What is the rating of Blue Buffalo Fish and Sweet Potato Dry Dog Food
Blue Buffalo Fish and Sweet Potato is a seven star food. It is what I feed my dogs. They love it and thrive on it. They have been eating Blue Buffalo for almost three years. I switched to the Fish and Sweet Potato formula about six months ago because I like the low ratio of Omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids 2.3:1. It is so good for their skin and coat.
by tausha32 7 years ago
what are your thoughts on Blue Buffalo cat food? I have three cats. Two seem to do well on it...and I have an older cat who is having issues with hard food so I switched her to canned and am wondering what your thoughts are on that topic also. She prefers friskies ( I have only tried friskies, 9...
by DogAllergyDiva 7 years ago
Just curious what brands folks are feeding thier dogs and why? Have you done much research on what is good for your dog? Do you give much preference to brand based on your dog's breed?
by TheHoleStory 5 years ago
Is this the biggest sweet potato that you have ever seen?That is a normal sized apple sitting next to it in the photograph which I took. The sweet potato tipped the scales right at 2 pounds and 7 ounces when it was officially weighed.
by Chris 6 years ago
Does anyone know how to make sweet potato treats for dogs?I am pretty capable of making a variety of treats for my dogs using human-grade ingredients. However, they love the sweet potato chewies from the pet store, which are exorbatantly priced. I dehydrate lots of stuff but does anyone...
by Tony Lawrence 8 years ago
This has become one of our most favorite meals.Asparagus goes well with many foods - we like it with eggs, for example, but with well prepared (not drowning in butter) sweet potato, it almost seems like desert to me.My wife adds a light sprinkling of Parmesan to the asparagus - just one of the many...
by cydray 8 years ago
Is sweet potato good in a diabetic person?
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