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Dogs are doing fine on Science Diet

I have a blue nose brindle Pit Bull male and a Cocker Spaniel male and they were eating for a year now.

But… I don’t have the money to keep on buying them that food.

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Itchy when feeding cheaper dog food

The Pit Bull eats a lot so I switched it to nutrition something like that and they started getting red and very itchy for about 2 weeks. The Cocker Spaniel stopped but my Pit Bull is bleeding everywhere. He has a cut on his elbow and his “thing” is starting to get irritated too.

How can I manage my dog’s health on a budget?

I don’t have the money to get him the Science Diet and there is no use in taking him to the vet cause all they will tell me is change his food like I don’t already know that but I can’t.

Any suggestions?

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