All Dog Food Discounts, Offers and Sale - September 2018
Interesting. I get the b&m rufus stuff at 12 for £4. Worth a look at Morris now although, I have never seen It in my local.
if yer really hungry you will eat to survive... https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/hungry-schoolgirl-ate-cat-food-13206077
I think ur barking up the wrong tree lol
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If you go for this offer, make sure that you say you've got a 20 stone Great Dane. You'll get more free food that way.
Terrible quality food, full of carbs and can guarantee you will get chicken as the main meat... its cheap and very poor quality.
Oh really? Apologies I will expire
The code can only be used for the customer it was sent to
Just pointing out a fact.
Nice of you to imply that I am benefitting from this. Not the case. I only posted the code because I was asked for it in a comment above. I don't have an account with them, I don't even have a dog! But I am a dog lover.
Just to make a point. The codes given will also give the code supplier of the code £10 credit to their account so every time S7wqqq get used a tenner goes to a account. Another code STEQBCCPN
haha i did what you said and put in i have a giant breed gave me 3 times the free amount i would have got other wise
Okay thanks will give it a try when i receive it
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?
Same as you would charge anyone else I would imagine? What are you getting at??
Purchased today and completed the process to receive my refund.. Thanks OP!
What should we charge single mothers ?
Yes I absolutely would deprive him if it was at a detriment to the dogs emotional and physical well being. Pets are expensive, they live a long time, can develop expensive health issues and require certain things to live happily and healthily. A “fee” to secure the pet and help towards care of others as well as admin is not much to ask.
Don't be daft... I saw a homeless person the other day with a dog, doubt he paid the kennel fees... would you deprive him ?
Brilliant.. thanks for posting..my lot love this .. so always get some when it's on offer. (highfive)
ordered for my greedy lab. thank you.
thanks for the heads up
Thanks, always good to have some samples for the dogs.
Ordered some a few months ago and got them no probs. Tried again. Thanks OP
Apologies, somehow quoted the wrong person's comment, you quoted the comment that referenced Unilever and when replying via mobile (for some reason the formatting is all squiffy) I've grabbed your comment but not the one it was in response to (which didn't seem to show up as a separate quote).
Had many a vet say to me that you never give your dog Dentastix unless it's a rare treat, they are so bad for them and fattening (despite the annoying advertising making it that it should some kind of 'daily health' product). I wouldn't eat a Mars Bar every day, why on earth would you expect your dog too!
I agree too ...I absolutely wouldn't feed my cats on the foods listed. However, they do get Dreamies as a treat & as a reward when playing with them. Dry foods crack off the dental plaques that can build up and cause decay and gum disease. Often the hidden sugars and ingredients in some less pro health foods, especially wet foods, are to blame for dental issues in cats and dogs. If you do convert to dry food feeding it is VITAL to ensure access to plenty of water. The first ingredient in most wet foods is actually water! I second the person who says people look at how expensive a sack of dry food so buy Whiskas etc not realising that it actually works out more expensive per day to feed their pet. I use the bottomless bowl program that petshop.co.uk operate but appreciate that it may be cheaper to source it elsewhere sometimes. At the end of the day it's about what you are happy to feed and prepared to give your pet. For me that is quality dry food. Hope that helps someone :3
I haven't a clue what you're talking about. I never even mentioned Unilever?
Thanks for the info. I don't own any dogs atm but I'm planning to get one soon
Great price, for some reason mine went through at £13.99, even better deal .
What a coincidence, i used to make something similar for my children, only these days iv'e gotta leave out the turkey mince due to Bigglesworth wanting weekly monocle cleanings instead of monthly. I tell ya it's a dogs life, it really is.
I can't quite afford that, so I make do with a pack of turkey mince (£1.60 odd at Lidl), a small cup of rice, 3 or 4 cups of water, bring to boil then let it simmer for 20 minutes, then add a cup of frozen broccoli/peas, simmer for another 10 minutes or until the liquid is absorbed (it forms a bit of a jelly if done properly) . This then gets divided into portions with biscuits/kibble and dog is very happy & healthy. She also does the washing up which is a bonus.
