PlumFairy's Pet Parlour
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It's The Little Things That Make Life Such A Big Deal!
What I get for Kenzi is expensive, but I feel it is worth it. I get
Acana Duck and Pear. The meat source is free-range, and most of the ingredients come from small farms in Kentucky. It is produced in Canada. It has no grain, soy, chicken, or beef. Mineral and vitamins come from natural sources. Of course, it is like anything, it works for some and not for others. I can get it locally, and there is often a $10.00 coupon that I can use. In addition, there is a program that gives a free bag after you ten bags.
I know that the company was slammed for arsenic, but my dh told me arsenic is a common item found in the soil. If you eat a vegetable grown in your garden, you are probably getting some arsenic.
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