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Old 12-22-2012, 10:31 AM
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Need help with a feeding plan!

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My 17 week old staffy pup has been playing up a bit. she will eat this webbox chub roll but it doesn't fill her up like it should with the portions shes having but when i try her with any other food she wont eat it. Because i am waiting for my fellas mum come in with the stuff she will eat i have had to give her cat food and she wont even eat all of that. with the webbox chub roll she eats all of the portion in her bowl straight away no left overs but with the rest she has a new bites then walks away crying for food again. just wondering what would you do? would you keep her on the low quallity food she loves and finnishes or change to good stuff but she doesnt eat

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Old 01-02-2013, 09:02 PM
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Stay away from Webbox chub rolls

The problem with pet foods sold in Europe is that it's mainly an unregulated industry.

I can assure you that any pet food like Webbox chub rolls who lists their ingredients as "meat and animal derivatives, derivatives of vegetable origin, minerals and herbs (min 0.1% basil)" would not be allowed under AAFCO rules in Canada & the U.S.
I wouldn't let this stuff near my pets nor would I recommend it to any clients. Stay away from Webbox chub rolls.

What the heck are "meat and animal derivatives" anyways... actually, I don't want to know...!
You can buy Orijen pet food, made in Canada and sold in the UK that has up to eleven fresh meat/fish and zero fillers or ingredients like "meat and animal derivatives"

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Cat food is not good for dogs. You may see some stomach irritation and possible diarrhea.
How much are you feeding of the chub and how many times a day? Can you get a good quality dry to mix with it?
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