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    • By MSE Sarah 12th Sep 19, 11:32 AM
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    MoneySaving for dog owners discussion
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    • 12th Sep 19, 11:32 AM
    MoneySaving for dog owners discussion 12th Sep 19 at 11:32 AM


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    • Angijt
    • By Angijt 21st Oct 19, 8:50 AM
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    Hi best tip for dog chews for cleaning teeth after a meal is to give the dogs a carrot, its crunchy has virtually no calories and cleans the teeth, both my dogs love a carrot choose the size of carrot for the size of the dog. A lot cheaper than fancy chews and its actually good for them. Hope this is of help to someone
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    • By MDH78 22nd Oct 19, 11:08 PM
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    Good call on the SSPCA, kerrhona and halfpint, but I donít think that blue cross have rehoming centres in Scotland.

    Iíd recommend everyone to consider the allaboutdogfood site, as it also breaks down food costs by per meal, rather than weight.

    A good quality food might cost more, but you use less, so it may be more per kg, but less per meal.
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