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Caesars Beef Wet

Well we were worried that Radar was beginnig to get finicky and we were right. He ate some Caesar's Beef Wet on his dry kibble today and went gonzo for the stuff. My Wife said she couldn't even get the bowl on the floor before Radar was gobbling it down. What do other's here give their little guys and gals for wet food??

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Wellness Puppy

Winston loves it.

It is human-grade; and has NO meat by-products; corn; wheat; wheat gulten; soy; dairy; artificial colors flavors or preservatives.

I mix with kibble for dinner. He gets just kibble for breakfast.

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Great thanks for letting me know. I thought it seemed pretty good...now I have some input...Thanks

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Hi Derek,
I got away from wet, but when I fed it they liked Merrick Wingaling. It has whole chicken wings, vegtables etc and human grade. The only thing I didn't like about it was it had a touch of food coloring.

FYI. If you decide on raw feeding my guys love Primal, it's all organic. They are finicky too!





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Hey I was out of Wellness and the pet store I

normallly go to was closed but Petsmart was open....

So I bought some Nutro dry. The guy I talked to said it makes their coats really shiny. The ingredients seemed good and I was desperate. They don't sell wellness. There were 3 holistic choices in the whole place. It's a amazing the brands that advertise themselves as healthier or whatever [misleading ads on front] but the ingredients are [email protected]#. Anyway...he'll try it in the morning as I had a little left of WN.

He also recommended moving away from wet.

Opinions? It would be a lot cheaper not to have to mix....

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I am not sure about Nutro, but if you can get the Whole Dog Journal, it talks about how to rate dog food etc. I do know if a great dry food that I have a hard time getting here. I know my dogs all loved it. It's Timberwolf. They like the wild & natural and bison.





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There is a link, on some thread, with a quiz to give your kibble to find out how healthy it is. Of course I have no memory of where!

I used to feed Ultra Nutro and my dogs enjoyed it.

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Nico doesn't get wet food and I'm hoping not to have to start giving it to him. The wettest it gets is when I add a little bit of chicken broth to his Pro Plan kibble. So far he hasn't been that finicky. He's missed a meal or two, but when he gets hungry he'll eat. My fingers are crossed that he doesn't get real finicky as he gets older.
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It's Nutro Ultra Puppy...

the adult got a 104 A+ on this quiz...
http://largedog.meetup.com/boards/vi...thread=2914614

I'll have to do the quiz...
About 101 or 102 so A+....
Wow...it's a pain...

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I'm leaning away from the wet...

plus his beard always smells after he eats it! Yucko!

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