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winalot dog food 12 tins in jelly only £3.00 @ morrisons instore and online
winalot dog food 12 tins in jelly only £3.00 @ morrisons instore and online

winalot dog food 12 tins in jelly only £3.00 @ morrisons instore and online

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was in morrisons seaburn yesterday and found these packs of 12 winalot classics in jelly or gravy for just £3.00 plenty on shelf yesterday not sure if it national but it was NOT a reduced sticker just a normal shelf sticker.

edit to add online too

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thanks for posting hope theres some left when I go :-)

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deborahm

thanks for posting hope theres some left when I go :-)



your welcome .. if it is the seaburn branch your going to there right on the bottom shelf out of eye level

Cheers op just ordered £40 worth this is very cheap and just seen online is now in my area too happy days

geordiegill1

your welcome .. if it is the seaburn branch your going to there right on … your welcome .. if it is the seaburn branch your going to there right on the bottom shelf out of eye level


yes it will be Seaburn, thank you!!

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the porter

Cheers op just ordered £40 worth this is very cheap and just seen online … Cheers op just ordered £40 worth this is very cheap and just seen online is now in my area too happy days



your welcome ..it is very cheap I paid 3.15 for 6 tins last week

don't deliver to me but i'm sure i can track some down in store

It's cheap for a reason - Winalot

New Born

It's cheap for a reason - Winalot



id rather get cheap offcuts from the butcher then anything canned too!

12 winalot casseroles the same price instore too

win-a-lot - maybe get the England team on this stuff.

£5 for the same in Peterhead (why the difference) ????

Here is a quick question, how many visits to the vets are caused as a direct consequence of feeding commercial dog food??
m.youtube.com/wat…OQk
there are ingredients in dog food that would not to be used in human food for very good reasons, the only requirement for some of the chemicals added to dog food is that it does not cause the animal to become ill on the first few months, the long term affects you and your dog have to deal with a few years later such as tumours etc. Some brands of dog food even add ingredients found in anti freeze as to a dog it tastes nice, antifreeze is highly poisonous but the pet food industry does not care as long as your pet eats it and you keep buying it.

If you can not love a dog like you would love a family member then you should not have one, to a dog your there family/pack and they should be yours..


Edited by: "POWYSWALES" 21st Jun 2014

i feed a barf diet but out of curiosity looked in my local store and just 6 cans were 3.48, let alone 12, yet they are showing at 12 for £3 online

Its online only. £5 in store. I know because I've just been.

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tonge77

Its online only. £5 in store. I know because I've just been.



I bought them instore for £3 on friday

POWYSWALES

Here is a quick question, how many visits to the vets are caused as a … Here is a quick question, how many visits to the vets are caused as a direct consequence of feeding commercial dog food?? there are ingredients in dog food that they would not to be used in human food for very good reasons, the only requirement for some of the chemicals added to dog food is that it does not cause the animal to become ill on the first few months, the long term affects you and your dog have to deal with a few years later such as tumours etc. Some brands of dog food even add ingredients found in anti freeze as to a dog it tastes nice, antifreeze is highly poisonous but the pet food industry does not care as long as your pet eats it and you keep buying it.If you can not love a dog like you would love a family member then you should not have one, to a dog your there family/pack and they should be yours..



If you're going to troll so blatantly, at least sort out your grammar.
As is you just sound like a tin-foil hatted numpty.

TehJumpingJawa

If you're going to troll so blatantly, at least sort out your grammar.As … If you're going to troll so blatantly, at least sort out your grammar.As is you just sound like a tin-foil hatted numpty.



I take it your dogs diet consists of commercial dog food. m.youtube.com/wat…OQk

Edited by: "POWYSWALES" 21st Jun 2014

TehJumpingJawa

If you're going to troll so blatantly, at least sort out your grammar.As … If you're going to troll so blatantly, at least sort out your grammar.As is you just sound like a tin-foil hatted numpty.



Who cares about spelling? You knew what he/she was on about and like all the other spelling police; you are just picking up on that because you don't like the point they're making.

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The last dog I had was fed commercial dog food her whole life and died of natural causes aged 17 ...so yeah I will continue to feed my five year old dog ...uum dog food ?

