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Best Quality Dog Food

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Pets & Pet Care
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  • krlyrkrlyr Forumite
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    Check out https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk

    They have ratings by quality/ingredients but they also show the cost per day of each food. This is a better comparison than cost per bag - generally cheaper foods have more fillers so you need to feed more of them to provide an adequate amount of nutrition. So a food that is half the cost by the bag, but you feed three times as much of, will actually cost you more to feed overall.
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    We had a GSD with a terribly bad tummy. He did well on James Wellbeloved.
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    Switched our 9 month old puppy to this a month ago and he loves it.

    It scores 4.5 out of 5 on the All About Dog Food site, plus great reviews on the Zooplus site.

    http://www.zooplus.co.uk/shop/dogs/dry_dog_food/markus_muehle/14524?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI0dP5g6LX2AIV7ZPtCh0yRwNyEAQYASABEgJJ2PD_BwE
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    Have you considered tinned Chappie?
    My Hound gets bouts of colitis & has a sensitive stomach, so we give him that and he loves it. It's nice & bland and (apologies for this) firms him up after a bout of tummy trouble.
    Even the vet we use said that it was just as good as the special 'sensitive stomach' tinned stuff that they flog in their reception. ASDA do packs of 24 cans for £12.
    He also likes those frozen packs of minced chicken that Nature's Menu do - but I have to boil it up first, he will not touch it if it's defrosted/raw. He's a bit fussy that way.
    Hope this helps.
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  • edited 27 January 2018 at 2:15PM
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    European puppies are generally sensitive and i would advice you to avoid wet food and go for quality dry food for your puppy. I have tried 2 to 3 brands for my puppy and not i settled with Blue life Protection Formula dog food includes Chicken and Brown Rice though i did lot of research before settling down with that best food for my puppy. I believe this one is more better for a sensitive puppy but still if can also do your research.
  • Consider my raw food supplier

    They are affordable and ship uk wide
    They Offer Products from 50p instore

    dogs choice uk

    dogschoiceuk.co.uk
    They currently have a offer online order 44x1lb and only pay for 35lb

    Use Code - CT08

    You also collect points towards money off vouchers with every £ you spend
  • jeradonjeradon Forumite
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    The best dog food are those gently cooked homemade diet.
  • ka7eka7e Forumite
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    Definitely stop mixing wet and dry food - they are digested at different rates and won't help a gippy tum! You can spend ages and £££s trying different foods, but you need to pick one and stick to it for a few weeks while her digestion settles. Original Chappie is highly rated for fussy eaters. Arden Grange and James Wellbeloved are popular too. Grains are often blamed for upset tums and windiness, but some dogs are sensitive to chicken or pork or rice etc.



    But a huge factor is the fact that she has spent her puppyhood in Spain. She may have a bacterial gut infection that a vet could identify, or Leishmaniosis (though many rescues check for this).


    I second a raw diet - using a pre-frozen complete food to eliminate parasites - with plain uncoloured biscuit for treats.
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  • sherambersheramber Forumite
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    bobo288 wrote: »
    Consider my raw food supplier

    They are affordable and ship uk wide
    They Offer Products from 50p instore

    dogs choice uk

    dogschoiceuk.co.uk
    They currently have a offer online order 44x1lb and only pay for 35lb

    Use Code - CT08

    You also collect points towards money off vouchers with every £ you spend

    This is an old thread and the OP hasn't logged on since 4 January
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