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|It was so much fun to watch them eat it. They were sawing through the meat and bone with those big teeth in the back, and all I could think of was how much I've been depriving them of the experience of actually eating. Eating kibble is nothing like the eating behaviors animals are intended to experience. Plus chomping through raw meat and bone has got to be good for their teeth!|
|Hmmm...Dog is still stinking on lamb and rice
I think I remember this from when we put her on that before. Could she have a rice allergy? Or lamb? Is there a dog evo? Might that help her?
Originally Posted by QueenOfThePride
Try Feline Pine, or Yesterday's News.
Originally Posted by shannon0218
Actually the EVO has more probiotics than the regular, it's probably more that she's eating too much of it, you really don't need to feed much (like 2/3 of what she's eating of the regular)
Hope that might help!
Misti, mom to DS (12), DS (9), DD (3), and Mr. Man (October '10)!
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Note: By product meals are often derived from 4-D meat sources - defined as food animals that have been rejected for human consumption because they were presented to the meat packing plant as “Dead, Dying, Diseased or Disabled”.
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