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Pig ears for dogs - the truth revealed

by

Nicolle

In my search to find a suitable feed for my 4-year-old

collie I came across the Pig Ear for Dogs. I had heard of pig

ear by the name of pig tail before but I thought it was a made up

name.

So I was excited when I saw that it was also marketed as pig

ears.

I read through the information and found out that it comes

from a company called the Golden State Feed Company and is a feed

that was designed for adult dogs. It is also a 100% natural

feed and does not contain any harmful ingredients. So it is

worthwhile to investigate.

There is a product called Pig tails for dogs and that

product was marketed as a complete food for dogs but I found out

that it was actually a complete supplement. It has many

ingredients that I don't think are healthy for dogs. So it is

also not safe to use and my dogs would not be able to consume it.

So I went for the Pig ears for dogs because I found out

from reading about it that the pig ears have less harmful

components than the pig tails. The product can also be

used as a dietary supplement as well.

So that's how my 4-year-old collie, Molly came into her

own and learned how to get herself fed. She was not that

interested in eating a whole lot of feed to begin with. So she

just ate it out of the bowl.

I didn't give her much because she was eating so slowly but

I think the fact that it was a more natural and healthy diet

made a difference. So I think that the product was the right one

for her. She did not like the product at first because it

didn't look like dog food, but after a few weeks she liked it

better.

So the product works, but it has a few drawbacks. The first

one is that it is pretty expensive, although it can be a good

value if you're going to feed a lot of dog food. There are a lot

of ingredients that you can't get anywhere else. The next thing

that I found out about the product is that the pig ears are very

small compared to the other dog food products that we buy. So it

can be a bit tedious feeding the dog because she has to chew

much more.

Also the other problem with the pig ears is that when she

watches her food I noticed that she had problems eating it. If I

was feeding my dog a bowl of rice, she would just go and eat

that. I would have to watch her so she wouldn't just eat it

all. If she saw the pig ears she would just look at them and

then walk away, she wouldn't eat them. So you need to make sure

that you are paying attention to the feeding.

The other thing I found out about the product is that it

was not always easy to find in the stores. Sometimes it was hard

to find it. I did not even know what it was that I was looking

for. I just started seeing these big tubs of pig ears for

dogs that were really strange. I was like how did they get those

pig ears, and I went to my local pet store and saw that I

couldn't find the product anywhere.

So this is what I found out when I used the pig ears for

dogs. They are a product that I think can be used but it is not

always as effective as we would like it to be.

This article is not intended as medical advice or treatment.

Feeding products are all designed for specific dogs and

are only suitable if the dog is able to eat them.

Nicolle

The above article is written by a Certified Nutritional

Specialist.

What Do You Think?

I've said it before and I'll say it again: We don't

necessarily have to go "all the way" if we don't want to.

We don't have to start with raw food if that's not the

right choice for us. We don't have to start with an expensive,

expensive, expensive "gourmet" diet just because we'd like to

try something different.

We don't have to "give up" our beloved dry food for a

whole week and starve our dogs to make them "switch" over to a

new diet.

If we're feeding an "all-natural" dog food for one

reason or another (cost, health, ease of feeding, whatever), then

we can stick with that food and do "just fine."

What are some of your favorite, all-natural pet foods?

The above article is written by a Certified Nutritional

Specialist.

What Do You Think?

I've said it before and I'll say it again: We don't

necessarily have to go "all the way" if we don't want to.

We don't have to start with raw food if that's not the

right choice for us. We don't have to start with an expensive,

expensive, expensive "gourmet" diet just because we'd like to

try something different.

We don't have to "give up" our beloved dry food for a

whole week and starve our dogs to make them "switch" over to a

new diet.

If we're feeding an "all-natural" dog food for one

reason or another (cost, health, ease of feeding, whatever), then

we can stick with that food and do "just fine."

What are some of your favorite, all-natural pet foods?

The above article is written by a Certified Nutritional

Specialist.

What Do You Think?

I've said it before and I'll say it again: We don't

necessarily have to go "all the way" if we don't want to


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Comments:

  1. Case

    useless venture

  2. Delsin

    I'm sorry, this is not exactly what I need.

  3. Alexandre

    Of course. All of the above is true.



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