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Best wet food for a senior dog with few teeth

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C4itl Sat 23-Jan-21 12:12:07

Here’s a discount code if you’re interested in trying butternut box, you get 50% off your first box so it’s worth it to give it a try! ☺️

Goneroundthetwist Sun 17-Jan-21 08:03:50


The burns website went funny on my phone so I linked to a different website- never ordered from this one though.

Very good and grain free I think? My old boy had the dry burns all his life and this when his teeth failed. He loved it.

Excellent quality.

BiteyShark Sun 17-Jan-21 05:52:22

Wet food we use/have used:-

Millies wolfheart, Forthglade, nature's menu, carnilove, aatu, butchers. Some of these are more pricey than others.

Look on to compare quality and price as you can put in your dogs weight etc to get an idea.

CarrieMoonbeams Sun 17-Jan-21 03:55:13

Millies Wolfheart. Grain free, and quite a few to choose from.

Wincarnis Sun 17-Jan-21 03:45:48

Edgar Cooper senior or Country Hunter go down well with my 12 year old. Country hunter also do frozen nuggets which are raw and are quite wet when defrosted. All are grain free

AvocadosBeforeMortgages Sun 17-Jan-21 00:33:43 is an excellent comparison site

Butternut Box would be my go-to for wet food - great quality and value for money

Flossiefoo Sat 16-Jan-21 20:49:59

My 12yo + Springer has had to have a fair few teeth out recently. He has always been fed on Orijen dry food but he only has one molar now and although we soak to dry food and mix with a wet food, he's being really picky in the mornings weirdly.

So, just thinking of moving him over to a wet food so looking for recommendations.

- Quality wet food
- Grain free if possible

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