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1lb raw beef..1/2 lb lamb rib..1/4lb pasta...a few ounce of veg and if needed a handful of kibble just to make the weight up. Bouncing on that diet. The odd tin of sardines and an egg or 2 here and there and every need met i reckon.

Ok that's your dinner sorted what about the dogs ??? .............

 

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Although i will add that i lost my meat supplier for a while so went onto kibble as a main...and to be fair..dogs didn't seem to lose condition.....just tended to shit about 4 times as much :D

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Although i will add that i lost my meat supplier for a while so went onto kibble as a main...and to be fair..dogs didn't seem to lose condition.....just tended to shit about 4 times as much :D

that the only difference on dry food they shit more, mine are fed 1+ 1/2 raw mince chicken ,rabbit, venison, and Oz formula dry meal what's very good dry, dogs are fit healthy with plenty of energy .

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Heard about grayshill from old boy that keeps greyhounds just need to get my finger out and get through for some , does anyone know if there open on a Saturday ?

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Heard about grayshill from old boy that keeps greyhounds just need to get my finger out and get through for some , does anyone know if there open on a Saturday ?

Aye they open a Saturday and Sunday mate. :thumbs:

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Heard about grayshill from old boy that keeps greyhounds just need to get my finger out and get through for some , does anyone know if there open on a Saturday ?

Aye they open a Saturday and Sunday mate. :thumbs:

Cheers for that pal , do you have to phone with order or just turn up and they've got it ready ?

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