We’ve had the large one for dog food for about 5 years. We keep our dog food in this in the garage with no worries of mice or rats. Wheels make it easy to wheel about when full
I’m shocked at how expensive some stuff is on here, even in clearance (shock)
The most tackiest picture ever? I suppose on a plus note neither of them are doing the Tortured Goldfish (Pouting) look!
The cat in the picture is saying "I didn't agree to this picture being taken, who the hell are you?" :3
Thanks. Been needing to buy a large, decent container for 15kg bags.
Heat from me. but could never buy this as of the pic on it. would rather have one all one color or some better pics of say dog bones/biskets and so on all over it
This is air tight to preserve only the freshest biscuits for your furry loved ones. Sometimes I think you people don't deserve my show stopping deals, do you hear me, YOU DON'T DESERVE MY DEALS!!!!!!!!!
I find metal pedal bins the best for dog food fits 10kg bag in perfectly
I have had this one for a few years now get a scoop with it would recommend I buy 10kg bags of food and it goes just above half way so you get plenty of room inside hot from me
Farm foods 120 pouches £23
Our local ps was doing 40 pack for 8.99, 48 for 10.00works out at just over 20 each
I think they had them at poundstretchers for the same price too if that’s closer for anyone
Great hutch my 2 guinea pigs love it. XD
U4 keeps the water crystal, 1000 LPH. I find it ideal for the depth of the tank.
Which fluval filter?
I also have this model and the filter is very poor have upgraded mine to fluval and the difference is amazing. Nice tank though.
Similar size cheaper here https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/15L-33L-70L-90L-Aquarium-Nano-Fish-Tank-Tropical-Coldwater-LED-Light-Free-Del/222077152510?_trkparms=aid%3D555017%26algo%3DPL.CASSINI%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D53531%26meid%3Ddbfd2f7ed731410086a355c02f18f168%26pid%3D100706%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D1%26%26itm%3D222077152510&_trksid=p2045573.c100706.m4781
I have to say, the tank and the heater is great however the filter/pump is terrible! It took over 10 days to properly filter the water clear and I have soft water where I live. If you can find the tank for a decent price then go for it but be prepared to buy an additional pump! Had the tank now for 2 years, going strong 👌🏻
I prefer its product name in the Scandinavian countries:
Bought some Felix for the first time from Asda last weekend. Got the 40 pack because it was down to £9. Was moving over from Whiskers because my cat was seeming to be a bit bored of it. The meat chunks in Felix are much bigger. The change seemed to have perked my cats interest in food a little bit, but I'm not sure if that's because Felix was tastier, or whether it was simply something a bit different. Although I got it slightly cheaper last week, I think it's a good deal, so voting hot. Worth checking Asda to see if the deal is still on
Should this not actually be called 'as bad as it smells'?
I wish. He won't eat anything we humans eat unfortunately. Although tuna shouldn't be used anymore than a rare treat in cats that do like it. It causes serious neurological toxicity if given often. A neighbour of mine nearly killed his cat with it. Not even the vet knew why he couldn't walk and was shaking so much. As soon as i saw him I asked if he was feeding him tuna, only to find out he was on a tin of tuna everyday. He stopped giving it to him and he's a happy chap again :)
Cheap chicken? Tuna
My dogs love this food and a great price
My retriever approves of the grain free versions. Tins too. Very well priced grain free food.
Flavours come in chicken and Turkey beef and Lamb I can't get page 2 to load so could be other flavours on phone at minute.
Composition: Chicken Meal (24.5%), Naked Oats (14%), Brown Rice (14%), Barley (9%), Poultry Fat, Peas (5%), Chicken Gravy, Turkey (4%), Apple (4%), Sweet Potato (4%), Hydrolysed Poultry (2.5%), Beet Pulp, Whole Linseed, Brewer?s Yeast, Fish Oil, Rosemary (0.4%), Mint (0.4%), Minerals, Chicory. Technological Additives: Vitamin A - 25,000 iu/kg, Vitamin D3 - 2,500 iu/kg, Vitamin E - 120 mg/kg, Biotin - 200 mcg/kg, Copper - 32 mg/kg, Iodine - 2.4 mg/kg, Selenium - 0.33 mg/kg, Iron - 133 mg/kg, Manganese - 16 mg/kg, Zinc - 333 mg/kg. Tocopherol Rich Extracts of Natural Origins 100 mg/kg. Analytical Constituents: Protein 26%, Crude Fibres 3%, Crude Oils and Fats 14%, Crude Ash 7.7%, Moisture 10%. Feeding Guide: Dog Size Daily Feed (approximate per day): Toy up to 5kg: up to 75g, Small 5-12kg: 75- 145g, Medium 12-25kg: 145-305g, Large 25-45kg: 305-545g, Giant 45-50kg: 545-585g.
