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Ol blue dog food?

My dog is 13.5 lbs, has been on it since she was 5 lbs, and eats it up. She's on a grain free diet, so I am looking into supplements. Do I add supplements to the blue food or to her other food? Also, is there any kind of fish oil? Thanks!

My dog is 13.5 lbs, has been on it since she was 5 lbs, and eats it up. She's on a grain free diet, so I am looking into supplements. Do I add supplements to the blue food or to her other food? Also, is there any kind of fish oil? Thanks!

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Hi,

I would get some kind of fish oil supplement, it's not very expensive, and give it to your dog with the blue food. I believe it will help with her joints and her coat. You might also want to get a high quality omega-3 fish oil. I think it's the best one, but the best ones are really expensive.

Another thing, I have seen the Blue Buffalo company recommend getting it in the Blue food, but some people have had problems with that. I believe the new one has some sort of fiber and omega-3, and it works great.

The only reason I would give it to my dog in the other food is if she was having GI issues. If it's in the Blue food, I wouldn't add it.

Another thing, I have seen the Blue Buffalo company recommend getting it in the Blue food, but some people have had problems with that. I believe the new one has some sort of fiber and omega-3, and it works great.

The only reason I would give it to my dog in the other food is if she was having GI issues. If it's in the Blue food, I wouldn't add it.

Thanks!

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I agree. Blue food is for older dogs and is recommended for older dogs. They are designed to help older dogs deal with bone loss. The Blue is great for a dog in great shape like yours.

I agree. Blue food is for older dogs and is recommended for older dogs. They are designed to help older dogs deal with bone loss. The Blue is great for a dog in great shape like yours.

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Thank you. I'm going to give it a try and will let you know how it goes. Do you have any other advice to get me started?

I would not use a fish oil supplement to start with. I would add it to the Blue as recommended by Blue Buffalo.

My experience has been that supplements are too often a crapshoot for me. I have not had great success with them and it is usually because I either did not read the instructions or didn't put the amount of the supplement recommended on the bottle. I had a case with a dog that had had issues with constipation, so I bought a prescription medication that is often prescribed for the problem, even though she was on a grain free diet. I gave her the medication and was surprised how much she loved it. So I tried it with the fish oil. It seemed to be too much for her, and she had diarrhea. I don't believe that is supposed to happen. That being said, I do not think you should start out with a fish oil. I started with the blue food and will add it to her other food if she has any problems with it.

I don't think there is an omega 3 in blue. I think there is the omega 3 that is found in many kibble types, and it can be found in the red too. I would look at the ingredient list on the food you are feeding your dog, and look for the ingredients omega-3. If they don't list it, it probably doesn't contain any.

If there is a fish oil, it will be listed on the ingredient list and usually you will see it in the first couple of ingredients. If it is in the first ingredients, it means the manufacturer used it, and the food was formulated for it. I would try adding it to the food, but I would not expect it to make a difference, unless your dog has issues that could be helped by a fish oil. I also do not know if a fish oil is safe for a puppy. I would start with the blue food, then add the fish oil to your other food if you are trying to correct the problem of constipation, and then work from there.

I am not a dog person, but I know someone who used it to help their dog who had a severe skin problem. I know it helped.

I would not use a fish oil supplement to start with. I would add it to the Blue as recommended by Blue Buffalo.

My experience has been that supplements are too often a crapshoot for me. I have not had great success with them and it is usually because I either did not read the instructions or didn't put the amount of the supplement recommended on the bottle. I had a case with a dog that had had issues with constipation, so I bought a prescription medication that is often prescribed for the problem, even though she was on a grain free diet. I gave her the medication and was surprised how much she loved it. So I tried it with the fish oil. It seemed to be too much for her, and she had diarrhea. I don't believe that is supposed to happen. That being said, I do not think you should start out with a fish oil. I started with the blue food and will add it to her other food if she has any problems with it.

I don't think there is an omega 3 in blue. I think there is the omega 3 that is found in many kibble types, and it can be found in the red too. I would look at the ingredient list on the food you are feeding your dog, and look for the ingredients omega-3. If they don't list it, it probably doesn't contain any.

If there is a fish oil, it will be listed on the ingredient list and usually


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