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Topics, guidelines and tips for feeding Chow Chows.

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Re: PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT

Postby CoraP. » Sun Feb 15, 2009 6:44 pm

It sounds good. Convenient, anyway.
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Re: PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT

Postby Red Dragon » Tue Feb 17, 2009 3:21 pm

I'd say you better be knocking down high six figures at least to feed a Chow that food, that is about the most ridiculous thing I have seen yet. I'll stick with the $30 to $40 a month that it cost to feed each dog, and they will be just as happy and healthy. 8)
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Re: PLEASE CHECK THIS OUT

Postby Codymac2 » Fri Feb 27, 2009 2:24 pm

Only 3 weight choices???.... I have never seen a Chow (nor would I want to ) that weighed 28 lbs or less.
I homemake my chowbabies dinner now using Ground Turkey, Brown Rice and Fresh Veggies (steamed and chopped fine or they will pick them out like any good kid would). This is quite cost effective - only about $6.00 for 12 cups. Now I only give them each one cup a day for thier dinner and the rest of their meal (balanced) comes from Fromm (which isnt too bad - a little costly, but right in line for the quality).
Thanks for the info though. Always nice to see the options out there. I think we all like to spoil our chowren!!


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