Urban Wolf

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    it's one of the best quality mixer bases that you add your own meats and oils to. :)
     
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    Is it available at an average pet store?
     
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    Wow, one 4lb bag is 32.00
     
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    yeah, at first glance it looks expensive, but you don't feed the same amounts you'd feed kibble for example.

    one recipe [1 cup urban wolf + 1 pound of raw or cooked meat + 1.5 cups water + 2 tablespoons oil (fish oil is best)] makes 2 days worth of meals for a 50 lb dog.
     
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    I guess it is a good deal. I'll try to talk my mom into buying some for my corgi.
     

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