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Bosch Sanabelle

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What do you think abot that food?
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If you could list the ingredients, it would be easier for our nutrition experts to give their opinions as some foods are not easy to find on the web.
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Here are the ingredients for the adult variety:
Fresh poultry meat, wheat flour, maize, animal fat, greaves (dehydrated), liver (dehydrated), fish meal, wheat, hydrolysed meat, wheat middlings, fresh meat meal, powdered egg (dehydrated), beet pulp, linseed, yeast (dehydrated), sodium chloride

Crude protein 29.5%, crude fat 15.0%, crude fibre 2.0%, crude ash 7.0%, calcium 1.1%, phosphorus 0.9%, moisture 10.0%

Vitamins and Trace Elements per kg:
Vitamin A 17,000 I.U., vitamin D3 1,500 I.U., vitamin E 150 mg, copper 10 mg, with antioxidant (EC additives)

It has too much grain for my taste, but I imagine your choices are limited in Slovenia. It's better than Whiskas/Friskies/Brekkies. Have you tried a canned diet, and what canned brands are available there?
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Canned diet? What is this?

I feed my cats with technical until now. What do you think about that?
We also have hill's, royal canin, nutro, bosch, arden grange, etc... and off course whiskas, friskies and that kind of stuff...
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Canned=wet food, in a tin. Nutro is good, as is Royal Canin. I'm not familiar with Technical or Royal Grange. Hill's has too much grain, too.
Nutro also has wet food that you could try.
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No, Bosch doesn't have wet food I think. Neither Technical. Hills, nutro, miamor has.

One of my cat doesn't like wet food a lot, the other loves it, but he got diarea, if eat too much (no mather which one), so i gave wet food tem only occasionaly. once o week for example or once on two weeks. They like dry food a lot and hey have really great s**t (i don't know how to say ) after them.

Poultry meal, ground rice, ground corn, poultry fat, corn gluten meal, whole dried eggs, fish meal, beet pulp, natural flavours, cultured yeast, potassium chloride, dicalciumphosphate, salt, calcium chloride, DL-methionine, choline chloride, taurine, vitamins, (vitamin A, thiamin B1, riboflavin B2, pyridoxine B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D3, vitamin E, vitamin K, niacin, pantothenic acid, inositol, ß-carotene, folic acid, biotin), minerals (zinc oxide, zinc proteinate, iron sulphate, iron proteinate, copper sulfate, copper proteinate, manganese oxide, manganese proteinate, calciumiodate, natriumselenite), calcium carbonate, Yucca schidigera extract. Naturally protected with vitamins C and E and rosemary extract.

Typical Analysis

Crude protein 32%, crude fat 19%, crude fiber 1.7%, crude ash 5.4%, moisture 8%, calcium 0.9%, phosphorus 0.7%, magnesium 0.09%, vitamin A 15,000 IU/kg, vitamin D3 2,000 IU/kg, vitamin E 190 mg/kg, copper (as copper sulphate and copper proteinate) 15 mg/kg, taurine 1,500 mg/kg. Vitamins content guaranteed up to best before date. For best before date, batch code and registration numbers see code stamped on pack. Store in a cool, dry place. Produced in the EU.

Which is better Technical or bosch?
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I don't see much of a difference between the two, and actually think the Nutro might be better (fewer grains) and not more expensive. Do you absolutely have to have just one food? I usually rotate brands, and I know many others do.
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Thank you.
Nutro is here very expensive. About 75 $ /15 kg (33 pounds)

I bought bosch for change now and mixed it with the rest of technical. I alsu often buy some wet food of other...
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