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So I still haven't found a food that Maddox absolutely loves (except raw chicken, but I am not quite ready to go full out raw yet). He DOES NOT like the texture of the Taste of the Wild we food (it is little squares of food in gravy). He licks the gravy up and leaves the squares. He doesn't really like chunky foods, but doesn't like the "pate" kind either.
I took him to the vet and they gave him a bowl of Science Diet I/D, and he DEVOURED it. I mean he attacked it like he hadn't eaten in weeks. It is the consistency of ground hamburger in gravy kind of. Does anyone know of a canned food that is similar to this in texture?
Just for reference, he has tried TOTW (didn't like it), Merricks Grammys Pot Pie (he eats it, but not with enthusiasm), and Wellness Grain Free Chicken (liked this the best, but doesn't love it). What he loved was the Science Diet, and I refuse.