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    Royal Canin light cat food. they were on science diet before that but got sick of the taste.

    I feel a bit guilty being a vegetarian and giving the cats meat though. I should try the vegetarian food.

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    No tinned food for my dog.

    She gets chicken necks and supercoat (I think) dry biscuits at night.

    She sometimes gets leftovers (if there are any lol)

    I was advised to give my dog chicken necks or similar as tinned food has too much water and not enough substance. I was also told to give those specific biscuits as they are protein based.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Royal Canin light cat food. they were on science diet before that but got sick of the taste.

    I feel a bit guilty being a vegetarian and giving the cats meat though. I should try the vegetarian food.
    Yes me too. My dog was on the organic vegan food but then I became poor. If that changes they will go on that. The dog treats are organic and vegan, even suitable for human consumption. They are at the cruelty free shop online but now at a local specialty store too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Yes me too. My dog was on the organic vegan food but then I became poor. If that changes they will go on that. The dog treats are organic and vegan, even suitable for human consumption. They are at the cruelty free shop online but now at a local specialty store too.
    I don't have that excuse. I don't think the veggie stuff would probably be much more that the royal canin or the science diet, would it?

    I'm worried the cats will reject it.

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    Our cocker spaniel gets advance or naturo (i think, DP normally gets it) we find he gets really moody & grumpy on cheap food - the dog not DP :-p.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    I don't have that excuse. I don't think the veggie stuff would probably be much more that the royal canin or the science diet, would it?

    I'm worried the cats will reject it.
    http://crueltyfreeshop.com.au/index....&cPath=2_14_39

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    Our chickens get all our food scraps plus laying pellets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post

    Thanks for that. I should order a 1kg bag to see what the cats think.

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    We have a german shepard x Lab and a Kelpy x border collie. They eat a heap load. We buy bulk dry dog food (as wet dog food is bad for dogs teeth according to our vet). And they also have any scraps left over after dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsMummy View Post
    Thanks for that. I should order a 1kg bag to see what the cats think.
    I'm lucky my dog isn't picky.


 

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