dog food question

United States
January 9, 2007 12:03pm CST
What food do you feed your dog? Dry, moist, or wet? What brand, and why did you pick that brand? I will be rating each response only. Thank you.
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12 responses
@sandie61 (2359)
• United States
10 Jan 07
we feed our dogs Iams dry dog food. thay also eat wet. my 2 small dogs eat mighty dog and our golden retriever eats alpo prime slices.
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• United States
10 Jan 07
+ rating, thank you once again.
@sandie61 (2359)
• United States
6 Feb 07
Thanks Margieanne for rating me best response:):):) I appreciate it.
• United States
10 Jan 07
My Three - Healthy and happy
Dry Iams or Science Diet. They have the best nutrition ratings with less fillers. Less filler mean less poop as their systems are absorbing more good stuff and less junk
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• United States
10 Jan 07
Great, + rating so far. Thank you.
@Willowlady (10665)
• United States
10 Jan 07
dog food, golden bits - kibble on the large size for my big boys that alert me to the goings on on my property
We buy 50 pounds of dog food called Golden Bits. It is dry, kibble form and we have scraps from our dinners we add to it for variety. We add some canned wet food in the winter when they need more calories for heat etc. We like to treat them with formed dog bones and purchased package treats too. They are not fat and they clean their plates with little waste. When they reduce food intake due to warmer weather we reduce what we feed them.
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• United States
10 Jan 07
+ rating again. Thanks for sharing.
• Ireland
9 Jan 07
Pedigree chum - steeped in warm water. Recommended by the vet as it keeps the dos's coat nice and chiny and is healthy also for teeth and bones.
• United States
9 Jan 07
Never heard of it. Thanks.
• United States
9 Jan 07
We buy the wet pedigree kind for our dog that stays inside cause she's picky and that's all she will eat. We have tried lots of different kinds with her and she will go hungry before she eats them so we have to buy this certain kind for her. Then our dog outside eats dry dog food and we just usually get what's on sale for her. She'll eat any kind so we don't buy just one brand.
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• United States
9 Jan 07
The sale one, is it good quality? Why does one stay outside?
@mari61960 (4895)
• United States
9 Jan 07
I don't understand how this is a discussion when the person that started it is not going to be replying, only rating answers. To me it is against Mylot discussion guidelines.
• United States
9 Jan 07
Why do you keep making negative remarks to me? I have not done anything wrong.
• United States
9 Jan 07
Where is your response back to this statement?
@sandie61 (2359)
• United States
10 Jan 07
why do you say that? margieanne always replys to our answers. it is very rude of you. if you do not like the discussion then skip it. like everyone else does.
@abg1988 (340)
• India
16 Feb 07
all kind of food. especially pedigree
@shonali (1286)
• India
16 Feb 07
i give all my dogs PEDIGREE... is the complete heath food i can find and trust me i have seen the results of home made food and pedigree within days of giving pedigree..... its an amazing food to give ur dog..... its simply out of experience that im saying this....and my dogs have also gone thru the test done my pedigree on how pedigree increases the immunity within the dog./..... and its proved too......
@lsen06 (4999)
• India
9 Feb 07
i give rice and meat to my dog.
@caramello (4381)
• Australia
8 Feb 07
Hi margie, well for brekkie my dog has dry food, a bone bikkie for lunch (and he knows when it is lunchtime) and for dinner some meat roll and I boil the pealings from vegies, and mash them up with his roll. He has never had canned food in the 9 years we have had him, and seems to be thriving.
@ctinabina (386)
• United States
7 Feb 07
I give my dog Blue Buffalo brand dry food with 1 can of chicken and & vegetable (also Blue Buffalo) mixed in. I used to feed her Nutro Lamb and Rice, but looking at the ingredients, Blue Buffalo makes a superior product. It has less fillers, less sugars, and more protein derived straight from chickens! Over all, of course, is that my dog much prefers the taste of Blue Buffalo to Nutro. I purchase Blue Buffalo at Petsmart. They stock it near the Royal Canin.
@finidinwa (497)
• United States
10 Jan 07
well this is a nice and interested topic and evry mylot user will like to respond to it but for me i give the milk always