Up to Half Price on Cat & Dog Food @ Wilkinsons inc Felix, Butchers,
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Up to Half Price on Cat & Dog Food @ Wilkinsons inc Felix, Butchers,

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Found 5th Jul 2013
I wont list them all but there are some good reductions here which should come up on the link, some examples:

Brekkies Complete Adult with Chicken, Duck & Turkey 1.5kg
was Was £2.35 now £1.17

Butchers Natural Nutrition Adult Complete Dry Dog Food Beef 1.5kg Was £2.98 now £1.49

Felix pouches was £4.88 now £2.44

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Nice one says my cattie

anyone know when offer ends? thanks.

am I missing something its full price for bakers online ...cold

Felix pouches seem a good price - Thanks OP :-)

Got all exited then, then noticed bakers worked out £12.58 for 5.4kg I get 6kg for £10 at tesco,well £8 because i always use the new customer discount on a £60 shop to get 20% off -.-

May be cheap for other products tho i guess haven't really looked. Heat added;)

Is this just a certain store?? As not online.

Always been told to steer clear of bakers for dogs... 5 minutes of googling will tell you whats in it.
Although good price for felix.

You can get decent dog or cat food for this price. No-one should even be considering feeding this stuff to their pets.

Ice cold!

cannot agree more davester bakers/pedigree people think its the best, however if you pick a bag up, 30-40% meat, yer this meat is derivatives(chicken beaks, feet and so on there is a reason bakers/pedigree is like 20£ for a 15k bag and royal cannin,wainrights is 50£ because it's real meat.
ill stick to my dog eating decent food sorry voted cold for quality of food.

narth

Always been told to steer clear of bakers for dogs... 5 minutes of … Always been told to steer clear of bakers for dogs... 5 minutes of googling will tell you whats in it.


AStonedRaichu

Got all exited then, then noticed bakers worked out £12.58 for 5.4kg I … Got all exited then, then noticed bakers worked out £12.58 for 5.4kg I get 6kg for £10 at tesco,well £8 because i always use the new customer discount on a £60 shop to get 20% off.


Yes steer clear of Bakers Dog food, its full of additives, sugar and some crap that might be meat (well 4% anyway according to the label). Wagg is dirt cheap for a reason too, but stuff like Bakers & Pedigree Chum are pretty rubbish and not that cheap.

As a comparison, you can pay £25-30 for a 15kg bag of Bakers. For £25 or less, you can buy a bag of Skinners Field & Trial Duck & Rice from Amazon. Compared to Bakers, Wagg, Pedigree Chum etc, it's got 20% meat (which isn't that high, but at least it's actual named meat product, not the dodgy 'animal derivatives' you see on the others).

You can spend more and get better quality, but don't be fooled into thinking that just because the food costs a certain amount that it means it's you are getting great quality. Royal Canin & Wainwrights are ok, but not really much better than Skinners for example.

You don't need to pay daft money to feed your dog something thats at least reasonable quality.

Edited by: "mac_d" 8th Jul 2013

narth

Always been told to steer clear of bakers for dogs... 5 minutes of … Always been told to steer clear of bakers for dogs... 5 minutes of googling will tell you whats in it.Although good price for felix.



Should also stay clear of Felix. Any vet will tell you to feed your cat on dry food.

dean_brfc

Should also stay clear of Felix. Any vet will tell you to feed your cat … Should also stay clear of Felix. Any vet will tell you to feed your cat on dry food.



Actually, any half decent vet will advise a good 'balanced' combined diet of wet & dry food. Feed a good quality dry mix with pouches as a treat, or if you're feeling flush feed them pure meat off-cuttings.

dean_brfc

Should also stay clear of Felix. Any vet will tell you to feed your cat … Should also stay clear of Felix. Any vet will tell you to feed your cat on dry food.



That is complete and utter nonsense mate.....
Edited by: "DJNG22" 8th Jul 2013

dean_brfc

Should also stay clear of Felix. Any vet will tell you to feed your cat … Should also stay clear of Felix. Any vet will tell you to feed your cat on dry food.


My cat is 18y.o., Felix is the only food he doesn't turn his nose up at and he still runs about as if he's a kitten...just saying it can't be that bad for cats

Look at the ingredients and work it out for yourself, if you can't be bothered to do that, fine, feed your pet whatever. It might thrive despite it, but the "my pet ate Whiskas/Felix/Pedigree Chum/Wagg or whatever and lived till a ripe old age, so there can't be anything wrong with it" is just the same as "my Grandad smoked for most of his life and lived until he was 80, so there can't be anything wrong with cigarettes".

Compare the ingredients of Felix to something better like Natures Menu:

Felix ingredients: Meat and Animal Derivatives (of which Chicken 4%) Fish and Fish Derivatives, Minerals, Various Sugars.
Natures menu: Chicken (min 43%), Turkey (min 28%), Minerals.

Its pretty obvious one is a lot better than the other (I've no doubt Natures Menu will be more expensive, not sure how much though). Still, plenty of people are happy to feed their pets on foods like Felix, and thats up to them. Especially if it comes down to what you can afford. I personally just don't like to see people paying the same kind of money for rubbish food if there are better alternatives.

My cat is 18y.o., Felix is the only food he doesn't turn his nose up at and he still runs about as if he's a kitten...just saying it can't be that bad for cats

mac_d

Look at the ingredients and work it out for yourself, if you can't be … Look at the ingredients and work it out for yourself, if you can't be bothered to do that, fine, feed your pet whatever. It might thrive despite it, but the "my pet ate Whiskas/Felix/Pedigree Chum/Wagg or whatever and lived till a ripe old age, so there can't be anything wrong with it" is just the same as "my Grandad smoked for most of his life and lived until he was 80, so there can't be anything wrong with cigarettes".Compare the ingredients of Felix to something better like Natures Menu:Felix ingredients: Meat and Animal Derivatives (of which Chicken 4%) Fish and Fish Derivatives, Minerals, Various Sugars.Natures menu: Chicken (min 43%), Turkey (min 28%), Minerals.Its pretty obvious one is a lot better than the other (I've no doubt Natures Menu will be more expensive, not sure how much though). Still, plenty of people are happy to feed their pets on foods like Felix, and thats up to them. Especially if it comes down to what you can afford. I personally just don't like to see people paying the same kind of money for rubbish food if there are better alternatives.


My grandad is 98y.o., Club King Size are the only fags he doesn't turn his nose up at and he still runs about as if he's a nipper...just saying it can't be that bad for grandads.


Edited by: "bawbagg" 9th Jul 2013
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