Fromm Dog Food
Fromm has been around for ages. By ages, we mean 110 years. Yep, that’s right. Fromm was founded in 1904, and the same family still owns the company to this day. Fromm dog food is a holistic brand that offers high-quality recipes containing fresh meat, produce, eggs, and real Wisconsin cheese. You guessed it: this company is based in Wisconsin. We consider Fromm dog food to be of high quality, especially because each ingredient in every recipe has a purpose: to help provide the perfect balance of nutrients. In a bit, we’ll go into more detail in our Fromm dog food review below.
Like any old-fashioned company, Fromm keeps their food production in-house – or should we say in-state? All of their dry pet food and treats are produced in their own USDA-inspected plant in Wisconsin. Their canned food, however, is produced in an USDA-inspected plant in South Dakota. Absolutely none of their ingredients are from China. However, they use vitamins and minerals imported from Europe. Fromm takes pride in the fact that all of their other ingredients are sourced in the USA. The dry pet food is formulated by none other than Tom Nieman, the president, and owner of Fromm. He has a chemical engineering degree, and he inherited the company from his grandmother Erna Fromm in 1983.
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Fromm Dog Food Recalls 2019
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March 2017: Fromm Family Pet Foods Recalls Gold Canned Dog Food
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Fromm Dog Food Consumer Ratings
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Fromm Dog Food Review
A lot of pet owners are pleased with Fromm dog food. They have reported seeing improvement in their dogs’ coats, digestive health, and energy levels.
It’s no surprise because Fromm dog food is packed with high-quality animal proteins, allergen-free fruits and vegetables, and important grains. Not only is the president and owner of Fromm a qualified chemical engineer, but the company also works closely with nutritionists, biochemists, vets, and food production engineers to come up with the best holistic recipes for dogs.
It looks like they know what they’re doing because the ingredient list usually looks great. Animal protein is always the #1 (and sometimes #2 too) ingredient. Quality grains, such as brown rice and oatmeal, are usually among the top ingredients.
However, there are a few ingredients we’re a little worried about: pearled barley, tomato pomace, and brewers dried yeast.
Pearled barley is a starchy carbohydrate that’s high in fiber, but some dog owners see it as an inexpensive grain filler. Tomato pomace is a by-product of tomatoes that are also high in fiber, but some dog owners are hesitant to feed it to their dogs because tomatoes are toxic to dogs and they see it as nothing more than cheap filler. Brewers dried yeast is a by-product from the beer-making process, and that might scare off some dog owners. However, it’s chock full of nutrients.
Even though those three ingredients are controversial, each one provides enough nutritional value to justify Fromm putting it into their dog food.
All in all, we think that Fromm is a solid dog food brand.
Fromm Dog Food Product Lines
Fromm offers four product lines of dog food, including:
Offering both dry and canned dog foods, as well as treats, the Four Star product line is loaded with the freshest ingredients and flavor your pup will love. Some of the most popular Four Star formulas are the Beef Frittata Veg, the Surf & Turf, and the Chicken au Frommage.
We recommend the Gold product line often for small, medium, and large breeds alike. It’s a top seller with size and age-specific formulas.
Fromm calls the Classic product line “simply balanced and complete,” including three age-specific formulas: Puppy, Adult, and Mature Adult.
Pâté is Fromm’s line of canned wet foods, including sixteen different formulas to choose from. Some of the consumer favorites in this line are Chicken and Sweet Potato Pâté, Salmon and Chicken Pâté, and Turkey and Pumpkin Pâté.
In-Depth Look at Fromm Classics Adult
Less is more. That’s why we’re particularly interested in their Classics product line. The formulas in this product line were passed down from generation to generation in the Fromm family. Have the formulas remained the same? Let’s take a look at Fromm Classics Adult Dog Food.
While the top 13 ingredients (out of 25) are natural ingredients that were definitely around in 1904 when the formula was created, some of the ingredients that come after them seem to have been added on over the years. They don’t look bad, though. It looks like every ingredient serves a purpose. For example, taurine is the 19th ingredient. It’s an amino acid that’s crucial to a dog’s health.
Chicken, chicken meal, brown rice, pearled barley, and oatmeal are the top 5 ingredients. Being that those ingredients are an excellent source of protein and energy, we trust that your adult dog will benefit well from this formula.
