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Arden Grange Samples

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by mr.stitches, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. mr.stitches

    mr.stitches PetForums VIP

    Aug 1, 2008
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    Hi All

    I put a post on here the other week about dry food, and had emailed Arden for information. Well this week they sent me 6 trial size bags of dry, two of each flavour - im very impressed! A well presented booklet accompanied them too.

    So I hope Pip likes the food! But yes, im very impressed with their customer service.
  2. staceydawlz

    staceydawlz PetForums VIP

    Jun 9, 2009
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    how do you go about getting free samples? i would love to try y pup on that been looking for a diffrent dog food for ages now! xx
  3. nellie_dean

    nellie_dean PetForums Member

    Apr 13, 2008
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    Free samples are fine, I use them as free treats (!) but don;t expect to learn anything about whether your dog will eat a 15kg bag based upon a 50g sample, it just doesn't work that way - most dogs will try something new if it's presented as a 'Here, what do you think of this?'
    At the end of the day, most dog foods within a particular sector (premium, economy etc) are made with the same ingredients - in fact many, like Burns and Arden Grange and many pet shop 'own brands' are made on the same production line, so I guess they're going to taste similar.
    Look upon sample packs as a cheap way of giving your dog a treat, and if you want to try a new food buy a 2kg bag at least - that way you'll have more idea if it's going to work long term.
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