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Advance Ocean Fish Adult Dry Cat Food 20kg - $89 (Was $175) + Free Delivery* @ Budget Pet Products

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Advance Ocean Fish Adult Dry Cat Food 20kg has been reduced to $89 at Budget Pet Products. Was $175.

Plus free delivery in major metro areas

Product Expiry: 01/2020 - 27% Off RRP - Product Limit 3 Per Transaction - While Stocks Last

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    Ingredients

    Salmon Meal, Rice, Maize Gluten, Chicken Fat, Chicken Meal, Rice Flour, Tuna Meal, Natural Flavour (Chicken), Salt, Dried Beet Pulp, Turkey Meal, Minerals, Vitamins, Sunflower Oil, Methionine, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Taurine, Antioxidants, Yucca Extract

    FWIW, similar product review here

  • +3 votes

    I wonder if this is betttter nutrients/value than $1 big mac burgers?

  • -1 vote

    Feeding your cats processed grain isn't healthy for the same reasons it ain't healthy for people.

    Now you know why your cat is overweight.

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    Some owner seems to have had problems with Advance brand but almost any Vet will suggest the brands:

    • Royal Canin
    • Hills Science
    • Advance
    • Ivory

    I have 2 kittens Domestic Shorthair and I have been feeding them with Royal Canin dry and wet food since I got they as baby.
    RC has a table in the package that helps you to know when to change from baby, kittens, adult, adult 7y+
    No problems so far, they love both and they have been growing so fast oO
    Also, I don't mix with anything else otherwise your cat/dog gets too p*ssy and anything different they eat will end paying a visit to a Vet.

    I guess you need to test and see which one fits better for you.
    Remember to mix the old and new food for at least a week for the replacement process to be friendly to their tummy.

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      but almost any Vet will suggest the brands…

      Perhaps pet food companies are influencing the vet industry?

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        Perhaps they have their own pets, they have had to deal with pets having health problems coz other brands and so on.
        You will find vets that recommend RC as you find others that will tell you to don't buy RC coz it is rubbish.

        Perhaps you need to find out by yourself or use trusted sources as shelters and vets known by their honesty.

        Perhaps ¯_(ツ)_/¯

        • +1 vote

          I've done a bit of research and whilst I'm certainly no expert, I found a lot of the commentary aligns with Diji1's comment above that grains/carbohydrates aren't healthy or beneficial for pets, but pet food companies seem to be adding them, and some would say to improve their profit margins.

          Royal Canin and Advance are owned by Mars, Hills Science is owned by Colgate-Palmolive and Ivory Coat was recently purchased by Chinese investors. It would seem that the bigger players in the pet food industry are in it to make money (no different to other industries I guess) so it then makes sense for them to deploy clever marketing to promote that buying their food is the best option for our pets and covers all their health needs. As an example, the second ingredient in this Royal Canin food is rice. I'm not implying it's a bad food but is it the best food? As you mentioned previously, it's a personal choice.

          Speaking of which, we ended up switching to a raw diet for our dogs and Earthborn Holistic for our cat.