Those that feed Blue Wilderness chicken dry, have you noticed, that now the poopies really stink? :-O
I have 2 , that pretty much refuse to eat it now, and they used to love it.
They are not sick, they are acting their normal selfs, very active and playful. They will however, eat the BW wet.
It is definately, the food, thats all they get.
I mix it with baby food, and water, per my vet, so they get increased water, and they used to eat it all up, in about 5 min. Lately, 2 won't finish it. I even saved it, to see if they would eat it later, then I noticed, it has the same stinky smell as their poopies. I didn't give it to them. I gave them wet, mixed with water, they ate it right up, which is another reason, I know, they are not sick.
For now, Bump is eating it, if he refuses it, I have a major prob on my hands. He won't eat wet, any wet, period.
Simple solution seems, just feed them wet. Well, that won't work with Bump, he cannot be forced, it would stress him out too much, and I don't need that with his heart issues, and I don't him to refuse to eat at all, which he did at one point, because I took his Goodlife away from him. And then there is the current economy. At $1.49 a can, and as many cans as I would go thru in a day, I just can't afford it.
Feeding them anything else, other than quality grain free food, is out of the question.
So, what other very good, quality grain free foods are out there?
I need grain free, gluten free, soy free, by product free, and most importantly, low in salt, for Bump. I will not feed "W" as that causes urinary issues, and I will not feed "N", not even going to get into why.
Appreciate your help. :-h