MattB Posted May 28, 2016 Share Posted May 28, 2016 Our two hounds have always been 'grazers' and picked at food throughout the day. That was until we changed to a different dried food, and started alternating between breakfast and dinner. We mix this with some tinned. I feel like they'd got bored of the same diet day in-day out so would like to mix it up a bit. My confusion is which dog foods are suitable. We've been going with a brand called 'Skinners' for a while now and mixing up different types such as: https://www.viovet.co.uk/Skinners_Ruff_Ready_Dog_Food/c1118/?sct_t=1464449601&sct_q=skinners&sct_r=5 https://www.viovet.co.uk/Skinners_Field_Trial_Duck_Rice_Dog_Food/c1128/?sct_t=1464449618&sct_q=skinners&sct_r=2 https://www.viovet.co.uk/Skinners_Premier_Large_Bite_Dog_Food/c1116/?sct_t=1464449641&sct_q=skinners&sct_r=15 I'm now looking at something like this: https://www.viovet.co.uk/Skinners_Field_Trial_Working_23_Dog_Food/c1126/?sct_t=1464449252&sct_q=skinners&sct_r=12 but this seems to describe more of a 'working' type of dog - does this make this unsuitable? Is this to do with protein content or carbs? Is there a lot of difference? Any advice much appreciated! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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