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Huge savings on royal canin dry pet food @ pets at home. from £17.38

£17.38 @ Pets at home
hi. great savings on royal canin size and breed/diet specific. just bought 10kg of royal canin siamese for £30 which is an excellent deal they have dog and cat food on offer. 7.5kg, 10kg and 12kg… Read More
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hi. great savings on royal canin size and breed/diet specific. just bought 10kg of royal canin siamese for £30 which is an excellent deal

they have dog and cat food on offer. 7.5kg, 10kg and 12kg, 15kg bags depending on the type of animal


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#1
shame they don't do the vet one as i just ordered some offline for £47 quid :(
#2
sorry about that memnoch. especially with the cost.
#3
I buy the proper Royal Canin vet care range. About £40 online delivered after quidco for 10kgs...
http://www.royalcanin.co.uk/vet/lifestage_diets/feline_vet_care_nutrition.aspx
3 Likes #4
I used to use this but it was costing more to feed the dog than myself
#5
leedale30
I used to use this but it was costing more to feed the dog than myself

i tend to buy in bulk when offers like this are on. but yes it is very expensive. this is probably as cheap as your going to find it with the cat food.

Edited By: balajake on May 13, 2011 12:29: error
1 Like #6
ive been feeding my cat hills science plan since him, anyone know how hills and royal canin compare against each other?
#7
my dog is on royal canin and he loves it. currently my cats are on hills but they get bored very easily so i switch between hills science plan, james wellbeloved, purina pro plan, royal canin and iams
they havent got round to trying the royal canin yet as my stocks are quite high due to all the offers recently
1 Like #8
What a great offer! My sister & I have stocked up on 30kg of the Exigent cat food between us for our 4 cats. Thank you, balajake!
#9
amszephyr
What a great offer! My sister & I have stocked up on 30kg of the Exigent cat food between us for our 4 cats. Thank you, balajake!

no worries. the only problem with these deals is that they run out too fast lol

Edited By: balajake on May 13, 2011 13:19: error
1 Like #10
Great Offer saved £19.82 on a £39.82 deal for £20 for 10KG is great. The Vets range to me seems like the same stuff just in a silver bag and sold at vets for a higher price, check the contents and not major differences to warrant the price hike.

Heath Added Thanks
#11
axe_1986
Great Offer saved £19.82 on a £39.82 deal for £20 for 10KG is great. The Vets range to me seems like the same stuff just in a silver bag and sold at vets for a higher price, check the contents and not major differences to warrant the price hike.

Heath Added Thanks

you got the royal canin sensible ? its a big saving isnt it

Edited By: balajake on May 13, 2011 13:59
1 Like #12
HOT
#13
balajake
leedale30
I used to use this but it was costing more to feed the dog than myself


i tend to buy in bulk when offers like this are on. but yes it is very expensive. this is probably as cheap as your going to find it with the cat food.


I was paying around £45 per week for a 15kg using this stuff
2 Likes #14
"WOOF!"

...my dog saying thanks
#15
no problem
1 Like #16
smashed
I buy the proper Royal Canin vet care range. About £40 online delivered after quidco for 10kgs...
http://www.royalcanin.co.uk/vet/lifestage_diets/feline_vet_care_nutrition.aspx

where do you get it from for this price please?
#17
Fantastic deal
Thank you
#18
cheers
#19
memnoch1976
smashed
I buy the proper Royal Canin vet care range. About £40 online delivered after quidco for 10kgs...
http://www.royalcanin.co.uk/vet/lifestage_diets/feline_vet_care_nutrition.aspx

where do you get it from for this price please?

maybe you could send him/her a private message asking where he gets it.


Edited By: balajake on May 13, 2011 21:12: error
#20
thanks
#21
Thanks sis, just ordered 2 bags to stock up for when i get my 2.

Heat added
#22
I've been giving my dog Vet Essentials. Does anybody know of the same food at a good price, prefarable through TCB or somewhere like that? A 10kg bag is lasting my dog about 5 weeks and the bag is about £40.
#23
If you want to save money and begrudge paying 20% vat then buy working dog food like Skinners (make sure its the working dog stuff)
Paid £22 for a massive bag.

There are other makes about but I emailed the company for local stockists and they replied very quickly.
#24
we have found csj dog foods to be excellent quality and good value too with a high protein and meat percentage. they dont have it in pet stores but lots of local stockists.

My dad was feeding his dog bakers complete but i got him to try csj and his dog is much less hyper and not needing to be drinking all the time like he was on bakers.

