food with loose stools, itchy eyes and terrible dobergas..... after hearing all of you guys talk about PP I thought I would try it with Tango. He has been eating PP shredded lamb and rice so far so good. (I had always used PP SS for my Mastiff who had IBS)

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i fed Stella all flavors of proplan for years with no problems except she would get a bit flaky in the winter. for the price i think its pretty good.

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Thumbs up Loving those Logs, Yeah Pro Plan!

I also have gone through all the fancy brands of dog foods with Freddie over the last few months (wellness was the best) but always mushy poos. We switched to Pro Plan Sens Skin ten days ago and now we have "logs" consistently for the first time. No more wake ups barks at 3 AM to go poop. Looks like I'm back to plain old Purina.
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Jackson is on 1/2 Pro Plan Sensitive Stomach and 1/2 Wellness each meal - no gas

Bella is on 3/4 Pro Plan Performance and 1/4 Wellness each meal - no gas

They both LOVE the Wellness and its such a great food and I think helps contribute to the nice coat he hasl, I dont want to give it up. When Jackson was on regular Pro Plan though, he had tons of gas!!

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Pro Plan Selects here. Salmon & Brown Rice. She's been on it since we changed over from PP Large Breed Puppy at about 5 months of age. She is 2 1/2 now. When she has gas, it's awful....but not enough to blame it on the food. Her coat is amazing & she's pretty trim again so as long as things stay the way they are, she'll remain on it.

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Someone who feeds Pro Plan may find this interesting. I once was feeding Pro Plan to my Dobermans and my (adult) bitch couldn't keep her weight on it. I literally had to feed her TEN, yes 10 cups of food a day to maintain her weight! I broke up the feeding 5 cups per meal and she acted like she was starving. The food never satisfied her hunger and never maintained proper weight. I never seen anything like this before with any food I had fed.

I then switched to "Canine Caviar" and got away from the Pro Plan. I was pleased to see that I reduced her food intake to only 4 cups a deal on the Canine Caviar and she seemed less hungry and her body weight stayed where it needed to be.

I then switched from Canine Caviar many months later after I saw such amazing results with Origen and Acana. I have now been feeding exclusively those brands for over a year now and feed my adult Doberman bitches no more than 2 1/4 cups a day with the best results of any food! Take it for what it's worth, but I am telling you, I will NEVER FEED PRO PLAN ANYMORE and I have like (literally) 3 tons (worth of food) weight circles sitting in my drawer.

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I feed my dogs either PPSSS or PP shredded chicken & rice. They tend to do much better on the SSS than the chicken, but they seem to like the taste of the chicken better. I don't notice a lot of gas, but every so often Clyde will rip one that will clear several rooms.

I tried Innova, Wellness and other "premium grade" food. They dogs had terrible gas and awful skin problems.

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I've just bought a 15kg bag of PP large breed adult...the farts were making my eyes water within 20 mins. Of course it's too soon to blame the PP...but I will be monitoring Zil's butt very closely over the next week to see if this is going to be a problem

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WILL NOT FEED THIS STUFF TO OUR BOYS. ONE OF THE LAST INGREDIENTS IS MENADIONE SODIUM BISULFITE COMPLEX WHICH IS A SOURCE OF VITAMIN K ACTIVITY.. SYNTHETIC FORM OF VITAMIN K BAD STUFF. LOOK IT UP. TOXIC IN HIGH DOSES. TARGETS CERTAIN ORGANS.
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