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Thread: Adult V Senior Kibble

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    Default Adult V Senior Kibble

    I think (correct me if I'm wrong) that Taya is classed as a 'senior' by most dog food brands. She is 7 years old.

    I'm just wondering if there really is any difference between adult and senior dry food.

    As a side note, I would hardly call my little lady a senior, more like middle-aged *sob*

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    Yep, she's senior, and yep, she needs to be switched to senior kibble. Same with Lades, she's barely 'old'.
    Senior kibble just has more minerals, vitamins and nutrients. Lower in protein, fat and calories and higher is fibre. You can continue feeding the same amount, but do smaller amounts.
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    Ok, thanks for that. I'll switch to senior once we've finished the current bag.

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    Sorry, i just re read that 'you can continue feeding the same amount, just smaller amonts?'
    I meant you could continue feeding the same 'adult' feed, just smaller amounts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Sorry, i just re read that 'you can continue feeding the same amount, just smaller amonts?'

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Sorry, i just re read that 'you can continue feeding the same amount, just smaller amonts?'
    I meant you could continue feeding the same 'adult' feed, just smaller amounts.
    Lol yeah I wondered what you meant

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