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anyone try fresh pet?

Mittens ZinoMittens Zino Member Posts: 74
edited 9 October, 2013 in Food & Nutrition
saw it the store today, wondering if anyone has tried it?

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  • Paula K-Paula K- New YorkMember Posts: 2,244
    edited 10 September, 2013
    I haven't tried it. The pictures look like it's full of vegetables. Anyone else?
  • Brenda GrabBrenda Grab MadisonMember Posts: 606 ✭✭
    edited 11 September, 2013
    We've tried the Turkey/Liver a few times and it was well liked and no tummy issues. Yes, quite a few veggies and lots of liquid gravy. Probably not the most economical food to feed. I just looked at their website and they have new flavors, one with beef, and two more with fish - haven't tried those.
  • Elizabeth KElizabeth K ChicagoMember Posts: 11,036
    edited 13 September, 2013
    I've used the Freshpet Vital dog food before, which is grain free and 80% meat or more. I used it for my dog when her oncologist recommended not using raw food while she was on chemo. I was thinking of trying it with my cats but it looks like all their forumlas contain chicken which several of my cats are allergic to. I think I did try the Freshpet Selects once which is like little meatballs, for my cat who is not allergic.
  • Ashley HolmesAshley Holmes Member Posts: 2
    edited 18 September, 2013
    We use it once in a great while but it is liked. We received a coupon for free food when we emailed asking a question (although the question was never answered.)
  • Brittney SenottBrittney Senott Member Posts: 9
    edited 19 September, 2013
    He likes the wet food that comes in the cups and it's one of the few wet foods he will eat. On the other hand, he wouldn't touch the soft kibble food at all. All of it has quite a few veggies.
  • cortney handcortney hand ElmerMember Posts: 15
    edited 27 September, 2013
    3/3 cats refused to eat the wet food AND the refrigerated kibble food. They looked at it and walked away.
  • Elizabeth KElizabeth K ChicagoMember Posts: 11,036
    edited 9 October, 2013
    The Freshpet Vitals line says: "All recipes contain 80% or more animal protein and 10% fruits and vegetables".
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