James Wellbeloved Adult Complete Dog Food with Duck & Rice 15kg £34.06 @ Pets at Home - HotUKDeals
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I use this for my chocolate lab who has a very sensitiv stomach but since using this he has no trouble at all

James Wellbeloved Large Breed Adult Complete Dog Food with Turkey &Rice is a nutritious complete dog food that has been designed specifically to support the unique nutritional needs of large breed dogs to keep them healthy and active. Formulated to be gentle on your dog's digestion; excluding many of the ingredients which are known to commonly cause allergies including wheat gluten and dairy products. Suitable for large breed adult dogs.
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#1
Good price and good food - my yellow lab had very bad skin problems but seems much better since being on James Wellbeloved
#2
this might be a long shot..

is there any evidence regarding expensive dog food brands vs cheaper ones?

reason i'm asking is i have 2 english mastiff x great danes (a year old) and one puppy rottie. all three need to be on large breed dog food. i'm feeding them Beta Max however.... its expensive then i wonder... would it matter if they were fed cheaper food? (let me make tis clear.. i don't mind paying for the expensive food at all) i was just wondering thats all.

if i fed them the cheaper food does that mean that they may get other problems or not grow as much? just thought i'd ask as i saw this deal.. :whistling:
#3
I can't answer your question entirly, but my vet has allways said to buy james wellbeloved or science plan as the cheaper ones have a lot of added stuff that lead to stomach upsets bad skin etc etc. but if your dogs are ok with the cheaper food i would stick with that

Have a read of this.......http://www.epinions.com/content_1837015172 it might help some more
#4
Thanks Mitford..

I've just been reading this..

http://www.dogfoodproject.com/index.php?page=badingredients

My vet said Purina beta max is fine, however after reading a different forum they were slating Purina alot..
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#6
I get this for £29 something from my local Pet Supplier and thats the normal price and yes its for the 15kg bag. It's in Brigg so probably won't be of much use to many people hence why i never posted it. :)
#7
vetuk.co.uk sell all the flavours for £37.08 but if you bulk your order up to £39 you get free 48h courier delivery.

http://www.vetuk.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=62_85_92&products_id=615

Dave

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