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Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by shetlandlover, Apr 26, 2011.
Has anyone tried this food?
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!
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.
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.
Yes 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.
You can buy it from zoo-plus.
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:
The Lukulus kibble is only a couple of quid more and better ingredients...the Marcus Muhle seems heavy with corn
Lukullus dog food deals at zooplus: Lukullus Charolais Beef & Trout
I feed this as a topper and boy loves it...kibble looks the same as the MM and there are two trial size bags on special on zooplus
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