Originally Posted by jaycee
according to that she would still be getting more or equal the amount of protein on dry food. so if its a high quality i would go with that over a low quality wet.
im starting to think wet food is somewhat of a scam, especially considering the prices.
No the protein would still be higher since the ave wet food provides 38-45% protein ... which is still more than the dry ave of 34% ...
three ounce s of wet still has more protein and the added benifit of extra moisture to mimic nature ...
Also remember wet food s levals are nearly constant no matter what brand wheras dry food s protein and fat varies greatly for just adult
The prices are higher for less but the vet bills are a lot lower
Kandie ate Friskie s wet and dry for years and ave three vet visits a year( over the yearly check up)
I put her on high high end dry and friskies wet ... two trips a year ( plus two check ups a yr)
switched to high end wet and dry ... just her check ups///
of course now she eats wet and raw and sees an accupucturist and is acting like 18 weeks not 18 years...
Lower end wet still gives alot of benifits like low grain, something cats dont need and almost every low to high end dry gives way to much....