Our beagle loves his food, we usually feed him a dry food, or one that can have water added to make the meal moist. However we are finding that more times out of others that his food has been left.
Time for a new dog food for Scooby. - well this one goes down a treat, he just wolfs it down.
He enjoys it so much that the foil container needs to be put in the bin outside straightaway or else he goes looking for any bits left.
In comparison to some dog foods it is expensive, but then again if like us, you buy a big bag thinking it will last so long then your pet goes off that particular food, you will only end up throwing the rest away and wasting money. Plus have an extra hungry dog to contend with. Quite daunting too with so many brands on the Market and all claiming to do various things that others don't, so when you do find the food your pet likes you will be relieved. I just wished that Cesar did bigger foil trays or brought out a food that could be eaten dry or wet as pretty sure Scooby would be impressed.
The vegetables along with the lamb all get eaten up with Cesar, what I do tend to do is mix a little of the dry food (kibble) in with the Cesar with Scooby being a big dog and needing more than say a little terrier, plus trying to use up any of the kibble left. Yes, the meaty bits go first. Then the veg followed by the mixed in bits of other dry food (kibble).
What I noticed straight away is that it doesn't smell like some wet dog foods do, and doesn't look revolting either, well you don't want to feed your dog yucky food. The vegetables are still in one piece (no squashed peas). At least the dog gets his veg, more than can be said of the children, what is it with kids and veg, they don't seem to mix in our house.
At last a dog food that the hound thinks is delicious.
Brilliant product, one of the few my fussy terrier will eat. As it it is not always possible to get it in Dublin, it was a relief to be able to bulk buy it and to be able to get in a variety of flavours.