POWYSWALES

I take it your dogs diet consists of commercial dog food. … I take it your dogs diet consists of commercial dog food. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNojbdmLOQk



Lol proof. Basically "Do not feed your dog anything but a raw diet because cancer and disease otherwise". Dogs are excellent scavengers and I feed the best I can afford. My dog was on generic cheap stuff and died of old age at 18, its luck of the draw unfortunately. The hard thing with raw is making sure you have the complete nutritional requirements.

The documentary didn't really reveal the truth imo with some owners of foods trying to put down products whilst supporting their own. A lot of people that try to arouse suspicion of the pet food insustry usually have some vested interest whether that's their own range of products or a book etc.

The best thing about commercial food is the diets based for specific medical conditions a.k.a prescription diets. These have been proven to help manage health problems and I would always recommend moving on to one of these if unfortunately needed.

yrreb88

Lol proof. Basically "Do not feed your dog anything but a raw diet … Lol proof. Basically "Do not feed your dog anything but a raw diet because cancer and disease otherwise". Dogs are excellent scavengers and I feed the best I can afford. My dog was on generic cheap stuff and died of old age at 18, its luck of the draw unfortunately. The hard thing with raw is making sure you have the complete nutritional requirements. The documentary didn't really reveal the truth imo with some owners of foods trying to put down products whilst supporting their own. A lot of people that try to arouse suspicion of the pet food insustry usually have some vested interest whether that's their own range of products or a book etc.The best thing about commercial food is the diets based for specific medical conditions a.k.a prescription diets. These have been proven to help manage health problems and I would always recommend moving on to one of these if unfortunately needed.



But maybe the dog would not have needed the prescription diet if it was already eating a healthier diet, as for a raw diet it is not what I was suggesting, for example my dogs eat and not limited to, hard boiled eggs, sardines, mackerel, porridge oats, and chicken. I would not feed my dogs something I would not eat myself. If anyone says or has the attitude that they are just dogs, then maybe dog ownership should be reconsidered.

POWYSWALES

But maybe the dog would not have needed the prescription diet if it was … But maybe the dog would not have needed the prescription diet if it was already eating a healthier diet, as for a raw diet it is not what I was suggesting, for example my dogs eat and not limited to, hard boiled eggs, sardines, mackerel, porridge oats, and chicken. I would not feed my dogs something I would not eat myself. If anyone says or has the attitude that they are just dogs, then maybe dog ownership should be reconsidered.



I would direct your criticism of dog owners at those who abuse/neglect/don't walk/leave on their own all day, rather than those who feed their animals a perfectly reasonable diet of Winalot or Pedigree.

POWYSWALES

But maybe the dog would not have needed the prescription diet if it was … But maybe the dog would not have needed the prescription diet if it was already eating a healthier diet, as for a raw diet it is not what I was suggesting, for example my dogs eat and not limited to, hard boiled eggs, sardines, mackerel, porridge oats, and chicken. I would not feed my dogs something I would not eat myself. If anyone says or has the attitude that they are just dogs, then maybe dog ownership should be reconsidered.



Still no proof provided though to suggest otherwise. What you are saying imo is basically scaremongering because sometimes, regardless of what you do, there is nothing to prevent an illness. Sorry I knew what you meant it's just I use the term raw loosely for those types of feeding. If your dog (heaven forbid) becomes ill would you still blame your natural diet? How can you be sure you the dog is getting everything it needs? And does this mean you eat a flawless natural (perhaps organic) diet too?

POWYSWALES

Here is a quick question, how many visits to the vets are caused as a … Here is a quick question, how many visits to the vets are caused as a direct consequence of feeding commercial dog food?? http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNojbdmLOQk there are ingredients in dog food that would not to be used in human food for very good reasons, the only requirement for some of the chemicals added to dog food is that it does not cause the animal to become ill on the first few months, the long term affects you and your dog have to deal with a few years later such as tumours etc. Some brands of dog food even add ingredients found in anti freeze as to a dog it tastes nice, antifreeze is highly poisonous but the pet food industry does not care as long as your pet eats it and you keep buying it.If you can not love a dog like you would love a family member then you should not have one, to a dog your there family/pack and they should be yours..



