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  • I have a high quality dry complete food always available in my dog’s bowl which he can nibble at whenever he gets hungry, but twice a day I like to feed him a wet (or moist) meat because he is not really satisfied on the dry food alone
  • That canned food can look pretty sloppy and nasty as you spoon it out and sometimes his bowel movements could be rather loose, but lately he has definitely firmed up in that department
  • I am pleased with this HiLife moist food and would recommend it

    • by Jeanne71
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      I am pleased with this dog food from the HiLife brand and now I buy it regularly for my dog. I have a high quality dry complete food always available in my dog’s bowl which he can nibble at whenever he gets hungry, but twice a day I like to feed him a wet (or moist) meat because he is not really satisfied on the dry food alone. I occasionally spoil him and buy him raw steak or mincemeat (because raw meat really makes him salivate and wag his tail!) but I cannot afford to do that every day. So I tried him on various brands of canned dog food, even though I read on the internet that the quality of these canned meats is not so good, but he

      never seemed really keen on any of them and sometimes turned his nose up at them. So I tried this HiLife Complete Moist. My dog likes it and will eat it all up every time and then come to me wagging his tail and licking his lips as if to thank me. Not only that, but it has other advantages.

      In a packet, you get these little pieces of food, about an inch long. They are pretty dry but have a bend to them, so it is a cross between wet and dry food. I buy mine from Tesco and they have either turkey and chicken or a beef variety. The ingredients declare 20% meat meals, together with wheat, soybean meal, poultry fat and stock and minerals, with ...


      • no artificial colouring. I do not measure an amount out for my dog. He already has the dry complete food so he gets enough to eat – I just throw about 4 handfuls of this into his bowl. One advantage I discovered is that this food is more economical than buying two cans a day for my dog as this 2kg packet costs me about £4.50 and it will last about 6 days, whereas I would normally spend about £1 a day on canned food.

        Another advantage is that it has firmed his stools up. That canned food can look pretty sloppy and nasty as you spoon it out and sometimes his bowel movements could be rather loose, but lately he has definitely firmed up in that department. Feeding

        him this also makes his bowl easier to clean as the food is dry to the touch. I find nothing more disgusting than washing a slimy dog bowl but at least now there are no bits of meat dried on the bowl. Charlie looks healthy and seems to be thriving on this and his coat is as nice and shiny as it was before and he has been on this for about a month now. I like him to eat well so he has this, with his high quality dry food, regular meaty marrowbones, banana for a treat and a bit of my peanut butter on toast if he is lucky, together with an unlimited supply of fresh water. I am pleased with this HiLife moist food and would recommend it.




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