Skinners Field & Trial Duck And Rice (15kg) X2 £36.52 @petmeds.co.uk
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Skinners Field & Trial Duck And Rice (15kg) X2 £36.52 @petmeds.co.uk

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Found 1st Feb 2013
You have to order Two bags to qualify for the free delivery, and use code ROCKET10 for an extra 10%off making it £18.28 per 15kg bag delivered, plus a possible 4% Quidco. I ordered 4 bags for £73.12 and Quico has tracked at £2.92


Skinners Field & Trial Duck and Rice (15kg)

Field & Trial Duck & Rice is completely hypoallergenic as it has been specifically formulated to exclude ingredients that are known to cause sensitivities or allergies. It is free from wheat gluten, maize gluten, barley gluten, soya and dairy products.

Made from the wholesome goodness of duck, rice, and naked oats, Field & Trial Duck & Rice also contains all the essential vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates needed for health, vitality and sustained stamina. As a valuable source of energy and to maintain healthy coat condition, Field & Trial Duck & Rice is also coated in natural sunflower oil.

Field & Trial Duck & Rice also contains enhanced levels of Glucosamine and Chondroitin to help protect the joints of your dog.
You have to order Two bags to qualify for the free delivery, and use code ROCKET10 to get 10% off, making it £18.28 per bag delivered, plus a possible 4% quidco. I ordered 4 bags (60kg) for £73.12

Ingredients
Whole rice (40%), duck meat meal (20%), naked oats, peas, whole linseed, sunflower oil, beet pulp, vitamins and minerals.

Free from artificial additives, flavourings and preservatives.

12 Comments

Nice deal, thanks! Would you say it's as good as james wellbeloved as that's what our lab is on now?

Good deal,
I've been looking into our labs food for a while as the James wellbeloved food we have been feeding at nearly £40 a bag is way overpriced.
Have seen this food and others listed as "working dog" for much cheaper but not sure on what it's like, any opinions?

Original Poster

I wouldn't like to say it's better because I've never tried ours on JWB, but this is defiantly a descent food.
Ours have been on it for about 9 Months now, and we've seen our 11yr old get her old spark back, plus lose nearly 2kg

We started our Beagles on James well beloved and our kc assured breeder told us to change to this after 6 months and its fantastic !

A good place to look for reviews of dog food is

http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com/dog_food_reviews/showproduct.php/product/2016

I had my boxer on this when he was younger but it never really agreed with him but obviously each dog has a different stomach!

Original Poster

Just to make you aware, you can only use that code once only.

Been using this on my staffy mix for a while now. Although she has lost weight and become really lean with a glossy coat, etc etc, her stools have become soft and she now has **** gland problems because of this. I am now in the process of changing to another brand. Its a shame really because its a really good quality food and excellent value for money. Hot from me.

Please mention dog food in your title. Was really interested in this oriental looking delicacy until I spotted the word dog mentioned considerably further on down the post. I wouldn't want anyone else making the same mistake.

Original Poster

Locko

Please mention dog food in your title. Was really interested in this … Please mention dog food in your title. Was really interested in this oriental looking delicacy until I spotted the word dog mentioned considerably further on down the post. I wouldn't want anyone else making the same mistake.

don't knock it till you've tried it

ordnas

Been using this on my staffy mix for a while now. Although she has lost … Been using this on my staffy mix for a while now. Although she has lost weight and become really lean with a glossy coat, etc etc, her stools have become soft and she now has **** gland problems because of this. I am now in the process of changing to another brand. Its a shame really because its a really good quality food and excellent value for money. Hot from me.



Strange your staffie seems to be having problems as this dog food recommended for dogs with **** gland trouble. It's working really well with our Jack Russell, and she likes it too. Good deal, thanks for posting

I feed my schnauzers on skinners food never had a problem with their **** glands at all but I do feed them raw carrots a few times a week as a treat which is supposed to help dogs for that problem plus they get steamed carrots a few times a week mixed with the food too ......
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