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Switching from Meow Mix to Wellness...transitioning?
I convinced my mom our pets would be healthier on a better food. She let me get Wellness for both the dogs (who were on Pedigree) and the cats (the only one who was on Wellness before was Aimi...who still is, of course, but the kitten formula until she's grown). They're going to be on Wellness Super5Mix Complete Health and Wellness Indoor Cat Formula from now on.
But I'm still not completely sure how to transition them, and because Milo & Buddy both are extremely picky eaters, I need to do it really slow.
Right now they're all being free-fed, but I also managed to convince my mom portioned-feeding would be best to help maintain a healthy weight and keep them from you know, eating all the food..LOL.
So if someone here could tell me how much to mix in with their old food everyday, I'd really appreciate it.
And if any of you know for dogs too, I'd appreciate that as well..would be killing two birds with one stone, lol.