Jingo is FINALLY off of Zupreem Fruity! Good thing too, because I only have half a pound left and wasn't interested in buying more
So now he's been moved to Zupreem Natural. Which, I'm debating if that is what I want him on long term, or if that was just a stepping stone for us. I do mix both his and Koopa's Natural with TOPS crumbles, but they both rarely eat them.
I did try Jingo on Harrison's when I first got him, and he was completely disinterested in them, so I don't know that I want to go that route, and thus I have been thinking about doing Roudybush. I noticed, though, that they have a Low Fat version, as well as a Rice version ,which I am contemplating trying. My reasoning is that Jingo has gained some weight (about 7 grams over the past few months) and while I wouldn't call him overweight, I would rather work on maintaining a healthy weight then try to get him to lose weight in the future. I'm sure once he starts flying it will be a moot point, but still.
The other consideration is that Quakers are prone to fatty liver disease. I don't intend to remove fat from his diet, but a lower fat pellet may lower the risks later in life, right?
Does anyone currently feed either of these? And should I work towards converting his diet once again, or just let him exist on the Zupreem and hope he eats the TOPS?