Do you read the fine print?

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    Winterybella Well-Known Member

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    I think it super great that Homer likes vegetables. He's better than a lot of humans who really need them. I will try different techniques to see if I can get the girls to come around. Zola is the greedy one and when she refuses something it catches my attention. She's either ill or doesn't like it at all.
     
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    claudine Well-Known Member

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    I can say the same thing about my Homer. He's extremely greedy, so I always worry when he refuses to eat something. The only food he doesn't like are bananas. In general, he prefers vegetables to fruits.
     
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    IcyBC Well-Known Member

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    When I am switching dog food brand, I took out my magnifying glass to read the ingredients on the bag before I buy. I also can't read the fine print anymore :) I am aimed for the first three ingredients of something I can read and if I can't read them or understand what they are, I won't buy.

    I think I have found the right food for Capone now, so I will stick with it unless something else happens.
     
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    Johanna Well-Known Member

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    Feed mine burns dried food. and a bit of winalot
     
    Johanna, Mar 26, 2016
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