My babies eat Canidae all the time and are doing great.
If I were going to feed Chi just one kibble, it would be Canidae - We've fed strictly RAW and various other kibbles and her coat and general appearance is comparable between RAW and Canidae. It is much easier and at times quite a bit cheaper to feed the kibble rather than the raw too. BUT we still supplement with RAW a couple times a week just 'cause she likes it so much. Not a whole lot of preperation goes into tossing her a turkey neck to kill and crunch LOLYogi said:Well Brum, I can't even cook for myself If I try cooking for Yogi, he might get sick
I think I can only make a peanut butter sandwich, that's about it.
That's why I just want to stick with kibble or canned food or something that I don't have to prepare. At least until I get a little more experience and practice with cooking for Yogi.
Any idea why this is? I seemed to have finally found the right diet for my dog after a couple of month. However, all it takes is a different kind of treat thrown into the mix and he'll get loose stool.dobesanddragons said:But some dogs are VERY sensitive to changes in their diet, and I have a male with allergies who eats one type of high quality kibble and I have only found two types of premium treats that he can tolerate.
Yes, if fed too much. It's a very fatty/greasy and highly seasoned processed meat, and for the most part, processed meat is not that great for humans or dogs.Yogi said:How about slices of pepperoni from my pizza? Yogi loves those. Is that a bad treat?