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 Treats/food you can find in Europe?

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Female Join date : 2012-11-20
Location : Dublin,Ireland

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PostSubject: Treats/food you can find in Europe?   Treats/food you can find in Europe? EmptyTue Nov 20, 2012 9:39 am

I want something that i can use to train him with. I use now Pointer mix biscuits.
I started giving Maxi, Pedigree cans .....then i found out they are not good for him and i also have Pedigree dental care are does ok? if not, can anybody recommend any other dental care product that i can find here?
We do give him from time to time raw chicken or raw pork ribs (witch he eats to the last tiny piece) and sometimes smoked beef joints.
He eats every day Royal Canine kibbles but he looks kind of bored of them... he does love his veggies i mix them up with bell peppers, cucumber and other vegetables but he kind of moves the kibbles around and eats just the veggies.
Any advice as in how to change his diet but in the same time keep the kibbles will be more then welcome. I am a little scared to give him different things to not upset his stomach.

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