AATU 80/20 Dog Food Chicken 10 Kg £29.99 prime exclusive
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AATU 80/20 Dog Food Chicken 10 Kg £29.99 prime exclusive

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Found 11th Jul 2017
Amazon prime day special.

For those who don't mind paying a bit extra for high quality dog food. We are trying our dog on this for the first time but have used Orijen and Millie's Wolfheart in the past which our dog likes (he will eat anything though!!).

Price normally around £55

Please see reviews and other dog food reviews here

allaboutdogfood.co.uk/the…ory
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Wow....nice saving for some good nosh
You can see if it's suitable for your best friend ...here...

allaboutdogfood.co.uk/
Always used that site, very helpful. I think this will get some cold votes from the Bakers fans out there
Excellent food I use the fish one as my dog is cereal and wheat intolerant and apparently if you feed chicken food the food isn't completely grain free as the chickens are fed on it.cost me £300 in vets fee with allergy testing to find out. fish ones reduced to but you hardly need any of this food, would take my dog ages to get through it
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Edited by: "onthelook" 11th Jul 2017
Heat for a high quality food, please bear in mind that not every dog would benefit from this. Every dog is different and different dogs flourish on different foods. We feed raw to ours as any dry food messes her tummy up including this and Orijen. The other dog is fine on this and Orijen but we like the other benefits of raw so she gets the same. These threads always turn into bashing but please bear in mind like humans there is no magic diet.
I agree with you but think a lot of people purely just get whatever is cheapest, regardless of quality.
Burgess: Sensitive Hypoallergenic food has been brilliant for our dog who kept getting upset stomachs with wheat-containing food.
MattNorfolk

I agree with you but think a lot of people purely just get whatever is … I agree with you but think a lot of people purely just get whatever is cheapest, regardless of quality.



I don't even think it is cost which is the issue, I think it is that people are misinformed or just a bit lazy to find out for themselves which is best. Harringtons for example is a decent food as you can see from the link posted(www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk), is available in supermarkets and is actually cheaper than your bakers etc. Im not saying it is anywhere as good as the food in this deal, but my point is with a little research you can find something a lot better for your dog than bakers.

Edited by: "badgerrules" 12th Jul 2017
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