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Hungry dog!

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I have a 6 year old cockapoo who acts like he has a food addiction. He eats wellness kibble/wet since he's a few months old but we always need to add human food for him to eat it. I'm thinking of switching his food to something more delicious for him, but I also don't want to be feeding him garbage with too many fillers in it. Suggestions? PS: writing this so early in the morning as we found a big piece of Jarlsberg cheese in the bed from the garbage :)
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Honest kitchen is the way to go. Like home cooked. 10 pound box makes 40 lbs.
Its dehydrated so you add warm water to hydrate. Get a few samples at your local pet store. They only sell it at the smaller stores. You want to buy it from the company ,they ship free on the 10 lb box. The stores tend to mark it up quite a bit. It costly but worth it. Shouldn't be to bad for a small dog. You can get samples from the company if you can't find them in a local store.
Both are slender ,energetic, and very healthy. They don't even have fleas.
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