It also doesn’t hurt that real Wisconsin cheese is the 11th ingredient in this formula. Not only will this give your dog extra protein and fatty acids, but it’ll also make him a cultured foodie!
Where Can You Buy Fromm Dog Food?
Fromm’s high standards also apply to its retailers. Because they’re choosy, Fromm dog food is not available in grocery stores at large outlet centers. They prefer to go with certain pet specialty stores around the US and the world because “it is [their] opinion that pet specialty stores understand [their] types of products best and are able to help you the customer make the best possible choice for your pet.”
If you’re wondering if there are any pet specialty stores near you that carry Fromm dog food, you’re in luck because Fromm has a retailer locator on their website, and their formulas are available on Amazon.
Not interested in Fromm? To check out other top dog food brands, take a look at our Victor Dog Food Review or our Acana Dog Food Review.
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We got our Lhasa mix when he was 51 wks old. We started him on Fromm Four Star and have fed him only Fromm for the last 1 1/2 yrs. He loves it. He has never gotten sick. He is always full of energy and his coat is soft and shiney. We will feed him nothing else. He absolutely loves their treats too.
We can’t buy fromm dog food in our town anymore, they went out of Business. Is there a store in provo utah to buy fromm dog food
I found the Fromm Dog Food information to be very helpful. I have been using this. However, the Pet Store located by me that was suppose to carry their product does not but in fact, tried pushing other products on me. Guess I will have to have somemore shipped after all.
I fed my husky from gold and now am feeding my German Shepherd 4 star. The husky I switched because he was an bad shedder and I notice a big difference in the coat and the amount of hair he shed. The GSD was switched to fromm as soon as we got her home and she loves it. Maybe not the top dog food but very close. Some brands are leaning towards a prey mostly diet but they are even more expensive them from (orijin/acana). Fromm is at the top end of what I want to spend on food for my pets. I also like that they test each batch in their own lab and a third party lab before the food is shipped. This must be why it appears they have no recalls. I actually think my dog eats better then me. 🙂
I tried a lot of different kinds of puppy food over the years and always had bad results in the loose stools of my puppies. I started searching the internet after a puppy buyer of mine told me about Fromm and all the problems she had with her previous Schnoodle Puppy with allergies to so many foods and dying at a very young age. I found Fromm and right away ordered it so excited for my first litter to try the food. It worked the puppies loved the food and NO loose messy stools. I was sold. The food can be ordered on line at http://www.chewy.com so I did that as an auto ship for the adults and my babies. Then my local feed store started to carry it so I now by from him to support a local business.
One more place that sells Fromm is Chow Hound. Have never found it at Petco or Pet Smart. Not sure why. But it’s not that expensive and all my dogs love it and have never had an issue with it. You can see lot’s of pictures of my dogs and their puppies on my facebook page at
After lots and lots of researching and asking Fromm’s plus other companies directly, I decided to switch my puppy’s other high end premium food with Fromm’s large breed formula. Since I have had him, it has been on/off loose stools. His last stool issue had been loose for 7 days even with medicine and probiotics (cost me $57) which has lead to the decision that it is most likely his food and not being the typical ‘eat everything’ puppy or other parasites.
I have mixed his previous food with Fromm’s (using the 9 day plan) in the last two days. His stools are firming up, getting smaller, and he is acting better. All are an indication of a better diet. Additionally, I like Fromm’s large breed formula because of the variety: duck, chicken, lamb, fish, vegetables and even B12 vitamins. Some Giants can have problems with not absorbing enough B12 so I am happy it is fortified with the right nutrients that he needs.
Fromm’s is not available through my local pet supply stores. However, I found the brand through PetPeople. You can also buy online and it looks like the bigger bags have free shipping. If you have PetPeople near you, they have a dog food plan where you buy 12 bags and get the 13th free. I find that Fromm’s is a reasonably priced competitor with other brands in this quality bracket. I also love that it has a long company history with a real focus on quality and research.
BTW, I think Fromm’s has an excellent customer-centric focus. I received a response in less than 8 hours regarding my questions and even offered to discuss my puppy’s issue further so they can help make a good recommendation.
Good luck with your pets! Hope that Fromm’s works for you like it is with my puppy. Will update later if anything changes.
My husky had a deadly potato/potato solids allergy. Caused him bloody and extensive bouts of diarrhea. As good as the Fromm food sounds, I could not have fed Fromm to him.
