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Gold dr johns, OR super greyhound as mixer, cooked meat, with chopped tomatoes as well from aldi shaun! Also put pasta in for a couple of weeks ramping up to the seasons busy point as I find it hard to keep weight on Fen.

Use low protein Dog food in summer for big dogs, Pups just kept on same as normal.

I add a spoon of veg oil in each dogs grub as it helps coat , and if dogs nails are looking brittle, I give them a couple of slices of black pudding to help.

But always have a ripened nana handy as well for if they are looking slack in the field .

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Guest kipper

beta greyhound,£7.50 a 15k sack with all our lasses cooking on top ,

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Guest pan.handle

kirklands lamb & rice, been on this for a year now and have no complaints. They also get Rabbit cooked & raw along with other meat scraps and what ever we leave.

 

all the best

 

Pan

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Guest Dave

http://www.burns-pet-nutrition.co.uk/

 

Burns, the Lurcher gets Working mix but the Lub just gets the standard chicken and rice mix and they both do realy well on it. I have known other dogs with digestive and skin problems change within a week on this stuff because there is no additives or crap in it.

 

Dave

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James Wellbeloved Turkey & Rice, (burns looks pretty similar, including the price.... :blink: ).

 

Plus tripe or rabbit or whatever else mixed in.

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Guest chilli

been givin mine omega 3 capsules the dogs love them !!

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James wellbeloved has now been bought by pedigree masterfoods, just like purina etc etc.......so the food is very likely to change its formulation....which is a shame as it is not a bad basic food if you wanna feed convience food!! Burns is one of the best dry food about...and it has now got over its distribution problems with the venision one!!

 

Personally I would cut the crap and feed em 100% raw proper food to get the best condition:good:

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Guest bd roughcoat

Kirklands lamb and rice any house scraps that are left , I also buy tray's of Aldi sardines .

Good hunting

B.D.

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James wellbeloved has now been bought by pedigree masterfoods, just like purina etc etc.......so the food is very likely to change its formulation....

 

cheers reload, I'll watch out for that, a pity cos she does well on it, and no splats, or hyper behaviour either.

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Should be alright smally.....just its hard work keeping up with these food companys always changing hands and messing about with formulations!!!! Best to be aware tho :good:

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Agree with reload 100% raw food is best .... meat, veg pulp, fish and one or two supplements ............ used to feed complete but seen the light thanks to a kindly Irish gent ;):D the condition of my dog has dramatically changed due to the new raw food diet ......... raw food all the way :good:

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Guest snatch flcc
I use wafcol high protein when there working mixed with bread balls from the greyhound shop I mix it with hot water , vitimins and minerals etc, they also get any game they catch as an extra part of there diet, also they love pigs ears as a treat! :)

ohhh please tell me you not forgot to give Lotti her toast and BUTTER <_<

 

 

Have not given her any toast and butter yet but I will today, she is such a softie! :angel:

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Can't beat raiding a meat wholesalers waste bin, they chuck out some quality dog grub.. :D

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