HiLife?

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  1. little liz

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    I guess its good?

    Ingredients (for one of their foods):
    Chicken (min. 26%), Turkey, Pork, Vegetables (min. 4%), Minerals.
     
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    The ingredients in their moist food are terrible... it sounds very similar to Spam...sugar and salted meat...

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    Chicken, Lamb & Rice (min. 26%), high fructose corn syrup, soy grits, soy flour, wheat flour, corn syrup, calcium carbonate, salt, DL-methionine. Contains EEC permitted preservatives, antioxidants and colourants.
     
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    well actually the one I bought was a box of chicken choices for the smaller dog which is the one that has the variety that Herschel mentioned. Non of these have sugar and stuff in them. Actually this is the only HiLife food that is stocked where I shop. I don't actually think that Minnie is classed as a smaller dog LOL but I figured that If I give her a bit of her usual dry food with it it would be enough for one meal for her. I would give her the usual amount of her usual dry food for the other meal. All the other canned/pouched food seems to have next to no meat in it.
     

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