Skinners V Arden Grange

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  1. GoldenRetrieverman

    GoldenRetrieverman PetForums VIP

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    Salmon and potato:-
    Salmon (includes 36.5%; 24% Salmon & 12.5% Salmon Meal), Potato (26%), Oats, Maize, Sugar Beet Pulp, Poultry Fat, Salmon Digest, Minerals, Salmon Oil, Vitamins

    Duck and potato:-
    Potato (26%), Duck Meal (26%), Peas, Sugar Beet Pulp, Poultry Fat, Brewers Yeast, Linseed, Chicken Hydrolysate, Minerals,Vitamins
     
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    Just type fittlifepetfood.com. Maybe adding an 's' at the end. Easy mistake to make.
     
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    Just type fittlifepetfood.com. Maybe adding an 's' at the end. Easy mistake to make.
     
  4. GoldenRetrieverman

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    Buy Skinners field and trial, its better and cheaper ;)
     
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    Much easier to order. Also for getting more info on the food you're interested in.
     
  6. Mum2Heidi

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    It's quite good food. :D Golden Acres make for some well known brands and I was told that the ingredients for their "shops own brand" kibble comes from the same silos.

    You can get it from GJW Titmuss, Petzplaza, Working HPRS, Burnhills and more. Some do free delivery and you may find more info on one of these sites:D

    (Try this http://fittlifepetfood.com/prestashop/)
     
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    If you type fittlifepetfood.com you should get onto the page. It's an easy mistake, but many people add an 's' (fittlifepetfoods.com)
     
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    Fittlife still doing 15kg bags. Actually works out cheaper per kilogram on many of the different flavours once delivery is taken into account.
     
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    Forgot to say - the Skinner's Salmon and Rice is a great substitute for Royal Canin Vet 'Sensitivity'. Almost identical make up and about 1/2 the price.
     
  10. Soykapitan

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    You know your stuff. You've obviously done a lot of research into dogfoods. It's quite shocking to see what many of the well advertised brands actually do put into the mix. I tell anyone who's willing to listen they should spend some time lookng into what they feed their dogs. Some do, some don't. Personally I always add tuna to Dexters teatime meal. Not because he needs it, the food I give him has everything he needs to keep him healthy. It's just to give him some variety and added taste. Anyway I have a perfect, handsome, intelligent and very content 4 year old Golden Lab (Not biased) who's part of the family.
     
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    Not a lot in it. But 'fittlifepetfood.com' still working out cheaper. I phone to make an order. Quicker and more convenient, Very helpful and happy to chat.
    However personal preference I suppose.
     
  13. GoldenRetrieverman

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    I have decided to stick with Arden Grange and try the lamb flavour. The smaller bags are cheaper so it isn't much dearer. Don't see the point in swapping brands when she does so well on it. It is Medadione vitamin k3 free too unlike a lot of other foods.
     
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    hi all

    i would just like to thank you all for the info on the dry dog food i was feeding my dog perina beta until i found and read the forums today

    as my dog has been off her food for a couple of days

    so i have just ordered AG lamb and rice

    thanks for the useful info :)
     
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    Was this thread the reason for your change? You will probably find you have to feed less of the Arden Grange too which means less to pick up off the grass :D
     
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