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Rating: 4.5

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Holly S.
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Rating: 5

For the Bottomless Pit!

posted 5 years ago

Hamster is a bottomless pit (lab mix, what do I expect?) and I have fed him Science Diet Light since he was a year old. He likes it because I can give him more; I like it because I can see how lean and healthy he is.

Pros: better nutrition, more food

Cons: pricey

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Linda
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Rating: 5

Good for weight loss

posted 5 years ago

I gave this to my older dog, after she had put on weight, and it helped get her back into shape.

Pros: Really helped lose weight

Cons: none

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