HOW MANY TIMES A DAY DOES MISO EAT?
Miso gets fed fresh food twice a day. Once within a couple hours after waking up and again in the evening usually a few hours before bedtime.
WHERE DOES MISO GET HER FOOD?
We purchase her food from JustFoodForDogs, a fresh food company introduced to us by our veterinarians at the time. The company was founded in 2010 and was the first brand we found that produced 100% fresh human grade food for your pet. All their ingredients are USDA certified (no feed grade ingredients) and no preservatives. If you want to learn more about this company, their website offers plenty of information! Learn more.
WHICH RECIPE IS MISO EATING?
Miso is currently fed their Beef & Russet Potato recipe. I also like their Fish and Sweet Potato recipe as an option because the fish will provide some Omega-3’s to her diet. Unfortunately Miso is very picky and happened to prefer to beef. = ) My guess is that the beef is tastier due to its higher fat content.
DO YOU NEED TO REFRIGERATE HER FOOD?
Yes, her food needs to be refrigerated as we buy the JustFoodForDogs frozen fresh option. They also have a pantry fresh option that only needs to be refrigerated once open. We will use this when we travel with her. It costs slightly more and the texture is mushier, but it’s the same formula and no preservative are used.
WHY FRESH FOOD? WHAT ABOUT KIBBLE AND RAW?
I wanted to feed her higher quality ingredients than what I saw in a lot of the kibble brands out on the market. Back when I was first deciding what I wanted to feed Miso, I was not ready to go full-on raw. Fresh, human grade cooked food seemed like the perfect medium for me at the moment, but I am always learning and this may change as I learn more. Miso has now been eating fresh food since about 6 months old.
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