Pets at Home 24x StepUp to Naturals dog food cans £11
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Pets at Home 24x StepUp to Naturals dog food cans £11

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LocalFound 23rd FebEdited by:"skratchgonzo"
Usually £16.99 for 24 of these so a considerable saving especially if bulk buying. Seems to only be an in-store deal.
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Excellent price for the ingredients.
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Wotan23 m ago

Excellent price for the ingredients.


Yeah, I'm glad they brought this brand out, was a good switch for us and its really nice to know your not just feeding your dog crude ash.
Brilliant, thanks! Once it's added to basket online the price changes to £11
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SerenStar5 h, 12 m ago

Brilliant, thanks! Once it's added to basket online the price changes to …Brilliant, thanks! Once it's added to basket online the price changes to £11


Oh, nice. 🏼
Just bought 2 packs as I happened to be passing a store. Thanks for the heads up, fingers crossed ours will eat it. The assistant said we could return it if they don't. Do prefer to give them better quality food but I do feel the price of some premium stuff is exorbitant.
Edited by: "liamf12" 24th Feb
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Definitely, my dog has been on this about 6 months and never turned her nose up at it. I just give her some extra meat here and there. Instead of paying for big brand food
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liamf121 h, 36 m ago

Just bought 2 packs as I happened to be passing a store. Thanks for the …Just bought 2 packs as I happened to be passing a store. Thanks for the heads up, fingers crossed ours will eat it. The assistant said we could return it if they don't. Do prefer to give them better quality food but I do feel the price of some premium stuff is exorbitant.


I moved to this brand after using the food checker on their website petsathome.com/sho…ipe has some good information on there
skratchgonzo4 h, 24 m ago

Definitely, my dog has been on this about 6 months and never turned her …Definitely, my dog has been on this about 6 months and never turned her nose up at it. I just give her some extra meat here and there. Instead of paying for big brand food


Our two do well with left overs from our kids even some steak last weekend. Strangely they all follow me out with my always empty plate too, they never learn.
Would be a sad life eating the same old stuff all the time.
liamf126 h, 52 m ago

Just bought 2 packs as I happened to be passing a store. Thanks for the …Just bought 2 packs as I happened to be passing a store. Thanks for the heads up, fingers crossed ours will eat it. The assistant said we could return it if they don't. Do prefer to give them better quality food but I do feel the price of some premium stuff is exorbitant.



Most people look at the price of the bag and balk instead of working out how much it would cost to feed per day and how long the bag would last for.

Cheap dog food is a false economy, you feed far less of a decent quality food than you do of the likes of bakers, pedigree etc.

Some of the wet food is ridiculous but it's very easy to feed your dog quality food. Pets at home own brand wainwrights for example, their wet (trays, not tins) is IMHO one of the best wet foods around, it's got fantastic ingredients and is around £1 a tray.

I feed raw, I know it's not or everyone for whatever reason but it cost me £30-£40 a month to feed two 25kg dogs.
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Wotan20 m ago

Most people look at the price of the bag and balk instead of working out …Most people look at the price of the bag and balk instead of working out how much it would cost to feed per day and how long the bag would last for.Cheap dog food is a false economy, you feed far less of a decent quality food than you do of the likes of bakers, pedigree etc.Some of the wet food is ridiculous but it's very easy to feed your dog quality food. Pets at home own brand wainwrights for example, their wet (trays, not tins) is IMHO one of the best wet foods around, it's got fantastic ingredients and is around £1 a tray. I feed raw, I know it's not or everyone for whatever reason but it cost me £30-£40 a month to feed two 25kg dogs.

I'm all for raw feeding, unfortunately I have very limited freezer space so it's not a viable option for me. These cans are on par even above (imo) the likes of pedigree and bakers with the added benefit of having no cereal bulk and a fully transparent ingredient breakdown.
skratchgonzo1 h, 2 m ago

I'm all for raw feeding, unfortunately I have very limited freezer space …I'm all for raw feeding, unfortunately I have very limited freezer space so it's not a viable option for me. These cans are on par even above (imo) the likes of pedigree and bakers with the added benefit of having no cereal bulk and a fully transparent ingredient breakdown.



Thwyre a world above the likes of pedigree and bakers! And an absolute steel at this price
So I can only repeat my thanks. Our two have been eating this for a few days and what a success. The mum eats anything in seconds, no surprise as she's half Labrador but her daughter (more miniature poodle) is really fussy and wow, she not only eats, but will eat inside. No more taking her bowl out in the rain or snow etc. No idea why she often refused to eat inside but you've converted me.
I've just bought this today, my dog Absolutley loved it! Normally he goes out to the loo half way through his dinner and leaves half of it in his bowl till morning. Now I've just given him a tin of this and he wolfed it down, left some to go out n have a wee then came running back in n went straight to polish off the rest. Cleaned his bowl that much I don't need to wash it!
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Haha winner winner
LeahsMintytoutou1 h, 2 m ago

I've just bought this today, my dog Absolutley loved it! Cleaned his bowl …I've just bought this today, my dog Absolutley loved it! Cleaned his bowl that much I don't need to wash it! Winner, winner 😁

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