Jun 05 , 2020
Ever wondered what’s better? A canned dog food — or a kibble? For me, it took a trip away from home and a call from the kennel attendant that finally helped me solve that riddle.
“Bailey hasn’t eaten a bite in two whole days,” she advised. “What would you like us to do?
We had gone away for the holidays and had no choice but to leave our little guy with the vet.
And now we were worried.
Bailey’s recent favorite — a chicken and rice kibble — had been brought along with him to the kennel. But now he didn’t want any part of it.
When I asked the aide if she had any suggestions, she quickly replied…
“Why don’t you let me try something. It almost always works, especially with our finicky dogs who refuse to eat.”
When I called back a few hours later I was relieved to find out Bailey had “gobbled up every bit of it… and even licked the bowl”.
Want to know what “it” was?
An Overlooked Dog Food Option
Canned dog food. That was it. Bailey wouldn’t eat the kibble. But he sure did love that wet food.
So, I decided to learn more about canned dog food. I knew Bailey liked it. And he liked it a lot more than he liked kibble.
But I had to be sure if it was OK for him to eat. After all, I’d always heard that canned dog food wasn’t as good for dogs as kibble.