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Lilys Kitchen

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Tillystar, Sep 8, 2013.


  1. Tillystar

    Tillystar PetForums VIP

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    Hi just wondering people's views on the grain free dry food please??
     
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    I feed my little dog on it, she loves it and it suits her. She has the kibble in the morning and JWB wet or home prepared meals in the evening. I do find the Lily's Kitchen wet rather rich for her, tends to make her vomit.
     
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    Do u ever find its on offer much?
     
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    sadly not, I buy it from Kennelgate locally , but as Tango is only small a 2kg bag costing £7 lasts us at least a month. What breed is your dog ?
    You could look round on-line stockists and see if you can get it cheaper, allowing for delivery costs.
     
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    She a Tibetan terrier cross weights 9.2kg but im looking for one with low fat as im trying to get bout 1kg off her at present. Id need bout 2.5 bags a month cheapest ive found is £6.40 a bag so its the price putting me off really
     
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    It's actually not that great - the meat is fresh rather than meal, which means the final meat content after the moisture has been removed in the final product is about 6%. Shame really, because the company is brilliant, and the wet food is excellent.
     
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    I was looking at it cos I found the fat content low as im trying to find a low fat food 4 Tilly grain free now.
     
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    Have a look at Vitalin Maintenance - chicken based, grain free - 9% fat, compared to Lily's Kitchen chicken & duck which is 11%.
     
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    Was looking at venison n new lamb one which are 8% as I want one that does at least two flavours
     
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    Just thought it was worth a mention as the Vitalin has a good amount of chicken meal - whereas the grain free Lily's kibbles have a very small (circa 6%) of meat in the finished product - basically meaty flavoured potatoes and lentils with a huge price tag! Good luck choosing though :)
     
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