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SPCA's pet food

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spca As you would expect, the SPCA's pet food for cats and dogs is full of the goodies and contains none of the baddies, that is no artificial flavours, hormones, colours or antibiotics.

It does have vitamins and minerals to give your pets a healthy and nutritious diet. We know cats can be fussy eaters. They can even like the things that are known to be bad for them, such as milk and cream, so we hope they like this pet food as much as we like recommending it. Cats like changes in their diet. It seems they get as bored as we do with the same meal every night; it's a good idea to let them try different pet foods - the recommended ones of course! Dogs, generally speaking, are a little less fussy, but both cats and dogs rely on us to feed them what is good for them.

The great thing about buying this pet food is that you're also personally helping the SPCA help those less needy than your own well fed pets. If you're not already buying this pet food, it's worth giving your pets a change of taste, just for that reason. The animals will tell you the rest.
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