So is your 1 star review about from or your pet’s allergies? Not sure they deserve a 1 star rating simply because you can’t feed Fromm to your pet.
I agree with that. What does this food have to do with pet allergies? Not their fault.
I Have been feeding Fromm for four years now. It’s the best food you can buy, and even when I try other brands, I return to Fromm. I’ve fed the four star and gold lines and the dogs do very well on them all. They have the loveliest coats on this food and good digestion as well. After trying several other brands last year, I’m back with Fromm To stay for good.
Hey all, just want to make you all aware of a sort of “quiet” thing with Fromm. It got to the point where we couldn’t afford it & a friend told me about American Natural Premium. It’s made by the same scientist that makes Fromm, has all the same ingredients, but is WAY cheaper. I feed American Natural Premium’s Exhibitors Choice, 40 pounds is $42. Only some pet stores carry it, & it also has the other types that are even more protein packed, like salmon, duck, etc. But the stuff I buy already has chicken, duck & salmon, pearled barley, etc. Even tho he’s a From scientist, he works separately but still close by, from what I understand. I just got back from picking up another 40 lb bag for $42.99. The original ANP is $37.99 per 40 lb bag. May only be sold in WI, not sure – but big cost-saver for exact same thing as Fromm.
I find this hard to believe when the scientist is also the owner of Fromm.
I buy my pups the pork and applesauce one. No more stomach upsets like they were getting with other brands. One thing I have noticed though is they are not consistent with the amount of food in the bag. I use a container that holds 25 lbs. my bag size is 30lbs. I should have some still in the bag, right? Well sometimes I do and sometimes I don’t. Anybody else notice that?
I haven’t noticed it with Fromm, but when buying TOTW and Wellness core online and via Amazon I did notice the amount would fluctuate.
Have you weighed the bag when full? Fromm’s bits of kibble are fairly small, which would give it a higher density than other brands with larger pieces.
I’ve noticed this as well! I think it has to do with kibble size. The larger the kibble, the amount of food looks smaller int he bag. The weight may be the same, by the density of the kibble is what makes up for the rest of the weight. Duck and sweet potato, chicken a la veg, and the gold have bigger kibble sizes.
I have been feeding my three, very different dogs (3 yr bluetick coonhound -purebred, 1.5 yr basenji blue healer mix, and 9 month pointer beagle mix) Fromm’s varieties since their arrival at my home. They all love it! I also add cooked meat, eggs, or yogurt to their dinner, and they get fresh veggie snacks throughout the day (they love apples, celery, and carrots, all raw!), and usually mix some hot water in their food to make it more palatable. Even when camping and their food is just kibble and water, they absolutely love the fromm’s four star line, and also like the fromm’s gold adult blend as well. LOVE fromm’s!!
Your container doesn’t “hold 25 pounds”.
A container is measured by volume.
Your container holds X liters, gallons, cubic inches, etc.
A more dense food will take up less space in the container. If I put 25 pounds of rocks in your container, it would probably be 1/3 full. Still a 25 pound container?
25 lbs by volume is different than 25 lbs by weight. You may see less in a bag but there may be more weight to the pieces. Example…milk is about 8 lbs a gallon, but that doesn’t mean that 8 lbs of dog food would fit in the container. When a container says it will hold 25 lbs of food it really would depend on the size and weight of the food going in the container.
I have been using Fromm for several years for several dogs. My newest rescue (6 months ago) Toby, a rustralian terrier has blood in his urine and he is now on anti and pro biotics. friends have mentioned that it may be the Fromm food!
Hard to believe it was the dog food. Blood in the urine could mean struvite crystals in the bladder. Struvite are like tiny shards of glass so when passing urine, it causes bleeding. If the struvite has formed into a stone, no doubt this is where the blood is coming from also. I dealt with this problem with my own dog and with hours of research I found that your dog’s urine needs to be acidic to keep the struvite crystals from forming. Tap water is very alkaline, good for humans but not so much for dogs. You want the PH to be more acidic like 6.5 to 7.0. My remedy was giving my dog distilled water to drink, I also float her food in the distilled water to get extra water in her system. You can buy PH strips fairly cheap on Amazon to check it yourself. Also, I have been giving my dog Cranimals, its a cranberry powder supplement. She gets 1 tsp. a day. With those changes I switched to Fromms weight control dry dog food, no grain. Its the most amazing dog food there is. Better coat, she is more active and it keeps her weight where it needs to be. I have spent hundreds of dollars on vet bills, prescription diet foods, antibiotics and still my dog got UTI infections with bleeding. So I changed it up and went holistic,distilled water, cranberry supplement and the change in diet. She has been struvite free and UTI free for four months and that is saying a lot. Not one vet visit in four months is a huge success for me and my dog.
