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    Our staffy gets boxed dog meat from the butchers and a few bones a week.

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    Our dogs eat royal cannin breed specific, it makes their coats shine and they are nearly 8 and havent needed a teeth clean yet which is terrific. They also get bones and pigs ears.

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    When we had a kitty, I gave her Science Diet mostly. She preferred it. She wouldn't eat any of their wet food, or raw roo mince or anything... she would only eat Whisker's kitten pouches, so she got one of them for dinner at night, but otherwise Science Diet.

    Our quaker parrots, Yoshi and Charlie, eat Vetafarm pellets, and we add in a bit of millet spray and stuff. Holly, a olive scaly-breasted lorikeet has nectar mixes and dry stuff, she won't do pellets. All of them also get fresh fruit and veg daily. The boys are pigs though and will try and steal whatever you're eating.

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    dog gets supercoat biscuits ( only ones she will eat) and chicken mince occasionally

    the kitten/ cat gets canned food fish of some sort abd dry biscuits

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    Our puppy has Nutro organic and a meaty bone a day.

    She is an expensive Mut!!! Nutro is $110 a bag!!

    My cats eat whiskers, I had no idea how bad it was for them till I was researching about dog foods!!
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    Our Greyhound is fed Nutro dry food with occasional table scraps and bones.

    I only buy the 3kg bags of Nutro which is $32 and it'll last a fortnight

    *I can haz typos*

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    oh and she used to get whiskers kitten pouches when she was little

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    2x Chicken Frames a day + Aldi dry food. Also gets bones.

    Vet reckons her teeth are the best in a dog he's ever seen.

    She is a bull mastiff x Dane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmPowering View Post
    oh and she used to get whiskers kitten pouches when she was little
    My baby has those, but I seem to have another cat. She is older, about 4 years, and I don't know what to give her. She likes milk too lol so I know she won't completely starve if I give her that.

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    Raw meat, pedigree dry food plus bones & what ever the kids shove in their faces.

    We have 2 6yo whippets


 

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