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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 09-13-2014, 01:06 PM
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I use ZiwiPeak for treats and Emmie's evening meal. They're easy to break apart, carry in your pocket, and they don't crumble. I also feed her K9 Natural treats but they're hard to find. And I really like K9 Natural frozen food too.

I used to train Emmie with Zuke's Mini Naturals and I would cut them up in half or thirds but I stopped buying them because they were bought out by Nestlé Purina and I don't like some of the ingredients.
Yes, we use Ziwi Peaks too. I don't think I've ever seen K9 Naturals. I'll keep my eye out for them.


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Tonight I bought a small bag of chicken Stella & Chewy's patties. Thought I would break the patties up and use as treats. Scout and Truffles loved them. I purchased ZiwiPeak about four weeks ago which they did like. Unfortunately it caused upset tummies. Today I noticed the food had mold on it Maybe it would have been a good idea to refrigerate it. I feed them chicken breasts and Orijen Regional, but thought they might like a change.
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Can the freeze dried food be added to their regular diet? Or will it upset their tummy?


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Some people think you shouldn't mix the two because they might digest differently. Nature's variety sells kibble mixed with freeze dried raw pieces. Molly did not have any problem when I use the freeze dried as a topper to her regular food. She loves it!



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Emmie is fed a variety of food/proteins and doesn't get gastro distress with it; for example, I may feed her Honest Kitchen Embark/Keen or K9 Natural (frozen) in the morning, and ZiwiPeak or a raw bone in the evening. And occasionally she might get a couple of these in the same meal. Our schedule changes a lot, we travel a bit, and aren't at home for every meal so her flexibility with food (and life in general) is a godsend.

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I used Stella and Chewie's freeze dried raw duck for training treats for Hallie. I hadn't given her much at all but she ended up in the ER with pancreatitis from them. So be sure to watch the fat content.
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