I recently switched to Fromm, after trying several brands trying to find one that helps my dog and his poor anal gland problem. Since I switched him to Fromm, he no longer scoots and has not had to go to the vet for a raw hiney or to have his anal glands expressed. I have been purchasing it off Amazon, and for the amount of food I get in a 33 pound bag it doesn’t seem like too big of a price. I am a huge fan!
What Fromm formula do you feed? We are having this problem after our furbaby had surgery in October and had to be on a soft diet for a week. She’s had her glands expressed twice. The last time, she started licking under her tail again in 10 days. 🙁 She has always eaten Blue Buffalo basics, and since November, have been giving her Glandex. The Glandex has helped her general overall itchiness and has increased the size of her feces, but she is still licking under her tail occasionally. We are in the process of switching her to Fromm and bought the Game Bird grain-free.
My vet has me give my dog pumpkin every day, 1/2 tsp for small dog. For the rest of her life. She previously had anal gland problems. Larger dogs get more pumpkin of course. This has totally taken care of problem. Yes, pie pumpkin in the can.
I switched my Vizsla over to Fromm’s classic formula a couple of months ago and couldn’t be happier. Her shedding is way down, her coat is soft and bright and her overall demeanor is much better. She has energy, she seems very happy and healthy and her digestion is more consistent. One other thing that I have noticed since switching is her “schedule” has improved. By that I mean she is sleeping much better at night, her stomach doesn’t bother her at all and she is not as gassy which makes me think her overall health and the way she feels has improved. I would recommend this food to anyone. A family business made in the Midwest where I live is icing on the cake.
I lost my little cocker spaniel, Espresso in September from Beneful dog food poisoning. It all but destroyed me emotionally. In march I rescued a 3 1/2 year old cocker spaniel, named Abby. She came with a bag of Fromm Dog food. I did a thorough research check on the food and found, to my delight, that not only had to company been around for over a century, but that it had never had a food recall. The ingredients are all pure and natural and there are no toxic preservatives to worry about. Further investigation showed me that the company is completely dedicated to the health and well being of animals and can be trusted to keep your dog healthy and happy. This is what I was searching for and what I am continuing now to use exclusively. I have to travel into another city to get the food and it is a little more expensive than I can afford, but these are little things that I can work around in order to keep Abby happy and healthy. The expense of the food, has been an issue with me, but, as they say, you get what you pay for and it is a small price to pay for when it comes to the health and well being of your furry companion. Koodos Fromm. Keep up the good work and quality.
I normally wouldn’t write a review about a dog food- but this one i felt like I had to. I have two boxers (5yrs and 1yr) and I had been feeding them IAMS minichunks for about a year. My older boxer Tyson seemed to like it and so did my younger one Tinkerbell. After Tink turned 1, I realized that she is way skinner and smaller than she is supposed to be even though she was the runt. So, I wanted to feed them something better.
I went to the local dog food store and bought Fromm adult classic, and i could not be happier with the results that i have gotten in just two short weeks. Tinkerbell has gained 5lbs already and less of her ribs are showing. I wasn’t expecting much to change for Tyson, but I was wrong! He was also the runt and smaller than most boxers, but since being on this food his hips, chest, and sides have filled out and he’s starting to look like most adult males! My dogs have never looked better !!!
I would definitely recommend Fromm to anyone that is having the same issues like I was. Not to mention it is still fairly cheap compared to a lot of good foods out there!!!
Only thing to be careful of is if you are going from a less rich food to Fromm definitely give your dog some time to switch over.
a informative educated website. the research in the history and ingredients are of these companies are broken down with true passion and no hidden agenda.
Thanks for saying so John! We just want consumers to have the information and decide for themselves what to do with it. Usually you’ll find good and bad reports for any dog food, but the ingredients always speak for themselves. We just try to help put some perspective in there.
Can someone please explain why is Fromm only a 4 star food vs. other 5 star food brands?
