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Fish4dogs-Half Price

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Staffybull, Jan 27, 2012.


  1. Staffybull

    Staffybull PetForums Member

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  2. SixStar

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    Hmm I do like to keep a bag of grain free kibble in the house for treats, and to use in the food dispensing toys. And since Orijen isn't on offer anywhere, F4D will do nicely :D

    Thanks.
     
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    Is the small bite one really teeny, do you know?
     
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    Yep, teeny tiny!

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    But, at half price, it'll have to do!
     
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    Henry doesn't chew them anyway! Shame - don't really need any kibble just now, though. Must resist! :D
     
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    If only Fish4Dogs was always this price!!! I'd love to feed Fish4Dogs but it is out of my price range.:rolleyes:
     
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    My dog is the same he just gulps without chewing,this is why i have now chosen a small bit kibble,easier on the stomach and quicker digested than larger kibble,and i do feed a mix of wet and dry.
     
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    Ye your right,i thought wet food was always the way to go,and dry was a big no no,but my thoughts have changed"it took me a while"and i now feed half wet/dry but it has to be a grain free dry,and of a high meat content;)
     
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    I dont feed my lot kibble but we are going away in June and they get fed dry food for a week as it's easier. It's a very good offer, wonder how long it is on for, I dont quite have the money to spare yet. :nonod:
     
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    Wow! that is a good price :D you have to keep checking because there is a different offer on every week...

    shame its small bite ..to small for mavis :mad: as she has in the past inhaled the small kibble...
     
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    The offer lasts till tuesday;)
     
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    I've ordered me a bag! :D

    I was thinking of going over to Wainwrights Salmon and Potato, went to get it yesterday and spotted Fishmongers :rolleyes: Came all the way home to do a comparison, and decided on F4D! Not that I am indecisive or anything....

    I hope it's as good as everyone says ;)
     
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    Ah, thank you! Still wont have the money, nevermind! I do keep kibble in and had looked at Fish4Dogs since everybody had raved about it, saw the price and went something like...:eek:
     
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    fish 4 dogs 12kg bag is £39 at vetuk so hopeing it stays at that price :D
     
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    35 at chemist direct isnt it?

    the fish4dogs regular kibble is huge so makes the small bite more regular sized in my eyes lol :D

    im just itching for the salmon mousse to go on half price, ive been out for weeks, willow loves it in kongs
     
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    Snap! I refuse to buy it when it's not on offer because last time I brought a box, and then 3 days later they were on BOGOF! :rolleyes:

    Been using fishy Naturediet in the Kongs, but they don't love it quite as much as the F4D mousse.
     
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    exactly the same as that! dont want it to go on offer straight after i buy like poor old you :(

    They love it in their kongs and I love how easy it is to get INTO the kong :D snip the corner off, bish bash bosh :)
    I noticed you mentioned about the bob and lush sample the other day in your kongs, ive got one of those somewhere so will have to try that :)
     
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    yes but you have got p&p to pay at chemist direct
    can only find the regular kibble at a gd price all the time would like the small bite
     
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    ah, but at chemist direct its free delivery for £40, so you can spend a fiver on treats.
    Then you'll have spent a £1 more than at vetuk but have got some nice treats into the bargain :)

    :lol: thats just how my brain works anyway
     
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