So I'm a little bit confused about potatoes in dog food. I've heard from some people that you should never feed your dog anything with potatoes in it. I've even heard some say you should never let your dog eat any potatoes in any capacity. But then a quick dig around google and I'm reading that potatoes are a common allergy in dogs. So exactly where does this ingredient stand? I'm currently feeding my 5 month lab Arden Grange Puppy/Junior. (Mixing large breed with regular after I ordered the wrong one.) He does really well on the large breed stuff, has a great shiny coat (although he's shiny whatever I feed him). I really like Arden Grange but at 35 for 15kg, I'm really starting to feel the hole in my pocket as a result. So I've been thinking that once he gets through the bags I've got stored away, it'll be about time to switch him onto big dog food! I've heard good things about both Skinners and Vitalin. Unfortunately I'm not a big fan of Skinners, Dante had a brief romp with their puppy range and ended up giving me stomach ulcers with his newly found coprophagia problem (due to the maize I think). So I've had my eye on the Vitalin adult feed. It looks good and so many have said great things about that particular feed but I'm worried about its content. 26% chicken and 26% potato. It would appear that potato is the only 'filler/carb' source which is both good and bad news since that means no cereals but... potato? I'm thinking gas problems. Anyone know anything about it or have experience with Vitalin Adult?