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  • I already feed her with protein-rich foods that I prepare myself, because commercial dog foods generally don’t agree with her
  • I’d like however to vary her diet as much as possible since I noticed that a high protein diet makes my dog hyperactive and high-strung even at night
  • Alpo’s 2 in 1 offers a mix flavor of meat, chicken and veggie, something I thought was just right
  • Fortunately I bought the smallest size just to try it out and wasn’t swayed to purchase a sackful of it
  • I don’t recommend this brand of dog food


    • by RiccaBookish

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      I was recommended to try and explore varieties of commercial dog food as my dog was growing up. I have a mixed shih tzu with a stout build. I already feed her with protein-rich foods that I prepare myself, because commercial dog foods generally don’t agree with her. I’d like however to vary her diet as much as possible since I noticed that a high protein diet makes my dog hyperactive and

      high-strung even at night. Alpo’s 2 in 1 offers a mix flavor of meat, chicken and veggie, something I thought was just right. With veggies it may provide more nutrition than most brands. The multi-colored grains can be served up dry or “saucy” by adding water. That’s why it’s called 2 in 1.

      My dog doesn’t like it, dry or saucy. She only nibbles a bit, sniffs them and hardly touches her food. I got her to eat a little after I tricked her to eat the same food, “saucy” style, by pouring water and letting the grains steep in it. The grains expand and turn mushy when added with water, which reminds me of puppy cereal, yet still my dog thinks it’s unpalatable. Each time I just throw the useless slop away, and I’m literally wasting my money.

      There were rare instances when ...


      • Alpo Purina 2 in 1 Dog Food
      I got her to eat a significant portion of her food. Many times it just sits gathering flies on the corner. Sometimes I mix it with rice and real meat. But she still doesn’t eat her dog food. I was alarmed one time when she vomited her food, maybe it was just regurgitated food from her stomach, so finally I stopped feeding her Alpo. I didn’t notice any stomach upsets
      though, and her stool was relatively fine.

      Like many processed animal foods it smells unpleasant. It smells like corn feeds which belongs to poultry. There’s nothing in the smell that closely resembles meat, chicken or veggies. It is affordable though and costs less than 200 php. Fortunately I bought the smallest size just to try it out and wasn’t swayed to purchase a sackful of it. I don’t recommend this brand of dog food.




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