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  1. #31
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    I have my guys on Uncle Alber's which is a natural feed that our neighbours give as their greyhounds staple and due to our mastiffX's tendency to have reactions to all the perceived BEST foods, this turned out to be the best. they also get raw eggs, cod liver oil, apple cider vinegar, milk powder, oats (cooked), weetbix, warm water and mixed fruit and vegies every day as well as bones thrice weekly. Uncle Alber's is 25 dollars for 22 kilos and the LOVE it.

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    I was feeding my puppy Advance Puppy Plus - Growth but it is so popular around here the 1.5 and 3kg packs are sold out most the time.
    I recently changed over to Eukanuba Puppy-Small Breed. He does seem more obedient on the Eukanuba. I also give him fresh food as much as possible like chicken and eggs.

    My dog is not fussy, he will eat anything put into his bowl within 1 minute flat.

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    Hi friends,

    I suggest the Iams Lamb Meal & Rice Formula Biscuits. Made with essential vitamins and minerals, our biscuits are formulated using high-quality ingredients similar to those in our dry dog food formulas to ensure that you are giving your dog a nutritious treat that you can feel good about

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    chloes just gone through advance active to try and add the few extra kgs on to her..

    We recently stopped all dry food for 2 weeks as she was becoming wayyy to fussy and driving me around the bend...

    This week we're doing a raw diet and advance,purely because its the first biscuit she's really eating..

    I eventually want to get her onto something organic and not so commercialised but we'll see how we go

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    Raw Raw Raw, only way to go soooo easy, my dogs eat a product called BARF it is minced up bones, offal, liver, heart etc, the works and its raw also add grated carrot,spinach a grated apple most vegies but also raw added to the diet is also chicken necks, wings, bones and chicken carcass they absoutely love it.

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    As Nero is 12months he is still on Propac puppy food. This was recommeneded as due to his size the blend meets his requirement. It was also recommended due to the lower amount of protein something this breed requires less of.
    He is also fed chicken cacasses and chicken mince at times.

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    ozeymum,

    Yes, Iams and Eukanuba are the same company. They are part of the Proctor & Gamble group of companies (more than just pet foods), which is known for extensive animal testing. According to what I've discovered, I believe Purina (who make One, ProPlan, SuperCoat, etc) and Hills (Science Diet) are aslo notorious animal testers.

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    This is a very old thread Spectrum, and Ozeymum is no longer with us. Has not been for some time.

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    RAW mostly with about a 15% of home cooked......When we travel we use Black hawk, australian made, no preservatives, no colouring, no wheat/corn or flavouring. My super allergic dog can eat it without problems. we change over when we are traveling and have no change-over problems, all we add is some RAW met and veggie slop that we take with us
    Pets are forever

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    I've found raw Kangaroo meat is the best for my dogs. And for treats I tried ordering online for the first time through All Natural Pet Treats, great prices actually and free delivery Australia wide, easy as that.

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