Give me your dog food opinions please

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Re: Give me your dog food opinions please

Postby babytigger » Tue Feb 23, 2010 2:03 pm

This is reportedly another good food:

http://www.wysong.net/
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Re: Give me your dog food opinions please

Postby fusspot » Tue Feb 23, 2010 7:47 pm

Cool, thanks BT.

I figure Temptations can't be that bad, they are only 2 calories each so I indulge them.

I feed my cats both wet and dry. They get wet twice a day and share a bowl of dry in between wet feedings because, according to them, they would wither and die of starvation between 7am and 6pm!
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Re: Give me your dog food opinions please

Postby babytigger » Wed Feb 24, 2010 10:30 am

I tried giving mine the Wellness treats, and they looked at me like I was poisoning them. Not one of the 4 would even touch them. So I figured, since they all eat properly, an actual "bad" treat was OK...it's a treat after all, not their main diet.
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Re: Give me your dog food opinions please

Postby Howie » Fri Feb 26, 2010 7:13 am

I've tried a few different foods with Howie but have finally found Fromm is the best with him as long as it's not any of the fish flavours (makes him throw up for some reason). I tried the Orijen which he seemed to really enjoy but it didn't sit well with him and it gave him the worst gas ever. Bostons are known for farting but this was ridiculous.
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Re: Give me your dog food opinions please

Postby Patricia » Fri Feb 26, 2010 12:34 pm

Howie wrote: Bostons are known for farting but this was ridiculous.


Really? Certain breeds are know for that? :lol: I think it would be more based on what they ingest/eat.
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Re: Give me your dog food opinions please

Postby fusspot » Fri Feb 26, 2010 7:47 pm

Aw, Howie's farts can't stink..he's a little angel. I think your SO is blaming Howie! :D
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Re: Give me your dog food opinions please

Postby Howie » Sun Feb 28, 2010 5:10 pm

It's true that certain foods will make the problem worse but some breeds are prone to it more then others. It may be their build (little waist and big deep chest seem to have the biggest issue with it...boxers are bad too).
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