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Free weeks supply of Joint Care + Dog Treats + £5 coupons from Pedigree

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Free weeks supply of Joint Care Dog Treats + £5 coupons Register for Joint Care+ Register now and you can look forward to receiving your free weeks supply of Pedigree® Joint Care+ and your five … Read More
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8y, 6d agoFound 8 years, 6 days ago
Free weeks supply of Joint Care Dog Treats
+ £5 coupons
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Register now and you can look forward to receiving your free weeks supply of Pedigree® Joint Care+ and your five £1 off coupons.
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8y, 6d agoFound 8 years, 6 days ago
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#1
It would be a good deal but Pedigree have gone down hill and their food so something I wouldn't feed my dog at all.

All vets do not recommend Pedigree. Pedigree are the ones who cause the problems in the first place. Stay away from this company and their (so called) food! If you can afford better dog food, then start buying better dog food. If you change your dog to a higher quality food, then you will most certainly notice differences.

You will notice brighter eyes, a shinier coat, and an all-around healthier dog.



Although it costs more James Wellbeloved is a great food and often do samples by request in an email. :)
#2
Cr4p company and cr4p food.
Joint care to rectify problems caused by feeding commercial food. Don't feed it and you won't need joint care!
Voted cold because I detest this company.
#3
Thanks
#4
Why has this expired ?
#5
robiscool
It would be a good deal but Pedigree have gone down hill and their food so something I wouldn't feed my dog at all.

All vets do not recommend Pedigree. Pedigree are the ones who cause the problems in the first place. Stay away from this company and their (so called) food! If you can afford better dog food, then start buying better dog food. If you change your dog to a higher quality food, then you will most certainly notice differences.

You will notice brighter eyes, a shinier coat, and an all-around healthier dog.



Although it costs more James Wellbeloved is a great food and often do samples by request in an email. :)


We used to get James Wellbeloved, but had to order it off the internet, and the delivery was a few days late so we had to get a box of bakers complete while we waited. Dog refused to eat James wellbeloved since then. We ended up giving the food to the animal rescue because she would not eat it no matter what we did.
#6
Tried my rottie on bakers and pedigree and her coat went incredibly dull, so did her eyes too! It was scary, within a week of changing to iams her coat looked immaculate and she looks fantastic now. Not sure if iams is good but it sure seems better than pedigree! I manage to find a large bag on reduced to clear in ASDA the other week for £12 down from £20 so bargain! lol
#7
These arrived this morning :)

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