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Old 12-13-2012, 10:28 PM
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Aw, so its a kibble that has pieces of freeze dried meat in it? I personally would skip the kibble and go straight to the meat, but that's just me! If she's doing well on it, then continue to feed it. Perhaps use it in a rotation. I am a big advocate of rotating foods and not feeding the same thing bag after bag.
I rotate her food very often, diff meat sources and brands. Right now she's on pet botanics omega, salmon. They are doing great! Im going to rotate to rawboost next and add bits of rabbit meat and buy them turkey necks.


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I rotate her food very often, diff meat sources and brands. Right now she's on pet botanics omega, salmon. They are doing great! Im going to rotate to rawboost next and add bits of rabbit meat and buy them turkey necks.


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I had Juliet and the new puppy (Gingersnap) on the raw boost. I had Juliet on ZP and was talked into switching her. I tried the Instinct (they both loved it); however, I noticed that their BMs were larger and much smellier on the Instinct (compared to what Juliet produced on the ZP.) I finally got them both switched back to the ZP and the smell factor cleared up and their stools were smaller and firmer. Not sure if that helps you. Just relating my experience with it.

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Ack...I had a terrible experience w/mixing kibble & raw (accidentally). LOL I would never mix actual PMR & kibble. Premades I think are a little different? My good breeder friend feeds Instinct Raw Boost & LOVES it. She does have one girl that is allergic to one variety but the rest of her crew (she has around 16 dogs give/take a few at any given time) and I believe everyone else thrives well on it & they all look great. I also would skip the kibble & just feed the raw LOL (which I DO) but I can also understand the financial part of it as well. It isn't cheap to feed raw but I would likely feed this kibble if we had to cut back financially.

I did chat with our local food supplier about this food & she doesn't carry it simply because it would be cheaper to buy the NV Instict Kibble and add the NV Instict BOOST powder. It's exactly the same thing & would be cheaper in the long run. So she chose not to carry it in the store. She did recommend the duck/turkey formula of them all I believe....based on ingredients.
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