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Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by henry, Jun 29, 2010.
This has got my intrigued as to what's in it!!!:confused1:
Well seeing as you asked!:thumbup:
you expecting a rush on natures diet....was it on offer buy one get ten free... haha . i suppose buying in bulk is cheaper,,,
Yep! buying in bulk is cheaper! and I have a couple of local dog owners who come to me for it! I normally end up out of pocket though!!
thats not so good that defeats the object. your meant to at least break even. haha
DT - that's an amazing store! How much do you buy at a time??
See you've got Arden Grange there and some Pets at Home tins...... like the variety..... how many flavours of ND?
Actually have moved more onto forthglade! But I generally buy 6 x chicken, 6 x lamb, & 3 rabbit
I have also moved off arden grange to the one by my mad dog - did this due to the inconsistancy of arden grange!
Really - my friend feeds AG - what inconsistencies did you notice (if you don't mind my asking?)
The only thing I have against AG is the maize and beet pulp in it, but apart from that is seems a decent food, I think.
lol. are they stopping production??????????????????
Huh many a true word spoken in jest! over the years I have been using it there have been a couple of times when it because totally unavailable!
Once when they moved production.
And again when a poor man fell into the machinery whilst cleaning it!!
I am edging my bets a I suspect there could be a shortage again soon!
Omg I remember your famous store cupboard from seeing the pic last year, :thumbup:
Whats in the green bag on the bottom left - how nosey am I?
Think it was sneyds wonderdog! Our local farm shop had it in there on trial a couple of years back! I was there when the man (local manufacturer) was talking to the staff, we got chatting and I ended up with a bag. My eldest would eat it, but I dare not give it to Misty R.I.P (couldn't have dry anyway)