Use this section to discuss pros and cons of variuous feeding regimes and other matters relating to nutrition
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- Joined: 19 Apr 2014, 19:18
- Location: Fraser Valley British Columbia Canada
I feed my dogs a all natural grain free dogfod. It come in three different variatys beef, fish or chicken all are with sweet potato
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- Joined: 03 Nov 2006, 20:30
- Location: South Dorset
I would ring the changes - they like a bit of variety and it saves them building up an allergy.
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- Joined: 11 Jan 2012, 20:22
- Location: Swindon.
With Oscar, we feed dry complete food, but we change the flavour every other month, and also supplement his diet, with fresh chicken, sardines and some veg. I think with a very small pup, too many food changes too quickly can upset their tums
Oscar & hoomans.
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- Joined: 19 Mar 2013, 16:08
- Location: Wirral
Roma has taste of the wild and we rotate the flavours each time we do a new order, although the wetlands one (that she's on a the moment) took a bit longer than usual for her tum to adapt to.
Rachel & Roma
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- Joined: 29 Dec 2013, 12:04
Ursa's on a mixture of wet trays (Nature's Diet for puppies) and Simpson premium puppy kibble (80/20, no grains). She wolfs it all down - she used to take a while to eat the kibble but I've started wetting it and also mixing in meat and fish skins for a little variety. She's growing well and seems full of beans!
Ursa: born 28.10.13