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Old 01-11-2013, 07:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone use this brand of dogfood?
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Old 01-11-2013, 07:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I used to, the breeder had him on it but I switched as soon as I could. It contains meat by-products and isn't too great.


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Above post is so right. i researched for a month before i got Yogi home.
My Vet Wanted Me To Do Purina/Thats Like Roadkill. Blue Buffalo, The Vet Said
No Way--Well I Took My Chance After alot of reading. I went with Wellness Small Breed-Super5Mix for Puppy. I Couldn't Be Happier--His Poohs Are Great He Loves It. You Have To try untill you get it right. i really did struggle with this. but i do think i read way to much about all puppy food/got scared=picked wellness and got lucky. You will get it right=Dont Worry!!!
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It is confusing and takes a lot of research to find the right dog food. But for me rule number one is: don't buy anything that is sold in super markets. Rule number two:
nothing that has by-products. I don't even buy anything that has TV commercials. I have seen terrifying films about what they put in dog food, and that is why I rule out any big manufacturers.
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I would like to add a small amount of wet food to her morning meal and give dry in the evening. What is a good wet food to buy? I did read a bit about Cesars and it does have a lot of crap in it.
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I agree with the others Caesar's is not a good dog food.....there are so many too choose from. I wouldn't buy anything in a supermarket either. You can use the search bar above as there are a lot of threads regarding food. Good luck, it is hard to choose something.
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I switched Gustave to Fromm canned food and The honest kitchen. Both those are good.


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Just curious as to why you said "no way" to Blue Buffalo??? I feed all four of our animals and they are doing very well on it. We do not have Fromm in this area so I cannot compare it to BB which is highly recommended by many on SM.
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I asked my vet about Little Cesars years ago and he just rolled his eyes and said no, not a good choice.
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It is total junk food. But it has it's uses. You can sometimes get them to eat the good stuff by putting a bit of Caesar on top if they are reluctant eaters. You can also sometimes hide medicine in it. They usually love it the same way we love chocolate and all those other things bad for us. I usually keep a couple of them in my closet for such cases. I would never make it a regular diet though.
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