Edited By: badgerrules on May 15, 2011 18:52
#25
My cats need special food for their kidneys so not much good to me. But heat added anyway for others.
#26
kelbag1974
Thanks sis, just ordered 2 bags to stock up for when i get my 2.

Heat added


did you get the maine **** one ?
#27
balajake
kelbag1974
Thanks sis, just ordered 2 bags to stock up for when i get my 2.

Heat added


did you get the maine **** one ?



Yep, I love how you can't post the last part of the breed's name lol, I was gonna get the Persian kitten one but I don't know if it will do for mine so I went for the Adult instead. I can always wait til they're one and store it til needed.
#28
I can't seem to find Pets At Home on Quidco - am I right in thinking that PAT aren't part of it anymore?
#29
I use CSJ and wouldn't use anything else, have just purchased two 15kg bags of food for £36 inc delivery, food is wholesome, natural, no additives etc.
1 Like #30
Why are you feeding your CARNIVORES dried carb/chemical laden foods ? Do you want arthritis/cancer/kidney problems/joint problems etc etc etc etc in later life ?? It's so cheap because its rubbish , full of hard to metabolize by products ..I have 4 dos who are all raw fed & it costs me £10 per week to feed them, I get lots of raw chicken carcases & marrows free, lambs hearts are 30p each, it's NOT expensive & keeps your pets away from the vets . dogs NEED taurine for health hearts ...please look into what is in comercial petfoods & look into raw .....don't put health over convenience, you wouldn't if it were a child
http://www.rawlearning.com/
http://rawfed.com/
#31
Hot for me.

Thanks
#32
How long is the use by date on these generally. I have a 9m old Cocker spanial, so looking at the Royal Canin Adult Complete Dog Food for Cocker Spaniel 13kg
What flavour is it, and what is the meat content? Can't find anything on ther website
I'm no expert, so probably wrong in thinking a high meat content is best?
Do ppl think this stuff better than Hills which my puppy is currently on?

Thanks

Edited By: nicojo on May 15, 2011 22:57
#33
michellery - May 15, 2011 22:23
Why are you feeding your CARNIVORES dried carb/chemical laden foods ? Do you want arthritis/cancer/kidney problems/joint problems etc etc etc etc in later life ?? It's so cheap because its rubbish , full of hard to metabolize by products ..I have 4 dos who are all raw fed & it costs me £10 per week to feed them, I get lots of raw chicken carcases & marrows free, lambs hearts are 30p each, it's NOT expensive & keeps your pets away from the vets . dogs NEED taurine for health hearts ...please look into what is in comercial petfoods & look into raw .....don't put health over convenience, you wouldn't if it were a child
http://www.rawlearning.com/
http://rawfed.com/


Interesting but personally with my kids around, I dont fancy raw food around the place and even less, raw food bits around my dogs mouth - our dog is very playful and slobbery and the thought of raw meat dribble of my hands and arms is gross

Wouldn't raw meat would need complimenting with fibre, oils, n other stuff?
Maybe u just give drops or something?

Anyway, not being argumentative, just saying its not everyones cup of tea
#34
i wouldn't worry about it. at the end of the day its about choice.
banned#35
We have used this for years but are now changing since we found out its overpriced and not very good

http://www.petforums.co.uk/cat-health-nutrition/116753-z-dry-food-cats.html

General info: An expensive dry food for what it is. No declared meat content. The ingredient list is also somewhat more reminiscent of a muesli than a cat food.

Most certainly, with that amount of money you can get a high meat content dry food that contains no grains, such as Applaws, Fish 4 Cats, Orijen or some with a medium declared meat content such as Porta 21 Sensible or Arden Grange Sensitive.

The other thing that needs to be commented on is the amazing number of dry foods that RC produce - it is baffling. There literally is a dry food for every single eventuality.
#36
Personally I wouldn't feed my dog raw chicken as I don't want salmonella spread everywhere and dogs are susceptible to salmonella too. I wouldn't want food poisoning and I wouldn't want my dog to suffer from it either.
#37
Personally I recommend a mid ground between BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food diet) and BARK (BAR Kibble). The poster is right - you shouldn't be feeding your dog grains (dogs don't really eat much wheat or corn in the wild, save for the bits in the stomachs of what they catch, and the stomach is the first thing a wild dog or wolf will rip out of its catch as this is the body part richest in nutrition for a dog - hence Tripe is said to be the very best thing to feed a dog - if you can bear the smell in your house, good luck). Do also bear in mind that if on the ingredients on your dog food it has the word "derivative" on it (e.g. Animal or Meat derivatives) this can include euthanised animals, yes including cats and dogs.

