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Jeg er lige skiftet til Eukanuba Wild Nature med Turkey, da vi havde problemer med at Freja ikke ville spise sit foder mere.
Nu går det helt perfekt og hun spiser næsten med det samme det blir hældt op.
Men vil lige høre om der er nogen der har erfaring med dette foder?


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  • #1   27. mar 2009 Slet ingen der har prøvet det?
    Erfaring med anden Ekanuba er også velkommen. Har indtil nu fodret med RC og siden hun blev 1år, RC til Cockere, som jeg synes har været utrolig godt mod hendes pels og sundhed, men hun nægtede simpelthen at spise det her de sidste uger....


  • #2   27. mar 2009 Det her er skrevet på et internationalt site:

    Best Answer - Chosen by Voters
    ~ It is overpriced garbage, you could feed the crap Pedigree for the same quality for less money. Your vet doesn't know anything about nutrition, they skimmed over that class!

    Current pet food regulations allow manufacturers to use ingredients that you would never knowingly give to your pet. In fact, you may be shocked to learn what some brands of pet food really contain. For example: the use of by-products (feet, bones and intestines, etc.), the 5 Ds, (dead, dying, diseased, decayed, drugged), chemical preservatives (BHA and BHT) and grains that are often difficult to digest (corn, wheat, gluten and soy), which are often used as a protein source instead of meat.


    These last grains are what cause most pets to have allergies. Corn based allergens fed into your pet that you did not know about.

    I was shocked and disgusted when I first learned about how most all commercially processed dog foods are made and their ingredients. I became an educated consumer wanting the best for my dogs. They say the most dangerous woman in the world is an educated dog mother. How true!


    That is why I will never feed any brand name dog food from Pedigree, Purina, Eukanuba, Iams, Ol'Roy, Beneful, Diamond, Nutro etc. ever again.

    They are made with dangerous ingredients and deadly additives that are literally bringing our dogs to an early and painful death.

    ______________________________________...
    Food is the fuel of all life. The quality of the fuel directly relates to how well the body can operate. Low quality dog food, such as Beneful, Pedigree, Ol’ Roy, Purina, Eukanuba, Iams, Science Diet, etc., are filled with *empty* calories. These foods are made with keeping costs down in mind, *not* in the best interest of nutrition. When you think of healthy food, do you think of Nestle or Mars (both heavily invested in producing candy)? What about Del Monte (heavily invested in produce, especially corn…)?

    Heck, just go to Beneful’s or Pedigree’s websites, they’re full of promotions, coupons, streaming audio and video, and heart-warming catchy slogans; they know that as long as they paint a pretty picture, the “sheeple” of the world will think it must be good because they got a warm and fuzzy feeling by the advertising.

    Let’s take Pup-peroni (by Del Monte), for example, a quick scan of the ingredients raises eyebrows:

    - Meat By-products – Definition: The non-rendered, clean parts, other
    than meat, derived from slaughtered mammals. It includes, but is not
    limited to, lungs, spleen, kidneys, brain, livers, blood, bone,
    partially defatted low temperature fatty tissue, and stomachs and
    intestines freed of their contents
    - Sugar – Because all dogs need sugar, right?
    - Propylene Glycol – Here’s a few uses of this chemical (from Wikipedia):
    + As the main ingredient in deodorant sticks
    + As a medical and sexual lubricant
    + As the killing and preserving agent in pitfall traps, usually used
    to capture ground beetles
    + As a solvent used in mixing photographic chemicals, such as film
    developers
    + In hand sanitizers, antibacterial lotions, and saline solutions

    How about Pedigree (made by M&M’s company Mars), you know ‘Really good food for dogs’:

    - First ingredient – GROUND WHOLE CORN (read, nutritionally void filler)
    - Corn Gluten Meal – This is a well-known (even patented) herbicidal agent
    used for weed control in lawns and gardens!
    - Wheat Mill Run – Definition: Commonly referred to as "floor sweepings",
    this ingredient is nothing more than inexpensive filler with little or
    no nutritional value.
    - Chicken by-product meal: Consists of the ground, rendered, clean parts
    of the carcass of slaughtered chicken, such as necks, feet, undeveloped
    eggs and intestines, exclusive of feathers, except in such amounts as
    might occur unavoidable in good processing practice. Chicken by-product
    costs less than chicken muscle meat and lacks the digestibility of
    chicken muscle meat.

