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Has anyone tried Langhams dry dog food from Aldi. I went into get some tins of Mackeral for dogs & noticed a bloke with some bags of it he said best food he's come across for price £2.99 per 2kg its turkey &!rice hypoallergenic so i bought a bag to try & my 3 are fussy fuckers & all 3 seem to really like it. Ingredients seem good & comparable to much more expensive foods. Mine are fed mainly meat but like to have some kibble for when i have to get others to feed them if im away etc. Atb

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Has anyone tried Langhams dry dog food from Aldi. I went into get some tins of Mackeral for dogs & noticed a bloke with some bags of it he said best food he's come across for price £2.99 per 2kg its turkey &!rice hypoallergenic so i bought a bag to try & my 3 are fussy fuckers & all 3 seem to really like it. Ingredients seem good & comparable to much more expensive foods. Mine are fed mainly meat but like to have some kibble for when i have to get others to feed them if im away etc. Atb

 

well if they like it,and it not bad stuff and price was not to bad , leave him on it . I feed (Burgess active dog 24% protein ) its £ 17 quid 10p/ 15 kg bag, i feed it with 1 lb bag raw mince chicken , with the meal , they been on it for 6 year s , and they look well on it i think . it a well balanced meal , so with the raw mince chicken as well , it works out great, just increase on both in the winter , for cold and work, if you can get it up by you try some, but as said if there happy leave them . :thumbs:

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That would explain why four days into feeding them it the shit started to multiply & was all fibre-ess gave it to dog rescue. Shame coz they liked it. Atb

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For that money you could get complete tripe from CSJ, they have cheaper foods as well.

 

I have tried a few of their feeds and the complete trip (dry food) seems to be the best when I weigh up value & quality. Their delivery costs are a bit weird, I think you are best buying 2x15kg bags at a time, the cost for delivery was about 6 quid but if I was going to order a 3rd bag it jumped up to 14 quid!

 

https://www.csjk9.com/productcart/pc/viewPrd.asp?idproduct=123&idcategory=4

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Cheers nik i used to use csj cp24 the salmon one then all four dogs just stopped eating it so tried the lamb & rice but they didnt eat that either. Tried all the Wainwrights no joy & the countrywide new own brand stuff. So i called into local boarding kennels & asked what they feed to theyre fussy dogs & i bought a bag of it. Cant remember name of food i'll look tomoz. All four dogs seem to like it & shits etc ok. only £17 per 15 kg. Atb

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Was speakin to someone who uses a food from csj called sooper dooper champ said his dogs do well on it n good for anyone on a budget..

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Used to give mine CSJ CP 21 salmon. They ate first few bags no worries then over nite all 4 dogs stopped eating it ?? Tried them several times on it again but they all refused to eat it even to the point of licking the meat of fthe kibble !! Gonna give the complete tripe ago see if they'll eat it. Atb

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CSJ No Grainer is a decent feed if the dogs are getting a lot of exercise, got one of mine on the CP 24 Lamb, she'll eat that before going near the other dogs complete tripe lol

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Got my lot on csj fit n fast salmon & they all eating it ( at the moment) they only have a mug each witn meat & carcases etc so not loads but shit stays firm & all look in good nick. I tried the complete tripe & they wouldnt eat it?? Atb

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