Earls Complete  dry dog food 3kg  £2.19 @ Aldi
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Earls Complete dry dog food 3kg £2.19 @ Aldi

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Found 8th Feb 2016
Only a 3kg bag but works out to the equivalent of £10.95 for 15kg - and both our dogs woof them down - great result for pocket and pets !
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I would not feed my dog on this.Cheap pet food everywhere.No deal.Cold.
We have two very healthy dogs (10 & 8 years old), both fed on either Aldi or Lidl complete dog food for years. We have used premium brands in the past, but they were no better than Aldi or Lidl brands, but a damn sight more expensive.

There is no research that I can find online that states that these own brands are detrimental to a dogs health or lack the necessary nutrition etc.. required.

The fact that they thrive on it is good enough for me.

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Heat from me my dogs love it and are healthy an fit they do a big bag of it as well in my aldi.
Try reading about the ingredients.Cheap dry foods contain hardly any meat chicken etc.Clearly you have done no research whatsoever and are truly ignorant of a dogs nutritional needs.
Dogs that are feed rich diets often have more problems than dogs feed this I also buy the tins of dog food it's just like butchers tins.
My dogs are feed this during the day an a tin at night.
Goes in dry, comes out slightly moister though.
My dog refuses to eat premium brands of dog food but loves this! Heat from me and if you don't want to feed your dog it then that's up to you but is there really any need to call the rest of us ignorant!
Ignorance is more a reflection of someone's manners than a lack of knowledge on the part of others. Relevant content is appreciated - derision unnecessary
It's a shame it's not listed on http://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk

I wouldn't buy it after changing my 9 year old Labrador onto a wheat-free diet, in particular Autarkey salmon light/senior. She was on Dr Johns working dog good before that, but she was sluggish, had achey joints, got easily stressed, limped sometimes after getting up or half an hour into a walk, had terrible dandruff, and if she was human I'd have said she was depressed.
Within 2 weeks of the autarky food she got her spark back, her eyes glistened again and she was happier. Two months and the dandruff had disappeared and there was no limping or stiffness at all. Three months later she was acting like she'd lost 4 years compared to before, enjoying life so much more.
A year or so on this food and she is a totally different dog, she's genuinely happy and there's no limping even after 4 hour walks. I'm staggered. Totally staggered. And utterly delighted.

My dad totally poo-poo'd the effects of dog food but he is genuinely taken aback and is 100% converted to the new food, and wheat-free diet for my older dog.

I put my puppy onto Autarkey food as soon as I could, and she's doing well. The vet is really happy with her weight, coat, progress etc.
For some reason I can't get onto the aldi page to have a look at the ingredients listed but I'm guessing "cereal" (not needed in a dog's diet), possibly wheat (which dogs are actually intolerant to), "meat and animal derivatives" with no actual named meat source which means it could be anything and can change between batches, plus a load of fillers that are only needed due to the poor quality of the food. Some other foods may seem more expensive, but you find you don't need to feed anywhere near the same amount - so they actually cost less overall, plus what comes out the other end is much smaller. The fact that the different biscuits are different colours means colouring used (why would this be used in a dog food?) or there are different things in each, which means each one would be different nutritionally, so not complete. It's no coincidence that cheap and nasty dog foods are made up of different shapes and colours - more appealing to the owner, no benefit to the dog.
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We have two very healthy dogs (10 & 8 years old), both fed on either Aldi … We have two very healthy dogs (10 & 8 years old), both fed on either Aldi or Lidl complete dog food for years. We have used premium brands in the past, but they were no better than Aldi or Lidl brands, but a damn sight more expensive.There is no research that I can find online that states that these own brands are detrimental to a dogs health or lack the necessary nutrition etc.. required.The fact that they thrive on it is good enough for me.Heat added.



Dogs need more than 4% meat and animal derivative though...
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