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Spice Blends: Spoiled Sweet or Spoiled Rotten?

Now I haven't spotted this product in stores yet but based on the information seen here, what do you think about spice blends for your pup's food?

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cupcake16 cupcake16 9 years
interesting definetly!!!
mrspiven mrspiven 9 years
this is ridiculous. you're dog doesn't care what their eating.
flutterpie flutterpie 9 years
i like this, i dont feed my dog wet food because i was told by a vet that its bad for them, this stuff and the gravy i use has vitamins and gets them to eat the dry food.
eyesparkle eyesparkle 9 years
hahahaha. my dog doesn't need this. she will eat ANYTHING!!! i've never seen her refuse anything edible.
demeter demeter 9 years
MamaD MamaD 9 years
Come on they eat their own poop and drink out of toilets, not to mention eat garbage! What palate are you addressing exactly?
tawvry tawvry 9 years
I think this is one of the less ridiculous things that have come up, so I will have to say spoiled sweet!
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 9 years
One reason dogs rock is they're able to eat almost like people do, which makes feeding them easier and funner. If I had a dog, he'd definitely be well-fed!
mbkosel mbkosel 9 years
My puppy likes everyone else's food but his own, maybe this is the spices he's looking for at home?
GigglyGirl GigglyGirl 9 years
runnergeek: I bought the Iams puppy gravy for Kasey, he already eats Iams SmartPuppy food. He gravy doesn't seem to bother his tummy and he LOVES it. He's funny though, if I just squirt it on the top he only licks the kibble with the gravy, so I have to stir it in!
mayara mayara 9 years
I'm with the people who think it could maybe help get animals to better like the food they're given, and therefore eat better. We have an older cat who doesn't eat enough, and it seems to be partly that his senses are a bit weaker than they used to be. If some spice blend added to something we fed him convinced him it was food and it was tasty, it would be worth a bit to us.
colormesticky colormesticky 9 years
I don't think it's such a bad idea. My dogs hate that IAMS sauce. And I give them probiotics in their food, maybe something like this would help hide the taste.
nikodarling nikodarling 9 years
I like to cook for my dogs. I would be interested in this I always try to make them different flavors of food, but I am worried about what is good for them. Totally spoiled I know.
kiddylnd kiddylnd 9 years
I know quite a few people that make food for their pets. They don't use any prepackaged foods. Depending on what this comes out as, it may be a nice enhancement for that sort of thing.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
Hahaha so spoiled...
runnergeek runnergeek 9 years
same here aimeeb. my maxie has such a sensitive tummy. if i change anything in his diet, i have to do it very gradually. IAMS has those sauces that you can add to their food. i haven't tried those yet, though.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
I would not want to risk upsetting their stomachs.
hottpink hottpink 9 years
Sure, why not add a little spice! LoL!
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