What flavours do they do?
Not bad at all. (highfive) heat added
Can i received instantly the vouchers with the app ? i sign in last night but i didn't received any e-mail for register
You need to be a vip member to scan your card, to get the puppy booklet
Ive got the voucher its in the puppy booklet you get from the tills. I didnt register with no vet either.
Just used this for the free puppy food and 10% off, thanks OP :)
Brilliant.. thanks for posting..my lot love this .. so always get some when it's on offer. (highfive)
I don;t need luck, it;s not me paying over the odds
good luck with that
That was an example only... £11 at Waitrose currently, therefore £9.90 cost, Most weeks one of the other supermarkets will be at £10, therefore you stock up when it is.
only problem with your theory is that the cheapest comparison is £12
Comparison shops are talked here dozens of times a day throughout different threads, those that do then reap the benefits, however I'd suggest the majority can't be arsed as they assume it's hard work even after people take the time to explain. If you don't have an Asda where you could shop at then it's irrelevant. If you do, just do a simple comparison shop ensuring that one of the other supermarkets is selling the product (and other products you choose to buy) cheaper or at the same price. ASDA £13 Tes or Sain or Morr £10... buy at A in a comparison shop, A give an extra 10 %, therefore £9
As a human can I get one... My 'bark' is worse than my 'bite'. (cheeky)
Slazenger no 2 my dog likes all others get destroyed, maybe it's to do with the internal pressure of the ball Or Kong balls he likes too
This is clearly a hoax and designed to make people actually walk into a shop and say "new balls please" for no reason. Heat given.
Yeah same a tennis ball lasts about 5 minutes. Not found any toys she can not destroy and she is a border terrier lol
Definitely going to be using this a couple of times!
Meat 4% ?! That's why, it's cheap
Used to buy it quite often when it was £3 in Wilko but in recent months it has been £3.50 on offer in there, Don't recall seeing the "As Good as it Looks" one for £2.50 thou ,only the standard Felix one at that price
Sometimes £2.50 in wilko
Been looking for a deal on this - thanks for posting. (y)
This. Pets at Home sell loads of crap like this. Including rabbit advent calendars with "joghurt" drops in that can make your rabbit very sick. Do your homework and don't coop your rabbits up in tiny things like this.
Good deal and it is well made,wonder how many people slating it have actually seen it in the flesh.....probably very few. Only downside it the cover is expensive £45
If rabbits are going to be kept as pets this is how it should be done, with a run they can access. Our rabbits were lucky enough to have the run of our whole garden as it was rabbit proof.
Terrible quality I’m afraid. Will last you a year AT BEST.
Passed on to my niece, who lives near a store :)
Get they've sold out in my local. Heat added.
Yep its nationwide they arent stocking purina pro plan adult anymore just the puppy and kitten. So stock up while you can! Heat.
Just checked this today. As I thought.....more fake news! Basic Felix is £8.99, AGAIL is £9.99.
That didn't last long!
Good deal. Manufactures cntinuing to try and pull the wool over our eyes. Multipacks going from 48 to 44 and now 40 for the same price and pouch sizes seem to be getting smaller from 100g to 85g like the downsizing toblerones.
Just popped into the local store...offer finished :(
Cheaper at Zooplus with free delivery over £29. Saves lugging it home. They also have a cheap discount scheme & there's Top Cashback too. New accounts get 10% off a second order. http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/cats/canned_cat_food_pouches/felix/as_good_as_it_looks/511082 Not sure where this sits with the incentivised rule but if you PM me an email address, I can send a referral code for a further 5% discount off your first order. For transparency, I receive a few reward points in return, no cash. Mods please edit if not allowed. Edit I was going to report for verification but it appears you can't report your own post.
Top deal, great for stocking up a bit. Thanks :)
I know what your saying it is a good deal from Amazon if you want to do it that way given they are £1 each instore. I buy my pooches dentastix through Amazon s&s. (y) But when I saw these in pets at home I bought plenty of these to tide me over and it's abit cheaper, they have different treats too not just the sticks in the 75p offer
They come and beef and chicken from amazon, and I only have to open the door, no struggling from shop
Good deal Leah (unicorn)
That's £1 more then this deal and I presume you don't get to pick an assortment. Still a good price but my deal is better lol (highfive)
Nice find - the Whiskas treats tend to make my cat sick, for some reason! But thanks for sharing, good price (y)