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Solid Gold Hunden Flocken

by Ruth Uffindell-Grinde
(Holden, AB Canada)

I have had great success feeding Solid Gold Hunchen/Hunden Flocken (puppy/adult)to Great Danes. As they are prone to allergies they need fairly pure food sources. This food has always delivered.

We tried it on our Cocker in full show coat and discovered she was less prone to matting and silkier in texture. To confirm our findings we went back and forth several times with long enough intervals to observe coat growth and without doubt Solid Gold Hunchen Flocken promoted a lovely, easy care coat. Her activity level did not drop enough to put her on the adult formula (Hunden) til this past year -her 11th!

We supplement with the Solid Gold Seameal periodically. This always enriches coat colour and sheen.

I am a professional dog trainer/groomer and recommended this food to any clients with food allergies, chronic ear infections & coat and skin issues. The results were consistently very good. The only drawback being that dogs sometimes missed their "candy" diet or cleansed too fast to be comfortable in the first week causing their owner to lose conviction.

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