I forgot to add that an earlier rescue (2011) came to me on a diet of sweet potato based kibble. I have never smelled a more foul smelling excrement. She too, thrived on lamb and rice. (Nutranuggets, in case you wanted to know). I avoid corn since it is terrible for their gut.The main thing with dobes is to avoid high protein/low fat after they are full sized. My vet with my first dobe (in 1991) bugged me about feeding lamb and rice because he thought it was too high in fat. We took her off it onto a higher protein and her coat got dry and brittle. So I put her back on lamb and rice and never had another episode. Four years ago, we adopted a 10 year old brown male (dad went into assisted living) who came with washed out color and very brittle fur. We put him on the lamb and rice and his coat became soft and shiny in about a month. Last year we adopted a Black and Tan mix and had similar results. The feed formula was recently changed, and I noticed it is much drier, so now they get a dollop of coconut oil with their kibble. They think that is just fine.
N&D is an excellent highly rated dog food. Ingredients are top quality and traceable. It is highly rated here in Europe. I feed my Serra Estrela dogs this food both the ancestral grains and non grain food and they are in excellent show health. There is also a prescription range from this manufacturer but you can only get if prescribed by vet. This food exceeds all of the EU Canine feed requirements. The company began their business in Italy in the 60's. Its worth reading up about the family and their company and research carried out by names University.Guys can u pls suggest me which food will be better for my 7 month old doberman puppy, royal canin or N&D farmina? Or is there any more better suggestion