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Friskies Dental Diet Cat Food — 7 Comments

  1. It’s all about money, and Friskies has to compete with royal canin and Hills which I think the latter of the two foods are horrible…both contain crap. Friskies was cheap and I am sure they took it off the market due to money not being made and shelf at the stores..it’s too bad no one cares about cats anymore..

  2. I’m gone to say to my little brother, that he should also visit this website on regular basis to get updated from newest news.

  3. The vet suggested larger kibble for my cat who was eating too fast and was over weight. I squeezed my way through the pet food and found Friskies Dental. GK not only chewed it, instead of feeding in bowl, I spent a few minutes throughout the day shooting kibble like marbles. She would chase and devour them and it was a wonderful exercise and bonding for us the last years of her beautiful 20-year life. If we’d had digital cameras and youTube then, she’d have been a star!

    Now i need Dental for feral colonies with dental problems, but can’t find it.

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  5. Oh my, I just went to the store looking for Friskies Dental Diet and the clerk at PetSmart had never heard of it. I did not realize that the product had been discontinued. My 16 year old cat has been eating it since the vet recommended it during his first visit. A visit to the vet last week, still showed he was doing well but now concerned. I have been offering another dried food for the past 3 years, as I now have 4 cats, but the older one, always eats the Dental Diet first, and leaves the crumbs! Heavy sigh………

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