Canned vs. Dry dog food

Discussion in 'Dog Health Care' started by i'm_sofa_king, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. i'm_sofa_king

    i'm_sofa_king New Member

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    i would seriosly think about feeding your pup an all natural food diet that you make at home there are lots of sorces on the web on this issue
     
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    Renee750il Felurian

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    Here again, I don't see "organic" or "human grade ingredients." That takes it off my list of acceptable foods.
     
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    I always suggest Wellness or even better yet, Timberwolf Organics.
     
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    I think Royal Canine is okay. You should try it out and see if it will improve your puppies coat.
     
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    Milo gets feed on Dry Pal food!!And thats great for him...
    Lucky gets feed Wet Chappie food and he loves that!!!So really i dont mind any but wet food does smell abit!!
     
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    not only does it smell, but the stools tend to come out wet and smelly too...its not really that great for your dog since its basically water and some junk put together...why not mix freshly cooked chicken and veggies with a little bit of kibble instead? I think that's a much healthier choice for your dog intsead of the canned stuff.
     

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