You can order wysong from caseys pantry - shipping might be cheaper. I adopted some ferrets that ate marshals kibble and they loved Wellness core. I also use Origen kitten , Natures variety duck formula is also a huge hit - they like variety. I also use freeze dried raw as a treat/ food by Vital essentials.
- Lisa - Mama to Allie,Ted ,Chunky Monkey,Spuds,Cricket
When looking for chicken hearts at the grocery store, look for gizzards. Usually grocery stores actually sell gizzards and hearts together in the same package as it's not economical for them to sell them separate. You could also look for an Asian or other ethnic food market as they might have them. Another option is look for the source. You might find a meat processing plant in the next town over that will sell product for pets (I just made this discovery tonight in my area).
I spoke with the grocery store here last time and they no longer have hearts mixed in with gizzards And there arn't any asian markets here (its a very small town), I could however drive to Amarillo and probably find these things, but its a two hour drive and so I'm going to have to wait till I get a deep freeze so I can actually purchase enough stuff to be worth it to drive 2 hours for it. Gas costs just to darn much hahah!
And Wysong does charge more, its $17 dollars through them. I think I can actually order it from amazon.com, the bags cost a few dollars more, but shipping was only 4 bucks so in the end its cheaper. I have to do some more looking.