Maybe it was Natural Balance instead of CN. My bad
Let me give you the background info. so you can help me in picking out a food for Cody. Cody was weaned on to purina puppy chow, about a month after I got him I noticed he had bumps on his legs and was itching. So I switched him to Canidae ALS which has a bunch of different protein sources in it, mistake on my part. Anyway, the bumps didn't clear up and he developed scabby, dry skin. So I got him off of that. I then began feeding him raw. His diet consisted primarily of chicken quarters, and other chicken organ meat. He would get some mackeral on occasions. This cleared up the bumps on his legs but he still has the awful dry scabs on his back and has developed a few more since being on raw. He was on raw about 2-3 weeks and is/was really doing well in all aspects despite his scabby skin. He also gets bologna during training, about a slice a day.
My thought is that he's allergic to chicken maybe. I really don't know what else it could be. Chicken is something that all the foods have in common that I have given him so I'm thinking that might be the culprit.
I'm going to the pet store this weekend and need to buy some good food for my poor boy.
Here are a list of the foods I'm considering: TOTW the fish formula or possibly California Naturals Lamb and Rice. Does anyone have any experience with dogs with dry flaky scabby skin that can help me pick a food out for this guy?
I have fed fromm to my other dog and he loved it and did great on it. Would duck be a low allergy food? Considering duck and chicken are both foul, would he likely be allergic to duck as well?
I really need your ideas, past experiences, or any help you could offer... Thanks.