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Wondering if anyone feeds their maltese this brand. Home - Answers Pet Food We are transitioning our goldendoodle to it and will do the same with the bernedoodle at the right age. The maltese will be the third and final family dog. I am more concerned feeding raw for such a small dog, though I believe it has benefits. I do think that a brand like Answers that has done the balancing for you would be the way to go for a toy dog (if at all). Thoughts?
 

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My fluff who has had pancreatitis and other digestive issues couldn't tolerate the higher fat content, but I know quite a few Maltese owners whose dogs are thriving on Answers. I would definitely stick with a high quality pre-made like Answers rather than trying your own recipes.
 

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I don't feed the Answers brand (because I haven't seen it in my area) but I do feed one of my malts and my shih tzu freeze dried Primal raw. Also, I make bone broth once a month and freeze it in small containers, I heat the broth and add it to their meals instead of warm water. Oh, I also add the bone broth to the Hepatic prescription food for two of my other malts. ...the oldest gets whatever she'll eat at this point. The pups on the raw are doing great!
 

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Thanks for the input, all. Very helpful. Our current puppy also loves Stella & Chewy's freeze-dried raw. We've started breaking little pieces off and using for training rewards for commands and behaviors. I feel like this brand could work well for a Maltese as primary food.
 
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