I haven’t seen any cheap in a while it seems to be more the dog stuff that prices are wrong, I haven’t really had anything for cats apart from the treats lately which has been pot luck being on at right time
Indeed as I'm always late, hopefully there will be appslaw or encore tin food soon
You are welcome. No problem. I hope I didn't come across as sarcastic.
You really didn't need to. I'd already read the ingredients. If the product description has been translated poorly then I wouldn't trust the product to have accurate packaging. My point was simply trusting what was being presented. Whether that is superficial to you or not, I really don't care. There's plenty of reputable products I can buy elsewhere. Thanks anyway.
I've done your research for you. Duck Breast 69% (max), Vegetable Protein, Vegetable Glycerin, Sorbitol, Starch, Calcium Carbonate 5% (max), Vegetable Oil, Natural Colour (E171), Salt
Local shop that generally stocks only quality natural products sells these and we've used them regularly, our lab who has a very funny tum loves them and don't upset him so I'm happy with them. Got them for 4.83 with the s&s offer too!
Precisely. So these are made where exactly? Along with the questionable award they feature so prominently makes me question the quality of these treats as a whole.
No problems with my puppy we feed a raw diet to stop that and haven’t found these to aggravate anything
Got seven delivered today (my niece has just informed me). I'm sure these will probably make doggy flatulent (embarrassed) (cheeky)
£3.58 for me :D
Low Fat Chicken & Rice https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08C7V9B86?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&th=1 is £4.09 with the Subscribe & Save with 25% off voucher (will be less if you have 4 more subscriptions)
I got £4.18 too with the 25% off voucher, they sound quite nice actually (though I know they're for dogs). Thanks.
There is no scientific reason why a dog would need to eat animal protein. It's simply a nonsense to say that by not eating this the dog would be malnourished or to suggest it would be animal cruelty. Dogs are not carnivores. It's particularly stupid given just how bad processed meat is, which is what most dog food is. We haven't really done a lot studies on dogs to know how bad processed meat is for them but it can't be good to have a diet so rich in it. Far better that the dog gets its protein (or at least most of its protein) from a plant based source. I say that and no I am not a vegan. On the subject of the Animal Welfare Act, given dogs are omnivores, you'd be laughed out of court if you tried to prosecute someone for feeding their dogs a plant based diet. Might have a bit more luck with cats mind.
Arrived today and mine loved it. I must have the worlds most unfussy dachshunds. Also still on offer. Cheers. (y) (y)
Still appears to be available when I just looked..