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New Petsmart Food?

post #1 of 23
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I saw it in the ad this week, can't remember the exact name, something like Good Life? anyone know anything about it?
post #2 of 23
It has corn and by product for the first two ingrediants
post #3 of 23
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It has corn and by product for the first two ingrediants
figures
post #4 of 23
about the fifth ingrediant it does get better than tyipical grocery
post #5 of 23
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I'll stick with my CS then I just don't understand how they can advertise with the adjectives good, wholesome, healthy, natural etc when the stuff is crap!!
post #6 of 23
well by products are natural as is corn

CS is far far better and likely the same price
post #7 of 23
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well by products are natural as is corn

CS is far far better and likely the same price
you have a point there I'm definitely sticking with the CS, I'm their spokesperson, remember
post #8 of 23
What is CS?

We have a PetSmart here, but I don't recall seeing anything that fits that.
post #9 of 23
chicken soup =cs
post #10 of 23
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What is CS?

We have a PetSmart here, but I don't recall seeing anything that fits that.
Petsmart doesn't carry Chicken Soup, but if you have a Pets Supplies Plus near you they do, they also carry it at most feed stores... .the food that is available at Petsmart that is most comparable, IMO, is Blue Spa, but its a little more expensive I believe
post #11 of 23
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Petsmart doesn't carry Chicken Soup, but if you have a Pets Supplies Plus near you they do, they also carry it at most feed stores... .the food that is available at Petsmart that is most comparable, IMO, is Blue Spa, but its a little more expensive I believe
Blue spa is 28$ for a 16 lb bag I think and has IMHO not enough meat to support the leval of grains and veggies...IMHO
post #12 of 23
The feed stores her sell Chicken Soup for the Cat Lovers Soul.

My cat eats food from the vet as she has kidney disease. I think I will always stick with that no matter if I have a cat that is totally healthy.

I just started my cat on Transfer Factor for Felines, not a food but a good supplement.
post #13 of 23
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Blue spa is 28$ for a 16 lb bag I think and has IMHO not enough meat to support the leval of grains and veggies...IMHO
zoinks! I didn't realize it was THAT much more expensive!!!!
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The feed stores her sell Chicken Soup for the Cat Lovers Soul.

My cat eats food from the vet as she has kidney disease. I think I will always stick with that no matter if I have a cat that is totally healthy.

I just started my cat on Transfer Factor for Felines, not a food but a good supplement.
I've been reading about you guys trying that and I've been very interested, I may have to look it up myself, my babies need all the nutrition they can get
post #14 of 23
How much is Chicken Soup canned, and Chicken Soup dry?
post #15 of 23
And how do you guys feel about the Blue Spa Select line?
post #16 of 23
My Petsmart doesn't carry CS, and I can't find it online... do you guys have links?
Please.
post #17 of 23
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How much is Chicken Soup canned, and Chicken Soup dry?
I can get 18 lbs. dry for about $20. I think I can get canned for about $.85 for a 5 oz can. Not 100% sure on the price of the canned, though!

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And how do you guys feel about the Blue Spa Select line?
I think it's an OK food. I'm not overly familiar with it, so I'll let sharky chime in here!

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My Petsmart doesn't carry CS, and I can't find it online... do you guys have links?
Please.
Here's CS's link: http://www.chickensoupforthepetlover...products/cats/
post #18 of 23
Ah... unfortunately, the price of CS is way too expensive for us at the moment... with my husband out of job since November.

Market Select Blue is a little more reasonable... Sharky, where are you?????????
post #19 of 23
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Ah... unfortunately, the price of CS is way too expensive for us at the moment... with my husband out of job since November.

Market Select Blue is a little more reasonable... Sharky, where are you?????????
Blue Spa Select is really cheaper?!?!? I always thought that was a lil bit more $$$ than CS? How much does it cost you?

ETA: Is Blue Spa Select the same as Market Select Blue?
post #20 of 23
Ah, yes... I think they are the same, I might have just gotten the names incorrect. I'll have to double check the price on that... I know it's the one I pick up when I have extra money. At the moment, we're feed the PetSmart Authority brand and sometimes Iams, with Meow Mix Market Select thrown in for a treat to make the Authority wet more palatable.
post #21 of 23
I dont know what market select blue is ... the BLUE SPa line is only called that ...

For really tight time authority wet and dry are decent and reasonabley priced ... If it is wet food the Market select meow mix ??? good but the pouches are the same recipes and size and are usually 10 cents cheaper...
post #22 of 23
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Sharky and I were talking about the prices in another thread I think? but the Chicken Soup is waaaay less expensive than the Blue Spa, and a little bit better IMO, but Sharky's right, the Authority is a good choice for the budget conscious, and the pouches are the same thing as the applesauce cups, just a little more difficult to get out, and cheaper
post #23 of 23
Ah, I didn't know that! I guess I was fooled by the packaging into thinking it was better. Sheba has a new applesauce-type thingie select grade out now, and they look even better than the Meow Mix stuff, but it's pricier.

When I compare ingredients of Authority to Blue Spa, I don't see a huge difference (but maybe someone with a trained eye for these things could tell me better?). All I know is that I notice flaxseeds and veggie bits thrown in. Personally, unless I or hubby really start making a lot more money, I'm sticking with Authority for the time being. What are the downsides to it?
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