wordless wednesday? ya, i don't think so. BOL
i finally found a kibble that bailey can eat without any problems. it is now fresh from the canadian company, petcurean. it is made specifically for small breed dogs.
on the left is her old kibble (orijen six-fish). it is small but not small enough. she had trouble biting the kibble and would get scared each time she would crush it in her mouth. so i ended up having to cut each of her kibble into 2-3 pieces. (the things we do for our doggies, right?)
with the much smaller and thinner kibble, she has no trouble eating and she doesn't scare herself when she chews. BOL
it is made with 100% fresh turkey, salmon, duck & omega oils. it is also grain free with 0% rendered meats, 0% by-product meals, and 0% gluten, wheat, corn & soy. the ingredient list also lists a healthy assortment of fruits, vegetables and herbs.
of course i give this to her in addition to her regular diet of fresh cooked chicken, assorted veggies (she loves cauliflower), cottage cheese...
thanks to blogpaws for hosting the wordless wednesday blog hop!
until we meet again my friends-
Fromm also has small kibbles if you rotate.ReplyDelete
What a find! So glad you found something that is healthy and perfectly sized for our little Bailey!ReplyDelete
What a happy find! I'm sure she's thrilled.ReplyDelete
Glad you found something that worked.ReplyDelete
Interesting. We are always looking for larger bites, never thought that she is smaller than our cats and needs really tiny food.ReplyDelete
Sounds good. Mom also found Natures Logic. Check it outReplyDelete
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Nom noms are good ;)ReplyDelete
Well that certainly was a good find. Bailey must be so happy.ReplyDelete
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My 4lb Chorkie loves this food...it's small enough and grain free.ReplyDelete
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