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Researching for the inevitable food change!

Discussion in 'Commercial Food' started by Wendy C, May 28, 2020.

  1. Piper's mom

    Piper's mom Moderator

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    The amount I feed them is based on their weight. I probably feed them this food about 3/week and they each get 1/4 cup (this is the equivalent of one meal). I feed them Smack Wendy, I do believe this is available in Ontario (they do ship) and is made here in Winnipeg and I 100% trust the quality of this food. They do have quite a few different varieties, we've tried the chunky chicken and this time I ordered the pork (expecting a delivery on Monday). They do have a discount for first time purchasers (it is expensive) I believe the promo code is newsletter. You can feed it either dry or add liquid and let it reconstitute a bit. Very few carbs in this food (and very few ingredients) which makes me happy. One bag lasts us about a month and a half, the biggest bag is 2.5 kgs, not a big bag but you feed them a fraction of kibble based food because of the lack of carbs...a little goes a long way.
     
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  2. Wendy C

    Wendy C Forums Enthusiast

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    I finally got an email yesterday saying Coop is clear of any parasites and worms so I did an email reply and said does this mean now changing foods and if so what should I be looking for in Cooper’s food? I will pick my own using all the advice and info given by the group, but I was just curious what I would get back. lol. Happy at least that he isn’t carrying around any hitch hikers in his innards! lol :)
     

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