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Food & Nutrition > Hi, new to this group. Question/seek recommendations re: food for urinary tract

Sol

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Purred: Thu Jan 17, '13 5:53pm PST 
Thank you also, Beep! Great advice there. It makes sense not to give them too much dry food; what are some of the healthiest cat treats you've tried? Should we stick to the chewy kind/non-dry, then for those too?

THANKS SO MUCH!
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Food & Nutrition > Hi, new to this group. Question/seek recommendations re: food for urinary tract
Sol

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Purred: Tue Jan 15, '13 10:06am PST 
Excellent advice. Thanks so much!
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Food & Nutrition > Hi, new to this group. Question/seek recommendations re: food for urinary tract

Sol

That's Miss Boss- to you!
 
 
Purred: Mon Jan 14, '13 4:07pm PST 
Hi,
Currently eating wet and dry food that is by vet prescription/vet sold only food. It has become very expensive and wondering if there are any recommendations for comparable brands that we can try out. For dry food, we prefer the bigger kibbles, so that 1) we don't eat too fast, and 2) it cleans our teeth.

Also, are there any gravies that are recommended for putting in wet or dry food to add some variety?

In the past, we've also tried "Prescription Diet". Please mail me privately or comment here. Thanks!
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