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    I use Coles brand Chicken & Rice flavoured. Asher has proven to be fussy with kibble. I would insult him if I served him up a bowl of kibble and nothing else. I know I could change this but I am not too worried. I mix a few bikkies through his dinner and thats all. I am guilty of spoiling Asher with too much ppl food - to a point he wouldn't eat his food. I have cut the ppl food and just last night he ate his dinner happily - I did flavour it well with juices from cooked chicken and left over gravy. But I am not prepared to spend a fortune on kibble if he isn't gonna eat it. All I am doing is keeping the cockroaches well fed.
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    Ours have EaglePack Holistic and also raw chicken mince & chicken wings.

    They used to be fed Eukenuba (as that's what they were being fed when we got them). They are a lot happier on EP and raw. My boy was hyper with a sensative tummy on Eukenuba, we believe this was due to the high level of preservatives etc. He's much more settled now and has a lovely soft coat also

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    EaglePack Holistic Select...doesn't contain by-product and other "nasties"
    I agree! Thanks to Cleas advice I got Rocky onto Holistic and he's never looked or felt better, he also LOVES the taste

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    I havent tried any of the fancy brand names above, but I feed Dora Royal Canin for Juniours. Shes so fussy with her kibble (fixing that!) and this is the only one so far (out of five brands) that she does eat... partially.

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    I used to feed Eagle Pack but mine didn't really like it.

    They go NUTS for Royal Canin. It's really oily and smelly and they just love it.
    Just bought a small bag of the Junior one for the pup for $13, will last him about a month with his canned food.

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    Pups love and do well on puppy supercoat and bones/chicken wings/minced carcass.
    I will be on the hunt soon for an adult one that Pretty likes better than adult supercoat, then they will all be swapped gradually to that.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    i feed 1 cup of supercoat split into 2 feeds and chicken necks and a chicken carcass every 2day as well as an egg once a week oh and natural yoghurt

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    So far from what i have learnt based on nutrition most kibble foods are grain based and are sprayed with animal fat to make them palatable. I would go for something which has the first ingredient listed as meat. Not meat by product or grain ive heard good things about eagle pack holistic, innova, hills, royal canin and eukanuba seems to be pretty good too Before i knew anything my dogs used to be fed pedigree pal which is rather crappy but it did work for them and they were healthy so i guess whatever is in your budget that your dogs do well on

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    My boy has been on roo mince since i brought him home,
    And as far dry food, he will eat anything i put in front of him,
    he's like a big black vacum cleaner..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackLexDog View Post
    My boy has been on roo mince since i brought him home,
    And as far dry food, he will eat anything i put in front of him,
    he's like a big black vacum cleaner..



    I have 1 of those type of dog's too.. built in vacuum guts



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