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wainwright food is great

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by staffy_missy, Apr 28, 2011.


  1. staffy_missy

    staffy_missy PetForums Member

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    i have just bought my puppy a bag of wainwrights puppy kibble and she loves it! :D The food she was on before she just tolerated it so im so happy i have found something she loves and thats healthy for her. I got it from pets at home it was my first time there and all the staff were lovely and very helpful. They also have a great range of products and at good prices. I also want to thank everyone who helped me to come to the decision to buy wainwright :) x
     
  2. SixStar

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    That's great to hear :)
     
  3. mollymo

    mollymo Life is Golden

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    Glad you are happy with the WW :)

    I have used WW salmon and potato kibble for 4yrs and have been very happy with it from pups to adults.
    I also use WW trays;)
     
  4. Helbo

    Helbo PetForums VIP

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    I've only been using WW for maybe 2 months, but Charlie loves it and I haven't looked back! Glad you've found something to suit you and your puppy
     
  5. new westie owner

    new westie owner PetForums VIP

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    I use cereal free ww kibble for Bobby and also the wet :D
     
  6. vicki.burns

    vicki.burns PetForums Senior

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    We've just bought a bag of Puppy Duck & Rice to try our little one of that, hopefully he'll like it. We want to get him off the Butchers as it's full of... toot. Just got to use up the rest of the tins and gradually get him onto WW
     
  7. I thought you favoured wet food, perhaps I am confusing you with another!:confused:
     
  8. Yep! Take that back! I have confused you with another person:eek:
    Love the colour of you dog:D:D

    And re the wainwrights - you can get some good online deals from time to time! but perhaps you know!
     
  9. Mum2Heidi

    Mum2Heidi PetForums VIP

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    If you drop the butchers, you could always get him a couple of trays of WW wet - that's good too if he likes wet food:D
     
  10. vicki.burns

    vicki.burns PetForums Senior

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    I had a look at them today while I was in PAH, very reasonably priced too, 85p per tray, very impressed. Would he be able to have a bit of both while he gets started does anyone now, both wet and dry?
     
  11. mollymo

    mollymo Life is Golden

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    Yes you can mix the two.
    Mine have wet and dry every meal;)

    You can buy 12 WW trays in a box for £8.25 better value than buying singles.
     
  12. vicki.burns

    vicki.burns PetForums Senior

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    Didn't see them, this sounds like a plan then!
     
  13. Mum2Heidi

    Mum2Heidi PetForums VIP

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    Ditto what Mollymo says. Some mix wet and dry each feed, others prefer 1 meal wet another dry. I've converted to all wet with kibble as treats.
     
  14. Dogless

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    Glad it is a success :).

    PAH in my opinion is a very dangerous place :(.....




    .....you always come out with toys when all you went in for was some floor cleaner or something else mundane :eek:.
     
  15. bagpuss4

    bagpuss4 PetForums Member

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    Ditto Mollymo i mix both at dinner time winwrights duck or turkey with kibble he devours it everytime.
    Good luck
     
  16. xxxnickixxx

    xxxnickixxx PetForums Senior

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    my dogs love wainwrights wet trays i give them skinners dry on a morning and WW wet for there tea
     
  17. bubbles88

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    My two are on ww salmon and potato, now i might start mixing in some wet ww as a treat now and again. Just to let everyone know you can book your dogs or pups in for a free nutritional consultation and you will recieve a free bag of food how good is that! :D
     
  18. xxxnickixxx

    xxxnickixxx PetForums Senior

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    our pup just plays with the dry food even if i soak it so thinkin of giveing them both wet morning and night
     
  19. cinnamontoast

    cinnamontoast Sois pas chiant, chéri.

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    Try hot water to pre-soak so the smell is released better. Alternatively, mix the dry with some tasty wet like Wainwright's or Nature Diet trays.
     
  20. I have deep chested dogs these are prone to bloat. The Purdue University do much research into bloat and there is a link between soaking dry that contains citric acid and GT
    Basically! if you have a deep chested dog dont soak the food!
     
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