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Yeah, my dogs think it's great. I'm sort of surprised that it would only be 3 stars. Maybe all the veggies.
 

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I dunno why it got only 3. But I'll pick some up next time I'm out. It seems pretty grain free. Which is a plus. I want to go raw, but I'm going to see how she handles this first.
 

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Our Wal-Mart just started carrying this... I think it got a mid-grade rating because it seems to have a lot of veggies in there. We bought some as an added meal treat, but it doesn't really seem that cost effective to feed.

That being said, they DID love the little meatballs!
 

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I found it to be fairly affordable, $10-something for 6 pounds. If I had a small dog I might make it a major part of their diet. I think it's cheaper than a canned food of comparable quality. It would be expensive for a larger dog, though.
 

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If I had a small dog I might make it a major part of their diet. I think it's cheaper than a canned food of comparable quality. It would be expensive for a larger dog, though.
This is what I thought exactly. But are you talking about the tube food? Or the little pre-prepaired meatballs?

If I only had my small dog, I wouldn't mind occasionally buying him a bag of this - especially since it is at Wal-Mart... 24 hours is a plus, because why is it I ALWAYS forget about buying dog food until the lady I get it from is surely asleep.
 

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Oh, the tube. I've never bought the meatballs so I don't know how much they cost.
 

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I found it to be fairly affordable, $10-something for 6 pounds. If I had a small dog I might make it a major part of their diet. I think it's cheaper than a canned food of comparable quality. It would be expensive for a larger dog, though.
Whwn you have two mediumish dogs, that price doesn't sound hey cost effective LOL. I feed TOTW dry mixed with a little canned, its more economical for us.
 

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I got the Homestlye slow roasted meals. it looks like kibble, but is soft like canned food. And Sassy gives it four paws up. It even has real chunks of chicken in the bag! And it smells wonderfull.
 

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Whwn you have two mediumish dogs, that price doesn't sound hey cost effective LOL. I feed TOTW dry mixed with a little canned, its more economical for us.
Well, it's not cheaper than kibble! But it is cheaper than most canned foods. And makes a very nice mix-in, as well.

I got the Homestlye slow roasted meals. it looks like kibble, but is soft like canned food. And Sassy gives it four paws up. It even has real chunks of chicken in the bag! And it smells wonderfull.
Huh, I haven't seen that kind. Sounds yummy!
 

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Iv'e been feeding it to my chihuahuas for over a year now and they look great. They also have TOTW down 24/7 I feed the fresh pet select in the am and again in the pm. Their picky little turds and the only other that they will eat is solid gold green tripe. They get that about once a month.
 

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Where in wal mart do you find this? Is it on the shelf in the pet department? Refrigerated?
I don't know where they have it at Wal-Mart (my Wal-Mart doesn't have it yet), but at my grocery store, it's in a small refrigerator (like the soda coolers near the checkouts) in the pet section. It definitely needs to be refrigerated, so it won't just be on the shelf.
 
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