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Best place to get dog food (At a good price)

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Bradleysmummy, May 5, 2010.


  1. Bradleysmummy

    Bradleysmummy PetForums Member

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    Hi every1

    Hopefully picking up rudy the trailhound tomorrow or friday (Got my homecheck in the morning) She asked us for photos of the garden which shes seen and think its all fine but still nervous :(, Anyways i have brought his lead collar harness and muzzle bowls ect BUT i am not sure the best place to get his food , looked in pets at home but wondered if theres anywhere to get it at a better price?? His fed on a mixture at the mo as from wat she said they have what ever is donated but mainly pedigree chum complete.

    Now his 10yrs old and is pretty underweight so for the first few wks i'm gonna have to slowly up his food to hopefully put some weight back on him , i wanna feed him on a complete food and my last dog always had bakers complete but if any1 knows of an alternative brand thats cheaper let me no? Not being tight just like to save money where i can (love a bargain)

    Thanks guys and please keep fingers crossed for our homecheck tomorrow :)

    Olivia
     
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    Depending on the price range iwould say that wainwrights is the best food its about £30 a bag for 15 kg.
     
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    :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

    CSJ (www.csjk9.com) - the best I have tried out of a large number of mainstream high street names and at £17 for 15Kg is by far the best value for absolute nutrition.

    Each dog is different though.

    Try not to swap his food over too quickly to whatever you choose or you risk upsetting his digestive system a bit.

    Good luck with the new pooch!!!
     
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