Bakers Complete 14KG for £18 or 5Kg for £8 free to collect or £4.95 delivery @ Pets at home
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Bakers Complete 14KG for £18 or 5Kg for £8 free to collect or £4.95 delivery @ Pets at home

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Found 4th Oct 2013
Pets at home have reduced the price of quite a few of their Bakers Complete dry dog food
14kg Now £18
5Kg Now £8
Most of the common flavours are on offer including
Beef,Chicken,bacon,rabbit,senior,puppy
Free to collect in store but from £4.95 for delivery

16 Comments

why is this cold? 5kg bags are £10.99 in asda/tesco

Probably because people don't like feeding food containing cancer causing carcinogens. BHT, BHA etc.

Rather spend £20 on a 15kg bag of skinners duck and rice/salmon and rice.

I haven't voted. It is a good price but I can't being myself to vote bakers hot. But voting cold kind if voids the point of the site.

I'm sure someone will find it useful.

where can you get 15 kg of skinners for 20 quid

grajac123

where can you get 15 kg of skinners for 20 quid




Sorry. £23

amazon.co.uk/gp/…HL2

grajac123

where can you get 15 kg of skinners for 20 quid



http://www.medicanimal.com/product?product_id=B8578&locale=en_GB&ptc=googlebase&utm_source=uk_googlebase&utm_medium=uk_googlebase&utm_campaign=uk_googlebase&gclid=CO3MoJ3v_bkCFcfJtAod52cAaw

or Pet Supermarket sell it I believe, with free delivery.

I also wouldn't buy Bakers. The woman in Pets Corner actually said feeding a dog Bakers everyday, is like feeding your child McDonalds everyday. I'm not sure exactly what she meant, but I gathered from that it's not good for them.

I buy my dogs the Skinners Field and Trial Duck and Rice Dry Mix 15 kg packs from amazon as well.
Edited by: "GameofDeals" 4th Oct 2013

Original Poster

I had heard about the E numbers in bakers but thought that was years ago and they had changed it
might have a look elsewhere now

The low meat content and the high additives and colouring really upset my doggies tums and gave them skin problems. Good price though

OH,E numbers,scared! Some are such dangerous things as caramel,or iron and other deadly things. Look them up don't be so stupid as to automatically think they are bad or in some way "un natural".

Cancer causing!! what a load of old toffee, we have little enough knowledge of what causes it in humans let alone dogs. The woman at pets corner told me, yeh sure, I bet she is a real expert as well as being a kennel maid.

Skinners salmon and rice or duck and rice are great value for money on Amazon.

jongerry

OH,E numbers,scared! Some are such dangerous things as caramel,or iron … OH,E numbers,scared! Some are such dangerous things as caramel,or iron and other deadly things. Look them up don't be so stupid as to automatically think they are bad or in some way "un natural".Cancer causing!! what a load of old toffee, we have little enough knowledge of what causes it in humans let alone dogs. The woman at pets corner told me, yeh sure, I bet she is a real expert as well as being a kennel maid.



Do your research. Bakers contains both BHA and BHT. Both are known to cause cancer. Telling others not to be stupid whilst spouting crap about things you clearly have no idea about. You obviously haven't taken your own advice and looked them up.

We know plenty about what causes cancer, what we don't know is how to cure it.

Just because you are ignorant enough to believe the massive bakers marketing campaign, doesn't mean every pet owner is the same. Some actually care what their pets eat.

