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Out of the members who feed complete feed, what do you prefer to use?

 

I normally just mix meat (chicken/rabbit/beef/hare/deer/) in with my complete using Dr Johns :D , just bought some masters working dog, give it a try, they'd ran out of the cheap stuff... :lol:

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SNEYD'S WONDERDOG 27% protien all of the 8 dogs eat it £10 a bag bought local but know a gamedealer who does a good deal on the ton. :good:

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dont feed it regular but i keep some here for them use beta but changeing to australian formula bloke i no raves about the stuff so will see how it goes

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dont  feed it regular but i keep some here for them use beta but changeing to australian formula bloke i no raves about the stuff so will see how it goes

 

 

kirklands signature chicken and rice

18kg for £15

26 % protien and 16 % fat

main ingredient chicken.

i feed a lot of raw chicken too though.

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BETA Active 30% Protein 16% Fat

 

Since I've got the extra freezer it's mostly chicken these days but when I was feeding the complete I'd always chuck olive oil in with it to boost the fats.

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Aussie formula this end also. Have great results with one mutt, but no good for another. A Hills science sorts that out. Pup hills science for the pup. All get sardines now and then, with various other meats seperate not mixed. Coats are like silk.

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Aussie formula this end also. Have great results with one mutt, but no good for another. A Hills science sorts that out. Pup hills science for the pup. All get sardines now and then, with various other meats seperate not mixed. Coats are like silk.

 

 

What's the fat content of Aussie? Heard it's quite low.

 

Hills Science is a touch pricey isn't it?

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Aussie formula this end also. Have great results with one mutt, but no good for another. A Hills science sorts that out. Pup hills science for the pup. All get sardines now and then, with various other meats seperate not mixed. Coats are like silk.

 

 

What's the fat content of Aussie? Heard it's quite low.

 

Hills Science is a touch pricey isn't it?

 

Aussie fat content 15% and protein 28%. Hills Science is pricey, tried it once and got the results required, so stuck.

 

I also remember hearing that kibble companies spray the kibble with a fat to prolong shelf life. So usually a bit more fat than initially thought.

 

Your guess (PM) was right, from our other place of meeting, mate ;):lol::lol::lol:

Could'nt resist !!!! :icon_redface:

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Feed em 100% fresh it's best!!! But for the people who dont have the time, :whistle: or too many dogs, maybe complete is a option...nah dry food is kak full stop :D Feed em what they deserve proper fresh raw food :D Dogs wont do better that a natural fresh diet

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Whatever is cheapest at makro wholesalers :D normally have a £10 a bag deal on the pedigree/winalot/bakers brands type of stuff.

 

As far as fresh meat goes,well if the little fecker dont catch it,she aint gonna get it :haha:;) Seriously tho,she gets chicken,but thats just cos im too soft with her :angel:

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beans and tinned tomatoes from aldi :icon_redface: , dried meat which is 50% protien handfull at a time also rabbit and hare dr johns gold, brown rice, + secret suplements :whistle:

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