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Hi, first of all, I'm from Malaysia (A small country in Asia)
and good brands like Fromm, Ziwipeak, Annamaet are not available in my country.

I've two frenchies: 2yr old boy and 8 months old girl
They're currently eating a brand call Carnilove from Czech, Europe.
My boy was ok with it but after 1 month trying this food he started to have some vomit events and super loose, big, smelly BM.
My girl have loose stool, smelly, and poop too

I'm feeding them according to dog food calculator depending on their weight and calories needed
Bean Bean 13kg - 75g per meal (Neutered and in his ideal weight)
Mumu 7kg - 72g per meal (Slightly skinny and she don't like her food)

I am still in search of a better food for them because this Carnilove have not much info in the net, and it's not made in USA.
I'm not sure how's the QC and how true is the labels.
My list would be:
1) Acana - Very expensive
2) Wellness Core - Very expensive, highest price among my list
3) Earthborn Holistic Grain Free -
I've only tried Coastal Catch (it's ok, my kids are not excited about this food) and Primitive (bad loose stools), a lot of pea protein and I'm not sure if it worth the money
4) Taste of the Wild Duck - I'm too afraid of the recalls
5) Zignature - I'd like to try this dog food but the sodium levels are very high!
6) Nutrience - Not much reviews and never tried it
7) Merrick
8) Nutram
9) Canine Caviar
10) Go!

So my question are:
- Do you think it's the dog food problem or they're not ok with this food?
- Which dog food do you recommend out of the list?
Thanks in advance!
 

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I think it maybe the mixture of meats. You might want to try a single protein food. Zignature is good for that because they only have single protein foods or Go has a line called sensitive and shine that are single protein.
 

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@Dawnben I was about to try this brand but when I checked the review there's quite a lot of complaints about high sodium (salt) levels. Maybe I'm trying too hard to find the perfect food.
 

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There is no 'perfect' kibble........the perfect kibble is what your dog does well on!
I change kibble often with no bad results, but I also feed raw for the benefits it provides. ( nice white teeth, compact poop, and no bad breathe!) I am using Canine Caviar (Limited Ingredient Open Meadow) at this time and my girl likes it.....but she likes her raw chicken better! LOL!
 

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I might try Zignature but start on the single ingredient formula first... Mix protein probably wont do good for their sensitive digest system.
 
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