Few links to show you what the caramel and iron in bakers a really is.

http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/red-flag-ingredients/dog-food-preservatives/

aplusflintriverranch.com/def…php?win=small

http://www.best-dog-food-review.com/67901/70401.html

http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/red-flag-ingredients/bht-in-dog-food/

canine-epilepsy-guardian-angels.com/tox…htm

Wotan

Do your research. Bakers contains both BHA and BHT. Both are known to … Do your research. Bakers contains both BHA and BHT. Both are known to cause cancer. Telling others not to be stupid whilst spouting crap about things you clearly have no idea about. You obviously haven't taken your own advice and looked them up.We know plenty about what causes cancer, what we don't know is how to cure it.Just because you are ignorant enough to believe the massive bakers marketing campaign, doesn't mean every pet owner is the same. Some actually care what their pets eat.Few links to show you what the caramel and iron in bakers a really is. http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/red-flag-ingredients/dog-food-preservatives/http://www.aplusflintriverranch.com/define-ethoxyquin.php?win=smallhttp://www.best-dog-food-review.com/67901/70401.htmlhttp://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/red-flag-ingredients/bht-in-dog-food/http://www.canine-epilepsy-guardian-angels.com/toxicology_of_bha.htm




[img
]Please forward your knowledge to CancerResearch, because as yet they, along with everyone else but you, understand the mechanism but not the cause.
It is better to be thought a fool than open your mouth and prove it.

jongerry

[img]Please forward your knowledge to CancerResearch, because as yet … [img]Please forward your knowledge to CancerResearch, because as yet they, along with everyone else but you, understand the mechanism but not the cause.It is better to be thought a fool than open your mouth and prove it.



You mean like you did with the E numbers?

http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/utilities/atozindex/atoz-causes-of-cancer

Maybe have a little read there. Plenty of research there. And that's just one reference.


E 101, vitamin B2
E120 Cochineal
E200 Sorbic Acid
E251 Sodium nitrate
E300 Vitamin C all absolutely un natural and deadly-not!
Would you rather have no regulation as to what goes in your food?

As for the cancer,if we understood it we would have beaten it. The fact is that cancer will get all of us if we live long enough,it is not the cancers of old age that are the concern,it is the cancers of relative youth and we still do not understand the reasons why cells mutate in this way in some people and not in others.I speak as a 15 year cancer sufferer myself so perhaps i do know something but again I bow to your superior knowledge.

jongerry

E 101, vitamin B2E120 CochinealE200 Sorbic AcidE251 Sodium nitrateE300 … E 101, vitamin B2E120 CochinealE200 Sorbic AcidE251 Sodium nitrateE300 Vitamin C all absolutely un natural and deadly-not!Would you rather have no regulation as to what goes in your food?As for the cancer,if we understood it we would have beaten it. The fact is that cancer will get all of us if we live long enough,it is not the cancers of old age that are the concern,it is the cancers of relative youth and we still do not understand the reasons why cells mutate in this way in some people and not in others.I speak as a 15 year cancer sufferer myself so perhaps i do know something but again I bow to your superior knowledge.



Email bakers, ask if they use BHT, BHA and Ethoxyquin

Nobody said they understood it, they do know a lot about what can lead to it, IE causes. I speak as someone who lost their mother to cancer 8 months ago, but you clearly think you're an authority.

Feed your dog whatever you want, but you'd think suffering with cancer yourself would mean you wouldn't want to put something in your dog that is known to lead to cancer. Even if bakers had zero e numbers etc the fact remains, its a crap filler loaded food. If you want to feed it to your dog, great, carry on. If you want to feed your dog wotsits and ribena, great, carry on. But facts are facts, ingredients don't like. Bakers is not a good food.

Cereals, Meat and animal derivatives (Minimum 4% fresh meat in the soft moist kernel, minimum 4% chicken in the red and brown kernels), Vegetable protein extracts, Oils and fats, Derivatives of vegetable origin (0.5% beet pulp in the red and brown kernels), Various sugars, Minerals, Vegetables (minimum 4% vegetables in the green and yellow kernels). With antioxidants, coloured with and preserved with EC additives.

What oils and fats?

What veg is it derived from?

What antioxidants? What preservatives?

What sugars, and why are sugars even in dog food.

As I said, feed what you want, but don't fool yourself into thinking it's all natural and harmless.

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