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At what age do you introduce another protein and which protein. Would kangaroo be ok at 8 weeks???

Advice by Karen MitchellKaren Mitchell, 31 Oct 2015 18:22

Hi,
Great article. What if I'm unable to get hold of ground turkey and I prefer not to give chicken.. What is the next best?
TIA

First protein by Karen MitchellKaren Mitchell, 13 Sep 2015 19:22

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Lots of useful resources. Will definitely share this website with my friends that have cats and dogs. Sometimes feeding pets gets complicated, unlike humans can just get kitchen equipment and cook your food.

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I feed this food to my two dogs along with Hund-N-Flocken (Solid Gold), both are corn-free bordering on ultra-premium foods. The main difference I think is that the uber-premiums are grain free whereas this line gives up some quality for a price-point. This food has a slight odor of fish, very slight. Not greasy at all, but does powder up easily.

Good food, decent price by turtle parlorturtle parlor, 13 Feb 2009 16:27

I feed my two dogs this food as well as Solid Gold WolfKing. The dogs seem to have no preference as to the type, so I mix it up sometimes, keep it exciting for the dogs.

One thing I really like about this food is the lack of chicken, it's one simple main protein ingredient.

Good food, decent price by turtle parlorturtle parlor, 13 Feb 2009 16:24

..and it's great! Good-smelling, excellent quality and IMHO, affordable at around $8-10 for 4lbs. Keeper usually chows through a 4lb bag once a month, so it's not too hard on my wallet. I like this mix for its Vitamin D and E and the oils (almond, seasame, flaxseed and salmon) are perfect for a thick-coated breed like a Pom.

I supplement with Merrick, Evangers or Fromm's canned wet food, and feed twice a day. 1/4 cup dry in the morning, and anything left over gets mixed into 1/4 cup dry mixed with approx. 1/4 can wet for dinner.

The cat would always bug me when I ate tuna, but she usually understood that it wasn't for her and would leave me alone after a few minutes. But these cans LOOK like the cans of tuna for humans and the food inside SMELLS like tuna for humans, so now she is 100% convinced that I am eating HER FOOD and she will not shut up.

That is the only downside of this food. She really, really, really likes it.

This is some really great canned tuna! Its full of real chunky tuna, and has the added benefits of the Taurine and vitamins and minerals that cats need to have. Its not a patte style, over processed canned tuna. This is real chunky tuna like you would get at your grocery store, for your own meals- but should NEVER feed to cats because human tuna lacks the important Taurine and vitamins kitties need.

It isn't overly pungent, like some foods may be. It seems like the real tuna it is, and its like crack for kitties. It usually has the effect of getting cats who aren't feeling well and don't have a desire to eat, to get them to eat! And if you feed it to your cat's regularly, they will ask for it (our girl does). The only issue we have is that we have to cut up the chunky pieces of tuna for our overly spoiled, delicate kitty who refuses to chomp down on the big pieces. I think any other cat wouldn't have issues, but we spoil our girl so.. yeah, she is catered to.

We only feed her this every so often, she doesn't get it every day. But it seems to be the only wet canned food that she is willing to eat.

For her dry food we were feeding her the Katz'n Flocken dry Solid Gold cat food. But we decided to switch her to a higher protein food (Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline formula), since our cat is such a super active kitty. But I have nothing but good stuff to say about the whole line of Solid Gold cat food.

I personally feed my cat Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline Formula, and have for several months now.

We got our cat from a shelter, and the Shelter was good enough that they felt the same way about feeding a good food as I do. They were feeding the cats all Solid Gold Katz'n Flocken, which is another fantastic food! But I was reading the gauranteed analysis on the food and saw that Taste of the Wild had a higher protein content. And since cats should have a higher protein in their foods, and I liked the venison and salmon in their formula, I decided to see how our cat would like Taste of the Wild. As soon as I gave it to her, that became her favorite food next to the Solid Gold canned tuna we feed her. And since we want to feed her a diet of dry and wet cat food, I decided to switch her from Solid Gold Katz'n Flocken, to Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline Formula and keep her on the Solid Gold canned tuna (the cat food tuna is just like the human grade tuna, with chunks of tuna, but it also has the taurine and other nurtional benefits that cats can't get from canned tuna you get in the supermarket for your meal).

Our cat has a beautiful coat, she is about 2 to 5 years old (shelter cat!) and acts like a kitten, has the zoomies all over the house, and is as healthy as a horse. She is free fed the Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline Formula, and as much as she does eat, she is the ideal weight. I hope we never have to find any other brand.

Also, it bares mentioning that like a lot of premium foods, Taste of the Wild was not included in the 2007 FDA petfood recalls. This gives us peace of mind!

I personally feed my cat Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline Formula, and have for several months now.

We got our cat from a shelter, and the Shelter was good enough that they felt the same way about feeding a good food as I do. They were feeding the cats all Solid Gold Katz'n Flocken, which is another fantastic food! But I was reading the gauranteed analysis on the food and saw that Taste of the Wild had a higher protein content. And since cats should have a higher protein in their foods, and I liked the venison and salmon in their formula, I decided to see how our cat would like Taste of the Wild. As soon as I gave it to her, that became her favorite food next to the Solid Gold canned tuna we feed her. And since we want to feed her a diet of dry and wet cat food, I decided to switch her from Solid Gold Katz'n Flocken, to Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline Formula and keep her on the Solid Gold canned tuna (the cat food tuna is just like the human grade tuna, with chunks of tuna, but it also has the taurine and other nutritional benefits that cats can't get from canned tuna you get in the supermarket for your meal).

Our cat has a beautiful coat, she is about 2 to 5 years old (shelter cat!) and acts like a kitten, has the zoomies all over the house, and is as healthy as a horse. She is free fed the Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Feline Formula, and as much as she does eat, she is the ideal weight. I hope we never have to find any other brand.

Also, it bares mentioning that like a lot of premium foods, Taste of the Wild was not included in the 2007 FDA petfood recalls. This gives us peace of mind!

My dog is on Orijen 6 Fresh fish for her allergies and she loves it! It is a little stinky though so make sure you get a food container with a good seal! In my area (Orlando,FL) I pay about $75 for a 29.7lb bag.

Orijen by DenialTwistDenialTwist, 05 Feb 2009 18:55

I have fed the standard Orijen Cat formula to five ferrets and one cat over the last couple of years, and it's been great. They all absolutely love it and will reject other foods to eat it, even if they have to pick other foods out of their food bowl or go without food for a while. A now-deceased, formerly very sick ferret of ours had a big energy increase when she started eating it, and a couple of skinny ferrets have gained weight on it.

The cat also loves the 6 Fresh Fish stuff as a treat.

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