The don’t use artificial preservatives. Ingredients do not contain ethoxyquin, canola oil, and have never had a recall….Protein content is also much the same as compared to 5 star dog foods. In addition they produce all of their dog foods in the US, are not associated with Diamond, and do not have ingredients from China.
I absolutely agree Natalie. Not sure why the 4 stsr rating? I give them 5!
“Four Star” is actually the name of one of their product lines. That’s where the confusion may come from.
I have been feeding my labrador Fromms since the day I brought him home. He started on large breed puppy for his first year and now eats large breed adult. He has never had any digestive issues and his coat is beautiful. Everyone that meets him comments on his thick shiney coat. I will NEVER feed him anything else! I just wish is was available in more locations. We travel in an RV and it is sometimes hard to find.
I love the fromm dog food .I would like to know which one would be the best to feed my dog if he had a food allergy ,reason I,m asking is that he developed a bad itch this winter and I was feeding him the duck and sweet potatoe ,I just recently switched to another brand but he does not like it at all I want to put him back on fromm which one would you recommend grain verses no grain thank you so much
March 18th, 2016 Fromm just had a dog food recall.
it was just from too much vitamin d!! not any thing nasty!!
I have a german shepherd mix who at the age of one developed horrible allergies, and was scratching like crazy and was going bald. I work at a pet store and talked to the girls at work and they suggested Fromm because i was leary of Blue with all of their recalls. I switched her to Fromm gold Large breed puppy food and within 2 months her hair was back in and she has so much more energy. She has been on Fromm gold for over a year now and doing great. We got a Chihuahua who was on pedigree when we got him and he had horrible teeth/breath, his skin was oily and his eyes had tear stains and he had a horrible odor to him. After switching him to fromm gold his coat is nice and smooth, his eyes look so much better, and his teeth are soooo white and his breath smells so much better!! So of course when we got our new hound mix we put him on Fromm gold large breed puppy.
Well, Chiara Fromm Large Breed Puppy food got by you. Today 5/8/2016 I found a round piece of plastic in my dogs food. I couldn’t believe the size of plastic!! I wish I had the bag it came in, but I transfer their bag food to a container. I just really hope I didn’t miss any other pieces, but who expects to find a foreign object in their food. Very disappointed with Fromm food.
If you keep the proof of purchases from the bags and collect, I think 6, you can send them into from and they will give you a coupon for a free bag. This also helps if you do experience any problems and they can determine what batch might be having problems.
Is the recall only on the canned? I purchased Fromm salmon dry dog food . It is unopened … Should I return it ….or is the dry ok?
i’v been feeding my 2 beagles, 1 is 13yrs. w/a heart murmur, and 1 is 7 yrs. w/a weight problem. they have been eating the fromm for 2 wks, and i already see an improvement in both of them. stools are firm, the 13 yr old no longer has frequent stinky gas, as he did on nutro, and the 7 yr old is loosing a little weight. i picked the fromm gold for seniors and weight management, because it covered both dogs issues, w/out having to buy 2 kinds of foods. they gobble it right up, and they are pretty picky eaters, so it must taste good too! and both their coats are looking very shiny, and are very soft to the touch! so far this seems to be a very good food!
We love Fromm! We switched our 6 Goldens to Fromm after reading this review. We also switched our cats. It was a gamble but this gamble paid off. We are happy and proud to say this is the brand of food we use. Sometimes I forget I’m not a Fromm sales person. I have recommended it to many people and my sister recently switched her fur kids and they love the outcome.
Our fur kids have healthy looking skin, their fur is soft and shiny, their eyes are clear and healthy looking. If you’re not using Fromm what are you waiting for? 🙂
I have a 10 month old newfoundland that weighs 92 pounds. How much would you recommend feeding her. [email protected]
I adopted a beautiful rescue in February of 2015, Golden border collie. Horrible case of neglect and abuse, suppose to weight 45 pounds and when I got him he weight 20 pounds. It has been a struggle to find a food that he liked to eat like most dogs do. When I started giving my cats bites of real salmon, I noticed he really like it. It led me to chew.com where I saw your food for the first time. I just received my first bag of your salmon kibble and my beautiful dog actually gobbled it up, like he was starving. There has been no problem at all. This morning, I gave him 1/2 cup again just to see if it was a novelty and it was gone in 2 minute. Thank you! I am so elated to see my dog eat like other dogs. Suberb food, wonderful ingredients, happy dog!
