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Burgess Supadog Sensitive or skinners senstive

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by xxxnickixxx, Jan 20, 2012.


  1. xxxnickixxx

    xxxnickixxx PetForums Senior

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    Cash running a little low so i was wondering which of these two are the better choice to go with ?

    both my dogs have been on skinners befor salmon and rice and the lamb and rice which they didnt like but if i put applaws dry down its gone in seconds but i cant afford the price tag full time lol

    also my older dog as a skin problem so i watch out for maze and wheat

    thanks in advance :)
     
  2. SixStar

    SixStar Banned

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    The two are very, very similar - hardly any difference in the two at all.

    Skinners Sensitive lamb & rice is approx. £27 for 15kg
    Burgess Supadog Sensitve lamb & rice is approx. £25 for 12.5kg

    So between the two, if price is the issue, I'd go with Skinners Sensitive lamb - not the Sensitive chicken though, that is lower in meat.
     
  3. xxxnickixxx

    xxxnickixxx PetForums Senior

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    would you say that burgess sensitive is the best out of the other flavours ?

    i was thinking that the lamb would be the best bet out of the skinners senstive
     
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    SixStar Banned

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    Yes, the Sensitive is certainly the best of the Burgess range, I don't think any of the others are very good to be honest.
     
  5. mollymo

    mollymo Life is Golden

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    The burgess lamb sensitive is the best in the range of burgess in my opinion.
    Its on offer in PAH untill 24th jan at £23 12.5kg if that helps ;)
     
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    Sabre was on Burgess Sensitive for a long time, and it was really good for his sensitive stomach, then we found that he got bad again and ruled it down to the biscuits, tried him on chicken flavour biscuits and he was ok, so we found that it was lamb he couldnt have(which most sensitive foods are!). He has Chudleys Senior now, I searched thru all the foods for one at a similar price and as its chicken its ok. It also has more fibre being senior, which the vets said he needed at his age.

    *Heidi*
     
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