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Baker Complete Dog Food 15kg Was £24.99 Now £17.99 @ Pets at Home

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Baker Complete Dog Food 15kg Was £24.99 Now £17.99 Saving £7 Available online and in-store
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Baker Complete Dog Food 15kg Was £24.99 Now £17.99 Saving £7

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This may be a good deal, but if you really care about your pet's health and wellbeing, you won't even feed them this rubbish! How many people actually look at the ingredients? minimum 4% of a given meat and huge amounts of animal derivitives. Just key in "what's really in pet food" on any Internet search tool and you'll be horrified! Ever looked at the rear of the BAKERS sack? "Don't store next to ..."
:shock: If pet owners could be bothered to find out what these companies put in pet food they would stop buying it and the firms would go bust!
Spend a little extra (the food actually goes further) and you'll notice a huge improvement in your pets health, and increase the life expectancy of your pet. Hollistic dog food all the way.
Yes, I agree, it's complete **** food for dogs, /a member of your family give him something this bland & it's no wonder they chew walls trainers etc, more flavour.

We feed our (3) boxers on a lb or thereabouts of pigs liver cooked in milk & garlic everyday, along with some biscuit, far healthier, easier to digest, less mess, no waste ever. ...CHEAPER, @ 65 pence per pack typically (the liver is bough once per week stuffed in the freezer & made accordingly in 2 day batches, lots of garlic, (good for em) then the biscuit is filler / chosen according to whelping / age requirements, we also make up veggy stews for them & incorporate tastey meat juices & fats we don't fancy.
A breeder & show judge friend of ours cooks up potatoes as a cheaper alternative to biscuit as theres lots of good stuff in a potato!

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