Orlando dry dog food 10kg instore at Lidl for £3.99
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Orlando dry dog food 10kg instore at Lidl for £3.99

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Found 18th Nov
Just picked up some Orlando dry dog food from lidl in bicester and noticed that they have reduced the price from £6.49 to £3.99 , we have been buying this for a few months now and our dogs seem to like it. I think it a good deal at the usual price but for £3.99 it's a steal
Not sure if it's a national deal but they usually are if they have a red label

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Already posted earlier today

So that's where the chicken nuggets from Disney World come from.

Trust me this is very poor Quality dog food, and does nothing for your dog what’s so ever. Why would anyone buy this crap is beyond me.

these12342 m ago

Trust me this is very poor Quality dog food, and does nothing for your dog …Trust me this is very poor Quality dog food, and does nothing for your dog what’s so ever. Why would anyone buy this crap is beyond me.



I'd sooner trust precise nutritional information than some stranger on the Internet claiming I should simply 'trust them'.

TehJumpingJawa7 m ago

I'd sooner trust precise nutritional information than some stranger on the …I'd sooner trust precise nutritional information than some stranger on the Internet claiming I should simply 'trust them'.


Try this link allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog…ete

it might just help you.

baggerofbargains6 m ago

Just googled it and found the ingredients...not a lot of meat …Just googled it and found the ingredients...not a lot of meat here!Ingredients List Cereals Meat and Animal DerivativesClick to see what we think about Meat and Animal Derivatives in dog food (4% Beef), Derivatives of Vegetable OriginClick to see what we think about Derivatives of Vegetable Origin in dog food, VegetablesClick to see what we think about Vegetables in dog food (4% PeasClick to see what we think about Peas in dog food), MineralsClick to see what we think about Vitamins and Minerals in dog food, Oils and FatsClick to see what we think about Oils and Fats in dog food, YeastsClick to see what we think about Brewer's Yeast in dog food, AntioxidantsClick to see what we think about Artificial Preservatives and Antioxidants in dog food BHAClick to see what we think about Artificial Preservatives and Antioxidants in dog food/BHTClick to see what we think about Artificial Preservatives and Antioxidants in dog food (E320Click to see what we think about Artificial Preservatives and Antioxidants in dog food/E321Click to see what we think about Artificial Preservatives and Antioxidants in dog food) and ColourantsClick to see what we think about Artificial Colourings in dog food(E172)


Exactly. It’s full of crap

You will spend a lot more at the vet sorting out the problems your dog gets from the poor diet....

Cooooold! Awful food!

Nowt wrong with my dogs
Edited by: "SWERVE_79" 18th Nov

If you want good dog food try Akela they're online mostly but they're 80:20 meat and veg.. No rubbish.

these1235 h, 55 m ago

Trust me this is very poor Quality dog food, and does nothing for your dog …Trust me this is very poor Quality dog food, and does nothing for your dog what’s so ever. Why would anyone buy this crap is beyond me.


My Fox and Hedgehogs seem to think its worth coming round for

EuroPear8 h, 18 m ago

If you want good dog food try Akela they're online mostly but they're …If you want good dog food try Akela they're online mostly but they're 80:20 meat and veg.. No rubbish.


So it should be at £50 for10 kilo, cheaper to feed them on chicken breast and steak.

Captain.Banana2 h, 55 m ago

So it should be at £50 for10 kilo, cheaper to feed them on chicken breast …So it should be at £50 for10 kilo, cheaper to feed them on chicken breast and steak.

Maybe if you have a rather large dog.. I found them pretty cheap for my chihuahua. Less than £5 a month.

I would not feed this to a dog
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