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Petco promoting healthier foods - Pet promise?

Melissa DeVoeMelissa DeVoe MechanicvilleMember Posts: 64
edited 8 September, 2008 in Food & Nutrition
http://www.petco.com/petco_Page_PC_nutritioncenter_Nav_575.aspx I received an email from Petco, promoting healthier foods they're carrying, such as Wellness and Natural Balance. Pet Promise looks good, what does everyone think of it? I'm still trying to find a good canned food for Winnie, and she seems to love Weruva, but the local pet store only sells the small cans for over $1.30, and I don't seem to get much out of them. I'd love her to be on Wellness, but she wasn't that crazy about it..

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  • Tina BTina B Vancouver IslandMember Posts: 2,238
    edited 7 September, 2008
    It looks ok i checked out their web site, it does have rice and potato in it, so I woudnt buy it myself, but you may like it. Do you have a rand there called "By Nature Organics"? that food looks ok I bought a tin for my cats once and they liked it.
  • Melissa DeVoeMelissa DeVoe MechanicvilleMember Posts: 64
    edited 7 September, 2008
    I'll have to keep that one in mind..thank you :)
  • Stephanie ChangtuStephanie Changtu MiamiMember Posts: 1,175
    edited 7 September, 2008
    By Nature Organics isn't SO bad and neither is Pet Promise. Its not as good, as say Natural Balance but its better than the wheat gluten free FF. By Nature is better than the "Organics". By the way, By Nature is found at Petsmart. You can try these canned foods: Blue Buffalo Natura Merrick Natural Balance Nature's Varitey Authority (Its not SO bad)
  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 7 September, 2008
    Over $1.30 for a 3oz can of Weruva? :-O Here, it costs $0.99 for a 3oz can. The 5.5oz cost a bit more, maybe $1.30 :-k Are there any other stores in your area that sells Weruva? You can also buy the food online. I think most online stores only sell case of the food in both sizes :-k
  • Melissa DeVoeMelissa DeVoe MechanicvilleMember Posts: 64
    edited 8 September, 2008
    Oops, I meant the 5.5 oz cans :r
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