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i have thought about switching my dogs food from wellness to a new line called ziwipeak from new zealand, it's raw food that's had the moisutre removed, kind of like soft jerky. it looks like square poker chips. it's suppose to be the best food out there, all protein, wanted to see if anyone had tried this or similar brands or are feeding raw with success
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I have experimented with adding the Ziwi Peak to their NV raw Medallions (which I cook). Jasper loves it-- Cash not so much. It is quite expensive for us to feed exclusively with two. But I wanted to get them used to it as it will be easier to travel with. And also, Since I cook the medallions, I was worried about losing some nutrients so thought adding the ziwi peak would add some nutrients back.

I have heard great things about it too. It is a good mix of protein, good carbs and a natural source of glucosomine. It is pretty low in fiber-- so you may have either runs or really hard stools-- but they should be smaller.

I feel a little weird that it comes from so far away. But I was looking at a bag of Purina Pro Plan the other day and their pet division is in Australia.




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