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Brian M
24th November 2010, 02:01 PM
Hi

An open question to all ,apart from the normal kibble and wet food that we generally feed what other items do you give to your Cavaliers . Answers have to be realistic and healthy and have to be easily obtained .

Tania
24th November 2010, 08:53 PM
this is healthy and realistic and easy to lay........mine love the odd boiled egg, they woulld also have the buttered soldiers if allowed. :lol:

Dublin
27th November 2010, 09:38 PM
my guys love tinned sardines in tomato sauce! or cooked turkey mince oh & raw eggs!

Is the raw food not working out anymore Brian?

Brian M
27th November 2010, 09:53 PM
Hi Sonia

Its going fine ,just interested what Ideas other had apart from kibble and wet food so thanks for yours.
I think they must get fed up and like a change so all ideas wellcome please .:)

Nicki
27th November 2010, 10:13 PM
this is healthy and realistic and easy to lay........mine love the odd boiled egg, they woulld also have the buttered soldiers if allowed. :lol:


WOT NO MARMITE on the soldiers? ;):D:D


Yes definitely boiled egg, scrambled egg, yogurt...

mashed banana [they have 2/3 of a banana a week - it's a good source of potassium]


Tania put us on to Neem dog chew sticks :thnku:- great for keep their teeth clean, they now have that as a bedtime treat. The instructions recommend up to 3 a day, but we're just giving 1 to 2 and it still seems to be working well.


Raw carrot, mini corn on the cob as treats...frozen sweetcorn scattered on the floor.



Did they like the whitebait?

Erin2854
27th November 2010, 11:08 PM
Freeze dried/dehydrated food like The Honest Kitchen and Grandma Lucy's Artisan (see links). Polly prefers Grandma Lucy's. You mix it with warm water and it expands and rehydrates. Sometimes I mix it with her raw diet, it's become very popular with great feedback from customers at my work

http://www.grandmalucys.com/diner

http://www.thehonestkitchen.com/products/dog-food/