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Markus Muhle dog food?

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by shetlandlover, Apr 26, 2011.


  1. Ducky

    Ducky PetForums VIP

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    i have.

    we got some into the shop coz a customer asked us to get it for them. i didnt really like the look of it myself, but my dad wanted to try it with skye.

    she drank a hell of a lot more water than normal, and then got a urine infection(blood in pee too) :S whilst on it.

    i have no idea whether it was related to the food, or just coincidence. but i put her straight back onto her usual food and she was fine again after a few days.

    we eventually sent all the food back to teh company as no-one was interested. doesnt mean to say it was a bad food, the ingredients are alright (if not quite a lengthy list of them). just didnt suit my dog apparently!
     
  2. Thanks I am trying to find a suitable food for Scorcher.
    Shes on JW and fish4 dogs currently but I want to make sure I try as many as I can. I have 2 samples for her but thats not the first bad thing I have herd.

    A friend of mine tired her dogs on it and they poo'd 3 times more than usual.
     
  3. Lyceum

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    Have you looked at robbies?

    If I read correctly the food you linked is all about natural ingredients etc. Woth robbies you can literally see exactly what's in it in the bowl. I feed my youngest staffy the meat free mixer. But he did have a sample of the lamb food, the lamb is in pelet form, but you can clearly see the lamb, rice, herbs etc.

    Natural dog food company is a good food too. I used that for a good while, dogs did very well.

    No idea if your dog has any special dietary needs, but thought I'd mention those two.
     
  4. London Dogwalker

    London Dogwalker PetForums Senior

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    Yes :D My dog loved it! :)

    It's cold pressed rather than heat pressed like regular dog food is which makes quite a big difference, as hot forming destroys some of the 'goodness' as I understand it.

    No idea where to buy it from as I got a sample 15kg I think it was bag given to me. :cool:
     
  5. You can buy it from zoo-plus.
     
  6. Poodle

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    We changed to this food quite a while ago now and it is the best thing we have ever done. My boy has a VERY sensitive tummy and this has been a miracle cure. It is GREAT food - can't praise it enough.:thumbup:
     
  7. hyper Springer

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  8. GoldenShadow

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    What are you looking at different foods for in particular, what is Scorcher's problem(s)? Just wondering if people who's dogs have similar issues may be know of a few less popular/well known foods out there too :)
     
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