There are also many, many BARFs out there…not in Singapore though. I hope to be able to sample them all one day heh.
(For new readers: Some Singaporeans may not want to feed Prey-Model-Raw or even use Premixes because of the lack of time, or whatever other reasons they may have, so I try to sample the pet foods sold out there in the market to see which ones are good and preferred by the furry ones. For the TRE babies, they get premixes on weekdays and PMR on weekends, and the occasional bit of canned food for taste testing. I don’t feed kibble…period.)
Here are the results of the Dr. B VS Big Dog Pet Foods kangaroo trial!
Thought I’d show you guys Dr. B’s food pyramid for cats and dogs…
Patties! Take a look at Big Dog Pet Food’s B.A.R.F here, if you haven’t yet read it 🙂
Well this looks like any other B.A.R.F. hehe.
Initially I was put off by the brownish meat, but this colouring is only seen at the topmost layers of the meat. Everything underneath looks normal, as you will see later.
I will try to get my hands on another Big Dog Pet Food kitty B.A.R.F to see if it’s consistently this colour.
Based on the same ratio of 4% body-weight feeding, both brands recommend that you feed 1/3 of a patty per 1 kg cat.
So I took a scoop out from each patty and placed it side-by-side on a plate…
Here’s the video!
In case you missed it:
(I must add here that the Dr. B Barf’s expiry date is further away than BDPF’s, so that might account for a difference in taste. If I can get my hands on packets with similar dates, I’ll try again)
They will be getting a doggy brother/sister in the future! Please wish us all the best! 😀