Fair enough. On the box it says medium whereas the paperwork says large. Don't think it matters to be honest
I didn’t even think to check! Tbh, I think the picture of the retriever on it makes it look bigger. Mine measures correctly vs the write up. 710mm x 510mm
Mine's come and it says medium on the box. Not sure I can be bothered to contact them though tbh
No one is forcing you to buy it. Make a better one yourself then.
I'm not sure if the one's I bought were advertised as self cooling, they looked exactly the same and I've no idea how they would achieve this. They appear to have some gel impregnated foam inside that remains cold for longer after being placed in a cold environment. We also looked into raised beds, which seem like a good idea, but our chap was pretty elderly and we felt he might become a bit unstable getting off it when sleepy.
Thank you thought you all meant on Amazon! I don't have a Sainsbury's locally but Aldi just opened so I'll try that thank youxx
Up to 4.60 now but a far better dog food https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/gol-ui/product/butchers-original-tripe---beef-6x400g Never even heard of this before but it gets quite a good score on allaboutdogfood score chart, thanks for posting.
Langhams is sold in Aldi stores it’s out of stock online
Stagbars and bull horns are well known for breaking teeth ending up with expensive dental surgery. Better off with something like beef skin or tendon (not rawhide) which is soft enough to not break teeth but is long lasting and not full of rubbish either.
I wouldn't. I'd recommend a Stagbar, bull horn or yak chew. All natural and all readily available from local pet shops. My 10 year old Staffie has had a Stagbar nearby all his life, he chews on it daily and is always praised by the vets on how good his teeth are. I also give him a raw bone from the butchers once a week.
Which dental stick would you recommend ?
Exactly, its garbage. Better off getting a bone from your local butcher for next to nothing. Will clean the teeth better as well as being packed full of useful nutrients.
We call these “toffees” and just whispering the word will wake our dog up from a deep sleep 😄 This is a great deal. Heat given, it’s a shame I can’t give more as we usually find packs of 15 for around £3 iirc. Aw, I’m sorry to hear about your dog. We lost one of ours last year, they’ll all be having fun running free now I’m sure :)
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I’m not sure. My sister swears by them, always gives them to her 10 year old Rottweiler. She said that she has seen improvements from it. She never tried Yumove as she is in the States. She also told me that he stopped limping completely after she started making the food for the dogs herself. She buys chicken drumsticks and makes broth, you have to make it for quite some time, so all the cartilage comes off the bones (you absolutely must make sure that you take out all the bones, as dogs cannot eat cooked bones) after simmering drumsticks for about 1-1,5 hours she takes them out and adds vegetables (dog friendly veggies), and then she takes the meat off the bones, shreds it and puts it back into broth. She also cooks a large pot of rice which acts as a filler. So then at the time of feeding she puts rice into dogs’ bowls, then puts that soup/ broth mix on top and mixes it. She prepares it for a week at the weekend. She said after the dogs moved to this food, the one who was always nibbling on food not finishing (kibble and wet food), latest adoption German Shepard, he actually finishing his food now. And the Rottweiler stopped limping, and generally looks like he has more energy and not in pain as much as she said before she changed to this homemade food and before the meds (consequin and dog’s ibuprofen), he sometimes wouldn’t even come to greet her and wouldn’t leave his bed for pets etc., he is now again an active healthy dog. But, if you’re able to buy it in Costco, you can try it (but see instruction, as it says that first weeks you give higher dose) and then if after 30 days you see no difference, bring it back to Costco and say that it did nothing for your dog. You can return it to Costco with no problems. Good luck.
I’m not sure on it, my sister’s Rottweiler is a 10 old dog and she told me that she noticed improvements after starting them.
Glucosamine and Chondroitin have been proven not to work in people for joint problems ( NHS stopped prescribing it) so I doubt it'll work for dogs either.
How does it compare to Flexadin or Yumove? My 5 year old Labrador has elbow OCD.
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Is this still active? Code didn't work for me :(
Gave the duck and Rosemary a go! She probably won’t like it she’s particular! Thanks OP
Received mine today. Very fast delivery but with some kind of tracking and the chap couldn't give it to me til his clock on his device had gone past another 50 seconds or some such... Very, very odd. Not to mention extreme for the size/ value of package!
it was because the coconut and shrimp pack went out of stock, and they changed over to a new flavour, but that impacted the code. however it's fixed now. glad your dog is loving them (y)
it was likely because they were hemorrhaging stock from the free gift offer XD glad I managed to get it when it worked initially! The dog is loving them (y)
I’m not sure if ‘chicken flavouring’ would have seen a chicken lol, but for many dogs, including mine, chicken can flare up their allergies and make them itch even more. So just be mindful of the ingredients
Bought 2 of these for 99p last time it was on offer and both dogs wouldn't touch it. Not even a tiny bit on the end of their chews to which they'd usually snap your hand off for. But good price and product if your dogs aren't little fussy princesses.
Great movie and still one of Pacino's best performances.
Brilliant film. A must watch.
Incredible film. Don't know if this '40th Anniversary Edition' is any different to the original, but I doubt it. (A quick look, but I didn't see any mention of it being re-cut) As the story develops, it twists and turns in some very unexpected ways (totally avoiding obvious film cliche) and the acting is incredible. I don't know why this film isn't better known... it really, really deserves to be.
Thanks for posting your first deal, @SkiingScot (y)
Congratulations that’s an interesting use of a straw man argument. As I said it’s up tp you to choose which you prefer. Btw my suggestion is nearly a tenth of the cost so not a few pence
Well aware of pharma industry. However as per the other part of the comment it's not a similar product you are suggesting, as per my OP I have looked at most of the alternatives on the market as options And at a few pence a tablet we are hardly talking global pharma conspiracy.
Vets like Doctors get sponsored to recommend products. Obviously it’s your choice to buy whatever you cho Choose
Thanks but will take the guidance of one of the uk's leading orthopedic veterinary surgeons as to what the best suplements are for his patient rather than a poster on a deal site. And as United's comment above not really a comparible product is it.