If you have kids, a normal busy life etc, then BARK is the way to go. I can only recommend three brands as they are grain free with appropriate high levels of protein for your carnivorous companion.

These are all made by Champion Foods in Canada, and are Orijen, Acana and Taste of the Wild.

Yes they are more expensive, but you need less as they are up to 75 or 80% protein. Check the level of protein in wet food - rarely above 9% - most of it is water.

Personally, I buy a packet of Smart Price chicken from ASDA, poach it in water, and retain the "stock" for pouring over the kibble with some very finely chopped chicken added to it.

Admittedly I have a small breed - not sure if I could personally afford this regime with a big dog.

I'm qualified to speak on this issue and have no axe to grind. If you want to PM me about this or any health issues your dog is facing which may be a result of poor diet, feel free.



Edited By: barbiegirl on May 16, 2011 09:49
#38
barbiegirl
Personally I recommend a mid ground between BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food diet) and BARK (BAR Kibble). The poster is right - you shouldn't be feeding your dog grains (dogs don't really eat much wheat or corn in the wild, save for the bits in the stomachs of what they catch, and the stomach is the first thing a wild dog or wolf will rip out of its catch as this is the body part richest in nutrition for a dog - hence Tripe is said to be the very best thing to feed a dog - if you can bear the smell in your house, good luck). Do also bear in mind that if on the ingredients on your dog food it has the word "derivative" on it (e.g. Animal or Meat derivatives) this can include euthanised animals, yes including cats and dogs.

If you have kids, a normal busy life etc, then BARK is the way to go. I can only recommend three brands as they are grain free with appropriate high levels of protein for your carnivorous companion.

These are all made by Champion Foods in Canada, and are Orijen, Acana and Taste of the Wild.

Yes they are more expensive, but you need less as they are up to 75 or 80% protein. Check the level of protein in wet food - rarely above 9% - most of it is water.

Personally, I buy a packet of Smart Price chicken from ASDA, poach it in water, and retain the "stock" for pouring over the kibble with some very finely chopped chicken added to it.

Admittedly I have a small breed - not sure if I could personally afford this regime with a big dog.

I'm qualified to speak on this issue and have no axe to grind. If you want to PM me about this or any health issues your dog is facing which may be a result of poor diet, feel free.




careful, you'll have the animal rights activists on next lecturing you on the treatment of smart price asda chickens !



Edited By: balajake on May 16, 2011 10:28
#39
balajake
barbiegirl
Personally I recommend a mid ground between BARF (Biologically Appropriate Raw Food diet) and BARK (BAR Kibble). The poster is right - you shouldn't be feeding your dog grains (dogs don't really eat much wheat or corn in the wild, save for the bits in the stomachs of what they catch, and the stomach is the first thing a wild dog or wolf will rip out of its catch as this is the body part richest in nutrition for a dog - hence Tripe is said to be the very best thing to feed a dog - if you can bear the smell in your house, good luck). Do also bear in mind that if on the ingredients on your dog food it has the word "derivative" on it (e.g. Animal or Meat derivatives) this can include euthanised animals, yes including cats and dogs.

If you have kids, a normal busy life etc, then BARK is the way to go. I can only recommend three brands as they are grain free with appropriate high levels of protein for your carnivorous companion.

These are all made by Champion Foods in Canada, and are Orijen, Acana and Taste of the Wild.

Yes they are more expensive, but you need less as they are up to 75 or 80% protein. Check the level of protein in wet food - rarely above 9% - most of it is water.

Personally, I buy a packet of Smart Price chicken from ASDA, poach it in water, and retain the "stock" for pouring over the kibble with some very finely chopped chicken added to it.

Admittedly I have a small breed - not sure if I could personally afford this regime with a big dog.

I'm qualified to speak on this issue and have no axe to grind. If you want to PM me about this or any health issues your dog is facing which may be a result of poor diet, feel free.





careful, you'll have the animal rights activists on next lecturing you on the treatment of smart price asda chickens !





Oooh. Hadn't thought of that. Still I'm not sure that chickens have the empathy for humans that dogs have, and I don't need to pay their vet bills or mourn when they die early...

But I get your point mate!
1 Like #40
Thanks.

Ordered a couple of 10kg Bags for £30 each for my Ragdoll Cat.

normally I am paying £45 from pet supermarket or Zooplus

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Edited By: davidmaiden18183 on May 16, 2011 11:08

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