Do you stick it in your cheek like the handlers at dog shows sometimes do? : )Farmina has been the overwhelming winner for us. It is a high-quality kibble and doesn't take much to fill Peggy up. I top it with a little Weruva Chicken & Gravy.
For low-value training treats (the kind I use for indoor distraction-free session) I use Honest Kitchen kibble. It's human-grade.
Lol! NOPE. Sorry, Peggy. Love ya, but...Do you stick it in your cheek like the handlers at dog shows sometimes do? : )
We store the open bag in our pantry, which stays pretty cool. We just fold the top over tightly and clip it, filling an airtight food storage container every couple of weeks for easy scooping.@PeggyTheParti, do you know if any of these bags come with a resealable ziplock? I couldn’t find any info on that. What do you store Peggy’s food in?
I've used this type of storage since I first bought bird seed in one years ago. The 8 qt size should hold an 8lb or smaller bag of food. The 6qt size holds a 5lb bag. It's not ziplock but the kibble stays fresh. I'd bought two of the 6qt size when the boys were on a kibble that came in a 4lb bag. Now they're on a kibble that comes in a 6lb bag so I split it.Lacey, at 10 months, seems to eat just enough to get by and isn’t into her Fromm puppy gold kibble. She also isn’t a fan of any of the Fromm gold canned foods, I’ve given her every flavor to try and she turns her nose up at them.
I’m gonna transition Lacey to the farmina kibble and see how she does. I’d like her to be eating twice a day every day and get closer to the amount of calories she should be eating. @PeggyTheParti, do you know if any of these bags come with a resealable ziplock? I couldn’t find any info on that. What do you store Peggy’s food in?
This made me laugh bc my poodle wasn’t picky really but our yorkipoo is! I was doing blue buffalo but she digs out the little pieces and leaves them in random areas throughout my home. So I picked up whole hearted and royal canin. So far she hasn’t touched the whole hearted but my hubs spoils her with canned food so I think she just waits for it now 😂Many poodles are less than enthusiastic about dog food. I think they are born with the belief that dog food is for commoners, not for aristocrats. Take heart, though, I've never heard of a dog who starved to death being picky. We do tough love around here - I make gourmet dog meals with Purina Pro Plan, chicken broth, cheese, and blueberries for breakfast. For dinner it's Pro Plan topped with canned meat (all meat, no fillers). I put each dog's bowl in its place and dogs can eat or not - the Lab and/or the border collie/whippet will polish off anything the poodle does not eat. Too bad if she thought she's eat at a more fashionable hour.