    Chemical additives aside, let’s analyze the recommended serving size between Pedigree and a quality food like Orijen. Being that Pedigree is mostly fillers, your poor dog has to eat so much more just to get the calories to survive when compared to a quality food that actually contains real meat. You ready?

    Pedigree (50-75lb. dog): 4 to 5-1/3 cups a day
    Orijen (45-75lb. dog): 1-3/4 to 2-1/2 cups a day!

    Orijen costs more, but you feed less, AND the quality is superb. Just look at the difference in the ingredients and it’s painfully obvious which is a quality food.

    Pedigree: GROUND WHOLE CORN, MEAT AND BONE MEAL, GROUND WHEAT, CORN GLUTEN MEAL, ANIMAL FAT (PRESERVED WITH BHA/BHT), WHEAT MILL RUN, WHEAT FLOUR, NATURAL FLAVOR, SALT, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, CARAMEL COLOR, CHICKEN BY-PRODUCT MEAL, RICE, VEGETABLE OIL (SOURCE OF LINOLEIC ACID), VITAMINS (CHOLINE CHLORIDE, dl-ALPHA TOCOPHEROL ACETATE [SOURCE OF VITAMIN E], L-ASCORBYL-2-POLYPHOSPHATE [SOURCE OF VITAMIN C*], VITAMIN A SUPPLEMENT, THIAMINE MONONITRATE [VITAMIN B1], BIOTIN, d-CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE, RIBOFLAVIN SUPPLEMENT [VITAMIN B2], VITAMIN D3 SUPPLEMENT, VITAMIN B12 SUPPLEMENT), MINERALS (ZINC SULFATE, ZINC PROTEINATE, COPPER SULFATE, COPPER PROTEINATE, MANGANESE PROTEINATE, POTASSIUM IODIDE), ADDED FD&C AND LAKE COLORS (YELLOW 6, YELLOW 5, BLUE 2, RED 40)

    Orijen: Deboned chicken, chicken meal, turkey meal, russet potato, lake whitefish, chicken fat, sweet potato, whole eggs, turkey, salmon meal, salmon and anchovy oils, salmon, natural chicken flavour, sunflower oil, sun-cured alfalfa, dried brown kelp, carrots, spinach, peas, tomatoes, apples, psyllium, dulse, glucosamine Hcl, cranberries, black currants, rosemary extract, chondroitin sulfate, sea salt.

    You can apply this same analogy TO EVERY SINGLE PET FOOD IN THE GROCERY / CHAIN PET STORES!

    NEWS FLASH: Science Diet is crap food too! Yes, your vet makes *MONEY* by selling it, not to mention a SIGNIFICANT number of veterinary school programs ARE FUNDED by Hill’s!
    There is nothing scientific about their “diet”. The science they use is how to make a profit.

    Quality foods: Innova, California Natural, EVO, Karma- www.naturapet.com, Wellness, Wellness Core, Orijen- www.orijen.ca, Canidae, Merricks, Artemis, Taste of the Wild, Nature's Variety, Solid Gold-Barking at the Moon, Go!, Now! Canidae- www.canidae.com, Eagle Pack Holistic Chicken (avoid regular Eagle Pack)and Timberwolf.

    The use of corn, wheat, or soy in dog food can cause skin irritation, hair loss, fever, ear infections, kidney failure, liver failure, dental disease, obesity, chronic digestive problems, bloat, heart disease, and hyperthyroidism.


    ~Fetch! :o)
    9 months ago


  • #3   27. mar 2009 Anja B
    jeg har fodret med eukanuba. Hundene var glade for det og det virkede optimalt. :o)
    Bella som ellers er en kræsen dame, spiste lystigt af det.


  • #4   27. mar 2009 Jeg fodre normalt med Eukanuba ( høj aktiv ) men har de sidste mrd prøvet det nye Nature Wild og mine er ret vilde med især den med hjort. Den med Laks er ikke det store hit her i huset...........skal de have fisk, skal det være frisk kogt :o) den med kalkun har jeg endnu ikke prøvet.

  • #5   27. mar 2009 Pia: Sikke en lang smøre;-), måtte opgive at læse, da jeg synes det var svært at finde hoved og hale i;-), men takke:-)

    Freja virker også til at det er lykken hos hende med det nye. Har det påvirket jeres på pelsen at skifte. og hvad med tænder og tandsten?


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