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Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food

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If your dog suffers from allergies from certain foods, then Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food just may be the right food for your sensitive pooch. This healthy food for dogs is made just for the special canines that react to ingredients often found in other foods. High quality protein from vitamin-rich ocean fish and high amounts of omega 3 fatty acids helps make Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food a delicious and nutritious meal time treat. This healthy dog food is never made with corn, wheat, soy, meat by products, or chicken, so your dog's chance of reaction is lessened. Also, Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food is enhanced with the antioxidant vitamin E from tomatoes and pea for immune health, plus beet pulp and FOS, a natural prebiotic, help your dog digest his or her food easily and comfortably.

Features & Benefits

  • Developed by animal nutritionists
  • High quality ingredients
  • Real ocean fish is first ingredient
  • Rice and barley for natural energy
  • Fortified with anitoxidant vitamin E
  • Balanced levels of fatty acids for skin and coat
  • FOS prebiotic and beet pulp help digestion
  • Natural fiber helps nutrient absorption

Ingredients

Ocean Fish, Brewers Rice, Ground Whole Grain Sorghum, Fish Meal (source of fish oil), Ground Whole Grain Barley, Animal Fat (preserved with mixed Tocopherols, a source of Vitamin E), Dried Egg Product, Dried Beet Pulp, Fish Digest, Brewers Dried Yeast, Dicalcium Phosphate, Potassium Chloride,Salt, Dried Apple Pomace, Dried Carrots, Dried Peas, Fructooligosaccharides, Minerals (Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Manganese Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Manganous Oxide, Potassium Iodide, Cobalt Carbonate), Dried Spinach, Dried Tomatoes, Choline Chloride, DL-Methionine, Vitamins (Ascorbic Acid, Vitamin A Acetate, Calcium Pantothenate, Biotin, Thiamine Mononitrate (source of vitamin B1), Vitamin B12 Supplement, Niacin, Riboflavin Supplement (source of vitamin B2), Inositol, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (source of vitamin B6), Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid), Calcium Carbonate, Vitamin E Supplement, Beta-Carotene, Rosemary Extract.

Analysis:

Crude Protein (min) 23%
Crude Fat (min) 13%
Crude Fiber (max) 5%
Moisture (max) 10%

Reviews

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Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food
 
4.5

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91%

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Pros

  • Dog likes it (4)
  • Easy to digest (4)
  • Nutritional (3)

Cons

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Stinks like fish but Charlotte seems to love it!

I have a Sheltie (Shetland Sheepdog - they look like a small Collie). She was the runt of the litter and PROBABLY came from a backyard breeder (my ex bought her - I...Read complete review

I have a Sheltie (Shetland Sheepdog - they look like a small Collie). She was the runt of the litter and PROBABLY came from a backyard breeder (my ex bought her - I would have opted for a pound puppy, though I dearly love Charlotte, but that is a matter for another forum!), as she has always had sensitive digestion and was a daily vomiter for a long time despite being fed "prescription" foods and being vet-checked. She also showed signs of allergy as she was a pretty itchy doggie, and always gnawed at her own feet. My vet explained that Shelties are genetically predisposed to a skin condition that causes their ears, noses and tails to lose circulation and dry up - and sometimes they need surgery to repair these parts! The vet mentioned that some dogs do well on diets that do not include ruminants or wheat products. Anyway, I found Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish & Rice and decided to give it a try. It smells really awful, but Charlotte really likes it and took to it immediately. She still vomits, but it's much less frequently, and her coat is not itching, nor is she biting at her claws constantly - and her nose, tail and ears are stable and not drying out. Her stool volume is pretty huge, and I'm only feeding her the recommended amount for her size (between 1.5 - 2 cups per day), but that's why I have a fenced yard! She is doing very well on this diet, so I hope they DON'T change the formula again, and I don't mind buying it in smaller bags - hopefully that keeps it fresher! Thanks for reading my long review.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Bought for allergy relief

I bought this food to see if it would help my bichon's allergy problems. I guess it has not as they still continue to itch like crazy. The other problem is the original bag...Read complete review

I bought this food to see if it would help my bichon's allergy problems. I guess it has not as they still continue to itch like crazy. The other problem is the original bag of this food they seemed to like. Now they've changed the formula, the kibble shape looks different and it must taste different too. My picky eater refuses to touch this food, and my little piglet who loves everything also refuses to eat this food. This is a first as she LOVES everything. Not sure what they have changed in the formula but my 2 bichons just do NOT like this formula. Maybe they can change it back to the original formula. My dogs liked that better. Although it still did not help the allergies so they must be caused by something other than food.

