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Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by kiara, Aug 13, 2009.
has anyone used this? also does anyone know the ingredients list as i cannot find it. thanks x
Sorry Mine have chudleys working sometime's. ring or email there advise line they are very helpful. Can't remember what info the website give's now sorry
I haven't heard of it but i found this for you
CHUDLEYS CHOICE SALMON & VEG 15KG
Chudleys Choice is a range of appetising complete diets
available in three delicious flavours to suit all tastes:
Chicken, Liver & Vegetables; Turkey, Duck & Vegetables
and Salmon & Vegetables.
Chudleys Choice has been formulated for the adult dog
providing a balanced, healthy and nutritious diet, whch
will allow your customer to provide their dog with a
varied diet without compromising on quality and nutritional
Salmon & Vegetables
Features & Benefits:
* QLC, and organic selenium, a unique antioxidant package,
also helps to maintain the dog's own biochemistry and
antioxidant systems, this is reported to help with work
levels in general and long-term health.
* No artificial colours or flavours.
* Gluten free.
* Enhanced key vitamins, fatty acids, amino acids and trace
nutrient levels as an aid to improve coat and skin condition.
* Carotenoids to help nutritionally maintain healthy eyes.
* Milk thistle, known to be reported to help support liver
* Moderate energy content and a low glycaemic response from
a mixed cereal and dietary fibre package for the pet dog to
help maintain weight and reduce hunger.
* Manufactured to a fixed recipe from certified ingredients
for ultimate consistency, as demanded by discerning dog owners,
in a modern, dedicated pet food plant.
Available in 15kg and 2.5kg bags.
Protein 22% Oil 10% Fibre 3.5% Ash 5.75%
Nor have i thought they only did working dog food
Ive had a good look and i cant find an ingredients list anywhere, just a nutritional breakdown.
do you think it looks any good?? x
If in doubt do without, I buy the cheap salmon for my boy now and then, just add it to his dry. However it has its down side every time I open salmon, tuna or sardines he thinks its for him, he loves these three dishes
I find it worrying that they say 'mixed cereals and dietary fibre package' but don't specify what they are. They say it's to a fixed recipe, so why not say?