60x Happy Dog Food 100% Turkey 400g Tins £26.40 @ Amazon using code AMAZONCRUFTS (works out at 44p/tin)
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60x Happy Dog Food 100% Turkey 400g Tins £26.40 @ Amazon using code AMAZONCRUFTS (works out at 44p/tin)

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Found 10th Mar
60x Happy Dog Food 100% Turkey 400g tins for £26.40, which works out at 44p per tin for good quality food.

Add 5x 12 tins @ £6.28 per pack

Add promotional code AMAZONCRUFTS at checkout (credit to GlasgowGrey for the code).


A while ago my dog started being fussy with her dry food and the only way I could get her to eat was to mix it with wet dog food and Happy Dog branded food is up there with Forthglade in her enjoyment factor! It’s 100% meat and not full of grains and fillers, and apparently very tasty.

Best of all it doesn’t make her fart and she has a very happy tummy.
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Have you tried raw?
My dog loves this. It is however often available for just over 5 pounds without code, but if you need some now it's not bad.
Just in time for mothers day
Riley00712 m ago

Just in time for mothers day


I thought Thruthahn was German for turkey not crazy old goat
Just what Minnie needed. thanks.
Does it come in a gravy, jelly or just meat? My dog won't eat food if it has gravy for some reason!
Its good but the Phosphorous level is .5% I worry about Kidney disease in my pet and always try and use low Phosphorous Dog food.
Brought a 12 pack a few weeks back when I think it was around £5.50 ... dogs love it
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I bought some last time they were on offer - sadly my dog... or should I say, his digestive system, didn't get on with it.
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BIGUSHEADUS10 h, 3 m ago

Have you tried raw?


I’ve tried raw with cats but not dogs. With two Labradors it’s just not feasible.

ThomasWeatherall5 h, 40 m ago

Does it come in a gravy, jelly or just meat? My dog won't eat food if it …Does it come in a gravy, jelly or just meat? My dog won't eat food if it has gravy for some reason!



When I bought this same brand in lamb flavour it was just meat, no gravy (or jelly). I guess as this is 100% Turkey that it will also be just meat.
sicklysweet2 h, 7 m ago

I’ve tried raw with cats but not dogs. With two Labradors it’s just not fea …I’ve tried raw with cats but not dogs. With two Labradors it’s just not feasible.


Completely get you, we've had 4-5 for 10yrs+ so it makes more sense for us.

Our new one is a bit fussy so gonna go for this one, thanks op!

P.S. I didn't know you could feed cats on raw, that's brilliant.
we've had the duck and lamb and dogs love those. may try the turkey now. Certainly good value wet food
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BIGUSHEADUS7 h, 54 m ago

Completely get you, we've had 4-5 for 10yrs+ so it makes more sense for …Completely get you, we've had 4-5 for 10yrs+ so it makes more sense for us.Our new one is a bit fussy so gonna go for this one, thanks op!P.S. I didn't know you could feed cats on raw, that's brilliant.


I have a wonderful vet who is a ‘cat only’ vet and he is a total advocate of raw feeding, which is how I learnt about it.

We did the raw diet (supplemented by some dry cat kibble left down all the time as it has specific vitamins, minerals and minerals that can be lacking in a raw diet) for two cats who sadly have now died (but it’s through no fault of their diet).

Truth be told I got out of the habit of raw and my now 1.5 year old cat is doing well on her current food, but I would like to go back to raw for her when I’ve used up the applaws and other food she has. It’s just I have been really poorly and getting food delivered from Amazon is so much easier than asking someone to go to town to pick up the frozen raw meat I got from the vet.

I have friends who kindly give me raw pheasant/duck/pigeon/rabbit/venison meat when it’s ‘in season’ and I always share it between the dogs and cat. They think Christmas comes early when my friend pops round!!

For now, this 100% meat supplements my dogs dry food very nicely and just ‘works’ for us.


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BIGUSHEADUS7 h, 59 m ago

Completely get you, we've had 4-5 for 10yrs+ so it makes more sense for …Completely get you, we've had 4-5 for 10yrs+ so it makes more sense for us.Our new one is a bit fussy so gonna go for this one, thanks op!P.S. I didn't know you could feed cats on raw, that's brilliant.


Ps this is the link from my vet about raw feeding

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jaffavets.com/raw…tml
Edited by: "sicklysweet" 11th Mar
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