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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-22-2012, 06:26 PM
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if WE can do it, ANYONE can do it ... ahem... DAVE. :P

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One of these days. But you noticed , canned is pretty good too.

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I'm going to get in touch with Sabine again, also. Kodi doesn't seem to be thrilled with his usual diet, but if I give him his kibble with some chicken, turkey or beef (cooked), he eats it with gusto. Maybe home cooked is the way to go.


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OMG! You mean I can just open a can? This morning, gave my little Velvet Elvis (what I call Cash sometimes.). 1/3 a can of Addiction buffalo meat loaf. He was in heaven. No taking out the heavy frozen raw.... No extra bison patties... Just open a can and serve...

Now, only been one meal...who knows how he will react... And I think I will still get Sabine to create a recipe... But man oh man was that easy!

Dave, do you just use canned? Do you supps? Any raw meaty bones?

Molly is beautiful and never seems to have any problems... Hmmmm canned?

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OMG! You mean I can just open a can? This morning, gave my little Velvet Elvis (what I call Cash sometimes.). 1/3 a can of Addiction buffalo meat loaf. He was in heaven. No taking out the heavy frozen raw.... No extra bison patties... Just open a can and serve...

Now, only been one meal...who knows how he will react... And I think I will still get Sabine to create a recipe... But man oh man was that easy!

Dave, do you just use canned? Do you supps? Any raw meaty bones?

Molly is beautiful and never seems to have any problems... Hmmmm canned?
yep, I did a consult with Sabine and we've been on canned for awhile. I would do home cooked if time was with us. Yes a few inexpensive human grade suppliments. No bones. Bully sticks.

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My wife just bought a pressure cooker and the recipe we go with now is Chicken thighs, rice, vegetable variety pak (green beans, peas, corn). She puts everything in cooker as is, adds water seals and turns on. Cooks for 20 min when pressure reaches 15lbs. and done. We feed California Natural for dry. We have a 5 yr old Hav that is very very picky and he loves it. We did the math too. A 3.5 oz Cesars portion @.70 cents is .20$ an ounce. Her home food is .03 per ounce.
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