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Posted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 2:53 pm
by aaronchpmn
i havent been responding for awhile due to loss of net with the move, but i just wanna say that this article has changed the way the old mother in law sees her dogs diet (obviously the effort i put in never really breaks through) excellent post :thumbsup:

Yup

Posted: Sat Jan 06, 2007 5:31 pm
by leanmuscle
Yup!

When we began to do a bit of research, we couldn't believe what we found out. To think all these companies are entrusted with the lives of our pets....its disgusting.

Thats exactly why we started using www.chefk9.com

I know for a fact all of their food is real and fit for human consumption. It may be a bit pricey, but since we have been using it Goldy's health is sooooo much better.

The problem is, the entire world has been brainwashed by the 70-80 years of dog kibble.

Re: Yup

Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2007 10:17 pm
by Wesam
leanmuscle wrote:Yup!

When we began to do a bit of research, we couldn't believe what we found out. To think all these companies are entrusted with the lives of our pets....its disgusting.

Thats exactly why we started using www.chefk9.com

I know for a fact all of their food is real and fit for human consumption. It may be a bit pricey, but since we have been using it Goldy's health is sooooo much better.

The problem is, the entire world has been brainwashed by the 70-80 years of dog kibble.


I agree about the pricey part lol (HOLY CRAP) but I think its even better than human consumed food hahahah! :thumbsup:

Posted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 5:28 pm
by SuperNova
WOWZA... Gourmet dog food.. $184/mo ?! Daaaaang

Posted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 1:20 pm
by EmmasMom
Okay..I just went to the Canidae website and the ingredients list Chicken Meal...wasn't that one of the things to look out for?

Posted: Fri Feb 16, 2007 11:50 pm
by inuprincess
And I thought McDonolds was the worse thing anyone can put in their body! O_O

Posted: Sat Feb 24, 2007 6:39 am
by REACTiON
EmmasMom wrote:Okay..I just went to the Canidae website and the ingredients list Chicken Meal...wasn't that one of the things to look out for?


i think chicken by products was the thing you should look out for.

anyways, i'm glad canidae is now available on island... the guy who actually invested in bringing this product to the island will make a lot of money.

Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2007 5:14 pm
by 48lawsofpower
EmmasMom wrote:Okay..I just went to the Canidae website and the ingredients list Chicken Meal...wasn't that one of the things to look out for?




nope chicken meal is good

Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2007 7:35 pm
by Hoss
48lawsofpower wrote:
EmmasMom wrote:Okay..I just went to the Canidae website and the ingredients list Chicken Meal...wasn't that one of the things to look out for?




nope chicken meal is good

its real good!
lol.
its not anywhere as good as fresh chickens, but its a good ingreadiant, bone and meat ground up, cooked.

Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2007 5:55 pm
by Angels3
I am not sure if anyone has produced this before but after doing some web sluthing I found the original article from sept of 95 that started this. It is graphic however the article and the backstory about the author ending up in court with oprah are found here

http://www.citypaper.com/about/vansmith.asp :yucky:

Posted: Sat Apr 28, 2007 3:31 pm
by bassol808
X-girl wrote:
ickysticky74 wrote:I live in Clay NY which is in Upstate NY and there is nobody around here that sells it so I am out of luck


I'd call them (Canidae, I mean) and ask about stores near you. I have heard that their store locator tool is rather ineffective at times.

Some other foods you may want to look in to: Premium Edge, Natural Balance, California Natural and Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover's Soul. Even Blue Buffalo (which I think is sold at Petco/Petsmart type stores) is not *awful*.



tried to search for a store that has Canidae but nothing close...in fact the locator says "2 miles" of zip code yet, the stores are on the island of Oahu not Kauai *lol*

I gaddah go find somehthing thats closer

Posted: Sat Apr 28, 2007 3:38 pm
by bassol808
I think I have to do mail orders *lol*

Posted: Sat Apr 28, 2007 3:49 pm
by bassol808
maybe I should do the RAW thing.....does this mean making their food at home?? please let me know...give me some starter tips/recipes if so...I think that would be the best thing for me to do

Posted: Sat Apr 28, 2007 8:50 pm
by snoopsnoop
bassol808 wrote:maybe I should do the RAW thing.....does this mean making their food at home?? please let me know...give me some starter tips/recipes if so...I think that would be the best thing for me to do


if you are interested in feeding RAW check out the BARF 101 thread. Do a search for raw feeding here and on the internet. Do your homework before you decide to switch. Make sure it's something you want to put forth the effort and money to do.
And it's not just about making their food at home. You have to make sure they are getting all the essential vitamins and minerals. If you dont do it right, you can really mess it up.

Posted: Sat Jul 28, 2007 1:23 pm
by pavlov
mtnmansocal wrote:my dog will eat coyote poop so I don't think commercial dog food will hurt 'em.


Just because he will eat anything and everything, does not mean that it is the best for your dog. If you want to maximize the life of your dog and minimize the health problems, you should definitely try to feed him/her better food. I feed Orijen and Innova Evo. They are not ridiculously expensive and www.k9cuisine.com delivers free on orders above $50. These foods are gluten free, grain free and contain only human grade ingredients, the first 5-6 of which are fresh chicken, fresh white fish, salmon, duck, turkey. Check them out, you will not be disappointed.