My dog lives on a strict diet of foie gras and caviar, and he only buys his monocles at harrods. Personally i think he's just bit stuck up considering he was born and raised on a council estate in Leeds, either way Sir Bigglesworth sticks his snout up at this deal.
would never feed this to my doggo
Just tried posting Wilko deal but see it's already posted..Haverfordwest have many brands being discontinued..ped chum .. Ceser 15p.Butchers tripe 6 pkts for £1.05..lots of others plus Cat food..Felix sachets as good as it looks 15p.. gourmet 15p tins....
Really good deal.... normally £10 in Asda for 1! Gutted I’ve not got amazon prime
I knew my partner didn't love me all she feeds me is veg and salad ;(
4% meat https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog-food-reviews/0820/orlando-complete Don't even bother if you love your dog
If you think that's expensive I've just paid £40 for 6kg of orijen puppy food!
bitiba is probably the best place for this. buy 2 and get free delivery. It is £59.99 for two bags. i went down the raw food diet for my dogs a while back, untill they got very sick. never went back to that butchers again.
This is the price is usually is....not really an offer tbh. We buy the two pack and get them for £31.50 each (£63 for the double pack). Cheaper if you pay for the annual discount.
Yes it's frozen and I get mine from a local raw food shop bit you can order direct from source such as Durham Animal Feeds (DAF) and if you are interested I would seek out your local raw food shop and take your dog in to be weighed so they can talk you through things. There are Facebook groups for support and advice too. I never seen dogs so fit, muscular, shiny and with excellent teeth as when raw fed.
So is the stuff you get frozen? Where do you get it from?
Do your dog a favour and buy them something better than this. This and in fact all of the big names like Bakers and Pedigree are absolute dire. In order to claim that dog food contains meat it needs to contain 4% meat, the rest is just filler. Mostly grain and ground up rubbish would normally be wasted such as skin, ears, fat and gristle. For the same price or less you can buy food that contains at least 20% actual meat from less well known brands that spend money on the ingredients in the food instead of £millions in advertising. There is a website https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk that gives nutritional value of various dog foods.
You'd think they'd put the gravy inside the pouches
I think these are £7 in b&m
Nice find @amylou2328! Thanks for taking the time to share - heat added :)
Oh yeah, i forgot they sell them, last time I bought some from there they were 90p each I think.
What about Trago?
Not anymore they're moving to Okehampton and won't be selling direct to the public!
Not a bad price, although if you live locally to where it's produced then the you can get them for 70p each. ;)
My basset lives on this, thanks op (highfive)
Iv searched but couldnt find but i assume the largest would be the size of these abd rest abt 2-4 cm less http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7024429
Anyone knows the size of this product? Couldn't find in description
Oh wow I didn't know they did a pack of just the chicken and the beef ones as my dog isn't so keen on the lamb flavour one :) I buy the box of 12 (4 of each flavour) for around £3.60 but sometimes get 2 boxes for £5 offer. Can't believe I missed this offer! It's now £8 for 32 which works out between the two prices I usually pay value wise :)
Managed to order a box and it has just been delivered (highfive) , thanks ballogie
Good deal for those that got it and providing Amazon deliver!
Brilliant shame though my dog has eukanuba but fantastic deal 👌🏻
Well that's good to a degree at least. Our cat has it & it's helped for him & the blood & other tests prove that. Good luck with your doggie!
The Vet had said out of a scale of 10, 10 being the worse he's a 3. Using blood pressure pills at the moment so thanks for the info I'll get some and see if it reduces it further.
Do you use Ipakitine for your dog for it's kidney problems?
I have a dog with Kidney problems and he can't have dog food containing phosphorus, I can't see on this label any mention of phosporous levels. I'm guessing they will be high otherwise it would be a good selling point. Dentastix are high in phosporous and Pedigree foods keep quiet about it, shame firms have to surpress important info when they proport to be offering 'healthy' dog food and treats.
Pretty sure this is the same price everywhere. Certainly is at Morrison's