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Country dog food from mole valley

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Sharon shannon, May 22, 2020 at 9:29 PM.


  1. Sharon shannon

    Sharon shannon PetForums Newbie

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    Does anyone use county dog food premium hypoallergic grain free. I am usi g a third of a tray of this as a topper to fishmongers finest. My jack Russell mix seems to like it. I calculate the amount so as not to overfeed him. My mole valley store is nearer to me. I was also wondering whether to change his kibble to country dog. I have a months supply of fishmongers finest to use up. He is a year old. Any advise please. He was on fishmongers finest puppy food until it was difficult to buy due to lockdown.
     
    #1 Sharon shannon, May 22, 2020 at 9:29 PM
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  2. Torin.

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    I'm not sure how commonly it's fed as they only created the range last autumn. I've never bought it, but they're one of my two local feed shops so I noticed the advertising.

    If it's easier for you to get hold of during lockdown and the quality and ingredients suit you and your dog it could be worth a try. Better a planned swap than an unplanned one due to access issues.
     
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  3. rona

    rona Still missing my boys

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    My friend half feeds it to his rescue Golden who has a slightly delicate tum. Suits him alongside fresh meat from the butchers just fine
     
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