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    Puppo Gluten-Free Dog Food: A Product Review

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      A unique feature of the process is setting up a personal profile for each of your dogs that includes their photo, name, age, weight, breed, health goals and sensitivities.


    Albee loved Puppo!
    Caption: Albee loved Puppo!

    Celiac.com 06/28/2019 - There are many dog foods on the market today, and, unfortunately, many of them are made using gluten-containing grains that dogs can be allergic to. 

    My neighbor's dog, Albee, for example, had ongoing itchy skin issues for years. It wasn't until recently, when her owner discovered Puppo, that Albee was finally able to get some relief. 



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    Ordering from Puppo's slick web site could not be easier, and a unique feature of the process is setting up a personal profile for each of your dogs that includes their photo, name, age, weight, breed, health goals and sensitivities. This information is used to custom tailor a gluten-free dog food formula that is specific to your dog(s).

    Once Albee's order arrived we unpacked it to find the 5lb. packages of dog food with his photo on them, plus a nice guide for how to transition him over to Puppo over a 5-7 day period. My neighbor followed the guide perfectly, and from the very first bite it was clear that Albee loved Puppo. 

    Over the next few weeks my neighbor checked back in with the Puppo dashboard on their web site, which allows you to tweak the formula if necessary. Luckily Albee's nearly constant scratching abated quickly, so Puppo's initial formulation seemed to do the trick.

    My neighbor, and even Albee himself, can recommend Puppo's high-tech approach at creating a gluten-free dog food formula that is designed to improve your dog's overall health.

    Visit their site for more info.

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