All dog food in the uk must be fit for human consumption by law
defra.gov.uk/ahv…es/

Full price in Leigh..£6.odd

allaboutdogfood.co.uk

For those that can't be bothered to see for themselves, Winalot products get between 1-2 star ratings.

inb4 "I only feed my dog the finest baluga caviar"...oh no, wait......

I feed my dog all sorts of cheap ass dogfood...... 15 kilo bags of all in one dry food for £8 in my local cheapie shop..... 3 cans of wet dog food for £1 in Poundland...... and all sorts of junk leftovers, chilli, curry, cheese, bread, pizza, bones, anything in fact.
He farts a lot, but seems to thrive on it and is fit as ****. Never ill and never been to the vet.

I'll be buying this Winalot if its in my local.

yrreb88

Still no proof provided though to suggest otherwise. What you are saying … Still no proof provided though to suggest otherwise. What you are saying imo is basically scaremongering because sometimes, regardless of what you do, there is nothing to prevent an illness. Sorry I knew what you meant it's just I use the term raw loosely for those types of feeding. If your dog (heaven forbid) becomes ill would you still blame your natural diet? How can you be sure you the dog is getting everything it needs? And does this mean you eat a flawless natural (perhaps organic) diet too?



Not sure I would say (flawless natural) but I do think I eat quite healthy, porridge or shredded wheat for breakfast, chicken or tuna salad for lunch and evening meal, followed by a can of sardines or mackerel later in the evening. I don't consume alcohol or smoke and I very rarely eat from fast food restaurants.

All Im saying is you do not find all these dogs in the wild (wolves foxes etc) falling ill with tumours or cancers, just like in humans a lot of health conditions are thought to be caused by a poor diet including processed foods etc, A lot of dog food brands will try to claim they have specially selected ingredients, when the truth is most of these added ingredients are of the poorest quality which adds little or no nutritional value to dog food.


Edited by: "POWYSWALES" 21st Jun 2014

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By Appointment to HM Queen Elizabeth II Nestlé Purina Petcare (UK) Ltd Suppliers of Dog Foods..


good enough for the corgis lol

twinkle

Full price in Leigh..£6.odd




That's just because sir elton is in town

POWYSWALES

Not sure I would say (flawless natural) but I do think I eat quite … Not sure I would say (flawless natural) but I do think I eat quite healthy, porridge or shredded wheat for breakfast, chicken or tuna salad for lunch and evening meal, followed by a can of sardines or mackerel later in the evening. I don't consume alcohol or smoke and I very rarely eat from fast food restaurants.All Im saying is you do not find all these dogs in the wild (wolves foxes etc) falling ill with tumours or cancers, just like in humans a lot of health conditions are thought to be caused by a poor diet including processed foods etc, A lot of dog food brands will try to claim they have specially selected ingredients, when the truth is most of these added ingredients are of the poorest quality which adds little or no nutritional value to dog food.



Wish I was that strict lol. Think of the mercury!

Well there are no post mortem studies of wolves and foxes so that's just an anecdotal statement. I would say the rise in disease is also helped by ever improving diagnostic techniques. Autism for example has surged because we have better knowledge to diagnose it.

They might have specially selected ingredients that serve a specific function and the quality might not be as high but it still is technically good enough for human consumption. I think you mean filler basically and yes the cheaper stuff does have more of it but it is still digestible by the adaptable dog digestive system. It tends to be cereals and people say its very bad cheap filler but rice is good food if used and the dog is very suited to digesting carbs.

Ultimately its all opinion and there is no right or wrong answer otherwise everyone would be feeding the exact same food. Whatever works for you really I just don't like the sort of pretentiousness that comes from the different opinions.
Edited by: "yrreb88" 22nd Jun 2014

£5 in Warringon.

Seems this deal has finished. Still showing as £3 on the Morrisons app, but marked up as £5 in store. I queried this with my local store this morning and they advised the price changed on Saturday but honoured it for me after I showed them the price on the app.

Was £5 In My 2 local stores so just had my on line delivery of 13 cases I have 2 large very healthy and very fit dogs who are fed on this or ped chum daily

This should be expired.... was online only and that's changed to 5 now like in store. My online order never got honoured as they had 'problems with the supplier' so tried to substitute with pedigree for double the price!

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