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4.0

Stinks like fish but Charlotte seems to love it!

By MetroJethro

from Canton, GA, United States

Comments about Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food:

I have a Sheltie (Shetland Sheepdog - they look like a small Collie). She was the runt of the litter and PROBABLY came from a backyard breeder (my ex bought her - I would have opted for a pound puppy, though I dearly love Charlotte, but that is a matter for another forum!), as she has always had sensitive digestion and was a daily vomiter for a long time despite being fed "prescription" foods and being vet-checked. She also showed signs of allergy as she was a pretty itchy doggie, and always gnawed at her own feet. My vet explained that Shelties are genetically predisposed to a skin condition that causes their ears, noses and tails to lose circulation and dry up - and sometimes they need surgery to repair these parts! The vet mentioned that some dogs do well on diets that do not include ruminants or wheat products. Anyway, I found Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish & Rice and decided to give it a try. It smells really awful, but Charlotte really likes it and took to it immediately. She still vomits, but it's much less frequently, and her coat is not itching, nor is she biting at her claws constantly - and her nose, tail and ears are stable and not drying out. Her stool volume is pretty huge, and I'm only feeding her the recommended amount for her size (between 1.5 - 2 cups per day), but that's why I have a fenced yard! She is doing very well on this diet, so I hope they DON'T change the formula again, and I don't mind buying it in smaller bags - hopefully that keeps it fresher! Thanks for reading my long review.

 
1.0

Why change something good.

By Concerned Pet Parent

from Atlanta, GA, United States

Comments about Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food:

I used to turn my nose up to those owners who would over analyze dog food but now that my dog is always sick I am an avid label reader and super picky. The original formula was perfect. No grain and my dogs loved it. Now the formula has changed and it includes not just one grain but two along with other things. Hmmm and it doesn't come in the 26 lb bag. Really upset as we had to buy another brand and I had them on this for about 2 to 3 years. It really turned around my Cocker Spaniel who is allergic to everything. Even got my friends pack of 3 on it.

 
4.0

My dogs don't seem to like it.

By MarkC33

from Houston, TX

Comments about Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food:

One of my dogs has really bad food allergies, along with allergies to everything else on the planet. This food seems to have helped some, but they don't seem to like it very much. My back yard also has the smell of fish because that's where they go. The food really doesn't smell very appetizing.

 
5.0

My dog loves it !!!!!

By Ashley2288

from Undisclosed

Comments about Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food:

i had trouble getting my 3 year old beagle ( at the time a year old ) to eat dog food she had stomach problems and was very sensitive to most other foods out there . The vet suggested this food and she's been eating it ever since ( and that's been over two years now)

 
5.0

Very Happy

By Alyn

from Flordia

Comments about Iams Sensitive Naturals Ocean Fish, Rice & Barley Recipe Dry Dog Food:

Our mini Australian Shepherd had scratching and spotting issues from the get go. Of course we bought him the most expensive food on the market and tried different brands and the results did not change. The vet said it was probably allergies but to what he could not say for sure. Someone we know mentioned IAMS sensitive naturals so we tried it. Riley immediately responded and he has had no problems since. It was miraculous. We then adopted a smooth-coated Border Collie who I again started on the expensive Puppy food (owner guilt). Although her problems were not as bad has Riley's, she also had itching and spotting problems. Naturally I switched her over to the Sensitive Naturals food and it immediately cleared up. As an owner I want to give my dog the best and somehow I equate that with most expensive. They are not the same. So many owners have told me about their dog allergies and I always steer them to Sensitive Naturals. Since Riley cleared up completely I have tried the Naturals chicken with barley which he tolerated as well. I am very happy with this product line.

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