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Reddit mentions of Wellness Core Natural Grain Free Dry Cat Food, Original Turkey & Chicken, 12-Pound Bag

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Reddit mentions: 6

We found 6 Reddit mentions of Wellness Core Natural Grain Free Dry Cat Food, Original Turkey & Chicken, 12-Pound Bag. Here are the top ones.

Wellness Core Natural Grain Free Dry Cat Food, Original Turkey & Chicken, 12-Pound Bag
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Grain Free: Grain Free, Complete And Balanced Everyday Nutrition For Your CatProtein Focused Nutrition: Naturally Grain Free, Rich With Delicious Premium Proteins Including Turkey, Chicken, Whitefish & Herring Combined With Real Vegetables And Essential Vitamins And MineralsAll Natural: Contains Only Premium, All Natural Ingredients With No Wheat, Corn, Soy, Meat By-Products, Or Artificial Colors, Flavors And PreservativesMade In Usa: Backed By The Wellness Guarantee And Proudly Made Only In The UsaSubscribe & Save: Hassle-Free Way To Save 5% And Always Keep Your Pantry Stocked

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Found 6 comments on Wellness Core Natural Grain Free Dry Cat Food, Original Turkey & Chicken, 12-Pound Bag:

u/Retroactive_Spider · 2 pointsr/pics

Yes. And in case you're wondering, this isn't even remotely funny. That cat is going to have serious health problems in just a few years... mostly in the kidneys and in the joints.

If you're interested in helping him, either switch completely to canned food or feed him this stuff. Get off the grocery store kibble.

u/v-porphyria · 1 pointr/Frugal

We've been doing Core Wellness dry food on a subscription from Amazon the last few months. http://www.amazon.com/Wellness-Grain-Food-Original-Recipe/dp/B001BOVE54/ref=sr_1_2?s=pet-supplies&ie=UTF8&qid=1373340748&sr=1-2&keywords=grain+free+cat+food

Wag.com has some great coupons for first time orders, but after that we found amazon to be a better price (we have a prime membership for free shipping).

u/bubonis · 1 pointr/ferrets
  1. Ferret math means you'll rarely have one animal. I'm not just saying this to be cute; ferrets are extremely social animals, and if you don't (or can't) provide them with regular interaction they will not be happy, healthy creatures. Please do consider a pair of ferrets; the upkeep isn't significantly greater and it will be a better experience for both animals. That all being said, the Ferret Nation Habitat is a very popular and sturdy cage for one or two animals. They also sell a dual-level model, and these can be expanded with additional units.
  2. You'll get a great deal of discussion about this. My personal preference is SwheatScoop unscented. It is a wheat-based clumping litter with low dust and, as a bonus, can be safely flushed down the toilet. Should you go looking at other options you'll want to be sure to avoid anything with perfumes/scents, and anything clay-based.
  3. My ferrets adore and thrive on Wellness CORE original formula. Don't balk at the price; it takes my three ferrets about about 4-6 weeks to go through a 12 lb bag so you're looking at about 33¢ per ferret per day. There are other options out there; avoid anything that isn't at least 35% meat-based protein, anything that has sugar or sweeteners, and anything that has grain or grain product as the primary ingredient.
  4. Treats are tricky as you don't want to give them anything that's patently unhealthy. In the past (before I knew better) I would give my ferrets Honey Nut Cheerios, peanut butter, raisins, and a bunch of other things. They loved it but it really wasn't healthy for them at all. Most ferrets like a squirt of Ferretone every now and then. Freeze-dried meats and jerky products are good, but again avoid things with added sugars and salt (honey and molasses finds its way into many pet jerky products). Once in awhile I'll slip my ferrets a little bit of cooked hamburger or roasted turkey but that's hit or miss. Remember: Ferrets are total carnivores!

    Though you didn't ask, I'll volunteer: Be very careful when giving your ferret(s) toys to play with. Avoid anything made of foam, for example; chewed pieces can get caught in their intestinal tract and cause serious problems. For similar reasons, avoid anything that has pieces which can be chewed off (e.g., a plastic eye); anything with plastic bits (like ribbons); and all kinds of squeaky toys and things made of thin rubber. Good toys: Cardboard tubes and boxes. Ping-pong balls. Super Thru-Way. Cotton rope toys. Large towels. Small cotton unadorned stuffed animals.