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  • Dog Food
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    Ok lots of dog lovers on here 🙂 What are you feeding your furry friends?

    My 3 dogs can be quite fussy I’ve tried

    Applaws
    Royal Canin
    Tails
    Kirkland
    Autarky
    Harringtons

    And god knows how many other dry/kibble types of food.

    We add small amount of good quality wet food/tuna etc and water to kibble.

    They start to get picky after few days and turn noses up 🙁

    On week two of this stuff and boy I’ve never seen them so excited when prepping the food !!

    https://www.purepetfood.com/

    Premier Icon z1ppy
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    Thread from the other week

    Premier Icon duncancallum
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    Tried heating it up?

    Premier Icon sandwicheater
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    I just let them out to attack the passing school kids for their lunches. You do get a fair bit of tinfoil at the other end but the dog seems happy.

    Premier Icon tenfoot
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    Mine is partial to cyclists and runners.

    Premier Icon stcolin
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    We feed ours Eden kibble, various flavours available. He loves it, still bounces about every meal time in excitement.

    Other than that, the odd bit of raw.

    And socks.

    And slippers.

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    Oh aye mods delete please having a senior moment !!

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    Free range chicken kibble (McAdams), luckily he’s a small-medium dog otherise it would be prohibitively expensive for us. Very good food though. Also some fresh meat and the odd plate of microwaved frozen pollock to add variety/change.

    He also likes a few veg snax now and again. Especially baby tomatoes, sweet pepper chunk or boiled pumpkin with rice to calm an upset stomach. We got a ‘lucky’ dog (a runt with IBD) so have to be careful. He doesn’t fare well at all on tinned dog-foods hence finding McAdams.

    The (especially cheap end of the scale) pet food industry is vile by the way. although things may change for the better

    Premier Icon johndoh
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    Ours loves chicken and rice. Most weeks I will cook something using chicken and rice as base ingredients so I dry-fry the off-cuts of chicken and do extra boiled rice, mix it up and give her some to supplement her kibble. Sometimes I put some egg in too, but not regularly.

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    80/10/10 raw. DIY or from Paleo Ridge/Just Naturally.

    The occasional treat of whole prey (mainly rabbit or fish)…that’s always fed outside!

    The occasional topping of raw egg/shell and a bit of veg.

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    Yora here, she likes it, looks healthy and solid poo!

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    My mum’s dog would only eat Morrison’s own brand food, not even the decent stuff.

    Sister’s lab isn’t too fussy – generally a dried kibble (not sure which one), oh and shoes, rocks, slippers, toys. He did have to have a specialist diet as a pup as came with a nasty bacterial infection that took months to clear up.

    I didn’t realise dogs were so fussy. Try having cats. Our fussiest being a ‘rescue’ that lived wild for about 9 months. Felix “As Good as It Looks” or **** off !! He does go mad for bacon, cheese, chicken and plastic ham.

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