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What's you dog's favorite food brand?

  1. Cardisa profile image92
    Cardisaposted 4 years ago

    I am having a little trouble.

    My dog is used to the Alpo brand but I have been unable to get it in the stores so had to switch to Purina. Now she wont eat it unless I add table scraps. Most of my food is spicy so am unable to add scraps on those occasions. I am worried because she is pregnant.

    Does anyone have any ideas who to deal with this?

    1. daxamite profile image94
      daxamiteposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      One thought might be to pour some wet food over the dry food. I know my dog went crazy for this.

    2. Petlife profile image59
      Petlifeposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      dogs will sometimes stop eating during pregnancy (morning sickness like symptoms) try switching to a puppy formula it is higher in caloric intake you can try the purina pro plan shredded blend it has bits of shredded chicken in it

    3. tlmcgaa70 profile image76
      tlmcgaa70posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      i know this is a little bit late, and i sure hope your dog came through with healthy pups...but were you aware that Alpo is produced by Purina? also, Purina is the only pet food i trust out there. here in the states, at least, there has never, to my knowledge, been a recall of foods from Purina. not to mention they have been researching pets nutritional needs for some 100 years now. AND my vet suggested i use it. i have been feeding Purina to my cats and dogs for some ten years now, with great results.
      check out this link

      https://www.purina.com/

      1. Cardisa profile image92
        Cardisaposted 3 years agoin reply to this

        I realized that Alpo was a Purina brand shortly after posting this...lol. However, I have a found a brand that my dog loves, plus the reviews on the Purina brand aren't so wonderful based on some of the ingredients in their food.

        1. tlmcgaa70 profile image76
          tlmcgaa70posted 3 years agoin reply to this

          i am glad you found something your dog liked. i will stick with Purina, because the results speak for themselves. i know a lot of people have an issue with grains in pet food, but in the link i shared with you, Purina explains why they need grains. anyway...have a great day...

          1. Cardisa profile image92
            Cardisaposted 3 years agoin reply to this

            Thanks for your response, really appreciate it. As Psycheskinnner said, all dog foods get some negative reviews because different people have different opinions I guess.

  2. alexadry profile image93
    alexadryposted 4 years ago

    This is an important phase and mother dog needs to fulfill nutritional needs. As you imagine, inadequate nutrition during this time may have a negative impact on her well being and the health of her pups. I know some breeders feed their dams high-quality puppy food, but I think your best bet is to ask a nutrition specialist. I am not a breeder by profession, but hopefully some hubbers who are experienced breeders will chime in.

  3. psycheskinner profile image81
    psycheskinnerposted 3 years ago

    All dog food brands get some bad reviews because what we should feed dogs is an unbelievably contentious issue in certain circles.

 
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