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What food do y'all feed your Havanese?

We've been feeding Eva Taste of the Wild for her main food and in the mornings we'll give her a bit of Merrick canned food. She loves the turducken one haha.
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Tillie's also on Taste of the Wild! She has done fantastic on it and has never had a problem, I don't plan on changing her food unless she develops a problem with it at some point! She also has a spoonful of greek yogurt in the evenings.

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I hadn't even heard of Taste of the Wild until recently. While we were living in Japan the best cat food we could find was Purina One, which isn't all that great at all lol, and our poor kitties had a lot of digestion problems. Once we returned to the US a friend recommend I try it for our cats. Now their puking issue is mostly gone and their coats are super soft and shiny!
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wow! awesome! Tillie's breeder fed it to her from the begining and we didn't see any reason to change it. I never thought to feed it to our cats... we have 3 and they do fine on Costco cheapo's! LOL

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Luckily the store we buy it from every 13th bag is free! So in the end it costs us about the same as supermarket brands would.
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I feed Primal raw. I add freeze dried vegetable medley, cottage cheese, pumpkin, or something else healthy to it





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I've thought about going raw. Do you find that it gets messy? My grandmother feeds raw to her dogs but she lives on a big farm so she just feeds them in her field rather than in the house lol.
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No, it's not messy at all. It comes in one ounce cubes or patties.





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Ahh gotcha! My grandmother feeds her dogs from the animals they raise for meat so it tends to get pretty messy depending on what the latest slaughter was
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Yikes, that sounds much more messy than what I buy





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