Blue Wilderness

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Anyone feed their dog Blue wilderness? I want to switch my dog to a better quality food.
 

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Cesar slices but she prefers cat food (she only gets cat food occasionally). The blue wilderness has fish in it so I thought she might be more eager to eat it.
 

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So I got a can and I'm really disappointed, the small can cost almost $5 and it looks and smells like any other commercial dog food, and my dog won't touch it.
 

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So I got a can and I'm really disappointed, the small can cost almost $5 and it looks and smells like any other commercial dog food, and my dog won't touch it.
That stinks. You just buy one can to test it out or more then one?
 

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Just the one can. Anyway I'm trying home made food. I cooked chicken, I added carrots while the chicken was cooking and I boiled pasta in a separate pot. Mixed it all together while adding some of the broth from the cooked chicken. My dog loved it. Made enough to last a few days. Hope it doesn't give her the runs.
 

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Just the one can. Anyway I'm trying home made food. I cooked chicken, I added carrots while the chicken was cooking and I boiled pasta in a separate pot. Mixed it all together while adding some of the broth from the cooked chicken. My dog loved it. Made enough to last a few days. Hope it doesn't give her the runs.
You're willing to cook for your dog? That's great but could cost alot of money time.
 

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