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  • in reply to: high protein, low carb dog food #45314 Report Abuse
    moxie
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    Simply Nourish, Weruva, or Merrick

    in reply to: canned or kibble #43537 Report Abuse
    moxie
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    Canned food is better than kibble. It is less processed and has more protein and fewer carbohydrates. Canned food also has fewer preservatives.

    in reply to: What are your favorite foods? #43293 Report Abuse
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    Simply Nourish, Weruva, Castor and Pollux, Merrick, Whole Earth Farms

    in reply to: Suggest a Budget-Friendly Dog Food #38409 Report Abuse
    moxie
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    I don’t think anyone can consider Tiki dog food to be budget-friendly. On Chewy.com, the cheapest case of 14 oz. cans is 41.99.

    in reply to: Comments on the Editors Choice! #37503 Report Abuse
    moxie
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    Who wants to pay for moisture when you can be purchasing protein??

    in reply to: Comments on the Editors Choice! #37488 Report Abuse
    moxie
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    Forgot to mention that Simply Nourish Tuna and Salmon has more protein than Jammin’ Salmon!

    in reply to: Comments on the Editors Choice! #37485 Report Abuse
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    I am comparing Simply Nourish Tuna and Salmon Stew with Weruva Jammin’ Salmon which I have ordered from Chewy in the past. I do not buy the Simply Nourish bisques (which for some reason cost more–2.39 a can) because they are too “soupy”. And that is somewhat like Jammin’ Salmon, because it has a higher moisture content than SN Tuna and Salmon Stew. Simply Nourish just upped their price on the stews to 2.25 instead of the 2.00 per can that I had purchased in the past–:(. But putting the two foods side by side in a dish–the Simply Nourish Stews look much higher in quality. And since I am feeding a 6 pound toy fox terrier, a 10 oz. can is fine!

    in reply to: Comments on the Editors Choice! #36886 Report Abuse
    moxie
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    I like Weruva also, but if you try Simply Nourish canned stews you will get the same amount of protein for less money. I think it looks even better than Weruva.

    in reply to: Suggest a Budget-Friendly Dog Food #36852 Report Abuse
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    Simply Nourish Dog Food Canned

    in reply to: Best weight loss dog food #24275 Report Abuse
    moxie
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    Thanks for the info Pugmom! I’m going to buy some Epigen and Weruva.

    in reply to: Best weight loss dog food #24271 Report Abuse
    moxie
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    Pugmomsandy–Do you buy the Epigen kibble over the internet? Which one do you feed? Do you “top” the Epigen with the Weruva?

    in reply to: Best weight loss dog food #24262 Report Abuse
    moxie
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    I currently feed my toy fox terrier twice a day–One tablespoon of Premium Edge and One tablespoon of canned Dogswell Happy Hips as a “topper”. In the past I have fed EVO, but it was recalled. I have also fed Wellness Core Reduced Fat. Will look into Annamaet’s lean. It doesn’t take much food for a 6.4 lb. dog, so I want to feed the best. She should probably weigh around 5.5 pounds. Thanks for responding.

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