My 5 month old lab has been on Fromm LB puppy food for about a month and a half after a slow transition from purina puppy chow. My dog started off having small bouts of on and off diarrhea, however, it is all the time now. He doesn’t have intestinal parasites and hardly ever has human food. After one day of switching back to purina, his stomach problem of over a month, magically went away. I like Fromms approach and everything but their food doesn’t agree with my dog at all. I’ve read other posts similar to mine.
I don’t know if you are getting paid by some of these foods you have rated at 5 stars but you have unfairly rated the Fromm family foods for reasons that are NOT based in science or health and welfare of pets and show animals. Fromm has never had an involuntary recall. They recalled canned recipes VOLUNTARILY, although nothing was actually wrong with the product. They were just concerned and did the right thing. You have rated them at 4 stars, which puts them in the mediocre category of Blue Buffalo, TOTW, and all the other Diamond products. Perhaps you have not been paying attention but those factories in Missouri and S. Carolina have been shut down too many times to count, due to cleanliness and ingredient problems. Far too many animals have died on Diamond-manufactured products, yet people are buying into your hype. The best nutritionists are BREEDERS. No breeder in their right mind advocates a dry dog food for a normal adult animal that exceeds 32% protein based on questionable sources. Fromm Gold is meat based and very well balanced. My champions have proved it. As for Purina, did you bother to find out how much they pay for all that hype at the Garden; and how much poop we have to clean up because it’s grain-based? Have any of you figured out that it is the corn, which is quite toxic even in seed form, that makes those shiny coats and short-lived dogs? I get really tired of sites like this that push bad foods for paid advertising. It makes me just as furious to see vet schools and vets pushing either Purina or Science Diet non-prescription feeds just because vet students sign a kick back contract to sell the stuff after graduation. The so-called Purina prescription canned food nearly killed one of my dogs when it was given at a teaching hospital. I forced them to change to Avoderm, which saved his life. Just because you are “passionate” about your love of dogs or cats does not make you knowledgeable about precisely WHERE and WHAT ingredients are going into your animals from the fancy bags. Having won the first toxic tort case in one of the states that provides ingredients for many of the conglomerate owned brands you advocate here, with hard evidence and 18 dogs killed or dead before age 8 by said ingredients, I strongly suggest you set aside your love of a fancy bag and money from the big business of pet food sales, and start understanding the digestive processes and nutritional needs of various breeds. Tailoring foods by age, condition, activity, and even immunology is never an all in one thing through nutrition by brand or manufacturer. Reading the ingredients of the bag is the only good thing the Blue Buffalo people got across to the public; but if you look at their site, there are MANY good foods they don’t offer against their “test”. The Fromm foods are glaringly missing, as are many other fine ones. Notably, Blue Buff., is now in a lawsuit for toxic food (gee, where did I tell you the stuff was made and by whom?). Indeed, most of the foods they want you to compare against are THEIRS! It’s just marketed under a different name. In short, if you really want solid information on nutrition for your dog or cat, ask a breeder of TOP dogs first. Just because Purina gives the Westminster winners a bunch of food as a prize does NOT mean we use it. Fromm deserves 5 stars. I suggest you revise your site and improve your knowledge a bit. Tomatoes are NOT toxic in any form, unless adulterated by other things. They are an essential source of Vit. C, which cannot be manufactured by dogs naturally. As always, its use must be balanced properly in the diet, as do all the ingredients and supplements. If you wish to call yourselves “gurus”, then perhaps you had better become further enlightened.
My son researched dogs food brands and talked to independent owned pets stores and Fromm is a brand that kept standing out. He switched to Fromm and his puppy started eating all of her food at one time and her stools became more firm. She just seemed to like the food better all the way around. My 8 month old shih-poo scratches a lot. I can’t visibly see a skin issue but she does. I bought the Fromm Gold grain free puppy chow in hopes that it will help stop her itching. Her brother does not have the same problem but i understand every dog is different. All that being said, has anyone else had this problem and changing to Fromm solved it?
Tried several top rated dry foods for our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and he just did not eat well. Friend mentioned Fromm’s Gold Puppy Dry Food and he ate it from day one. Totally recommend Fromm’s Gold as the best dry dog food we have ever bought. His coat is soft and he has lots of energy.