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which ingredients look better??

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Sam1309, Jun 27, 2010.


  1. Sam1309

    Sam1309 PetForums VIP

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    Ingredients
    Fresh Fish 30.5%, Potato30.5%, Herring Meal 21.4%, Salmon Oil 7.6%, Beet Fibre 6.4%, Brewers Yeast 2.1%, Minerals 0.8%, Vitamins 0.7%

    two

    Salmon 30.5%, Potato 30.5%, Herring Meal 21.4%, Salmon Oil 7.6%, Beet Fibre 6.4%, Brewers Yeast 2.1%, Minerals 0.8%, Vitamins 0.7%

    three

    Beef and Lamb Meal, Wheat, Chicken Fat, Maize, Chicken Liver, Unmolassed Beet Pulp, Green Leaf Vegetable, Full Fat Linseed, EC permitted natural anti-oxidants, Mixed Tocopherols, Vitamin C and Rosemary Extract.

    four

    Salmon, Prairie Meal, Chicken Fat, Oats, Beef Meal, Salmon Oil, Unmolassed Beet Pulp, Potassium Chloride, Yeast Extract, EC permitted natural anti-oxidants, Mixed Tocopherols, Vitamin C and Rosemary Extract.

    five

    Whole wheat, maize, poultry meat meal,
    barley, chicken fat, beet pulp, vitamins and
    minerals.
     
  2. ploddingon

    ploddingon PetForums Senior

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    Wheat seems to be the largest ingredient followed by maize, so I would say this is not one of the best.

    I would put them in this order -

    1. - 2
    2. - 1
    3. - 3
    4. - 4
    5. - 5


    I am probably totally wrong though ! :D
     
  3. Sam1309

    Sam1309 PetForums VIP

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    was thinking of that myself
     
  4. rona

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    1&2 look like very good food, 3 & 4 average food and 5 don't touch with a barge pole :D
     
  5. Lyceum

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    The first two are fish4dogs are they not? Blooming good food that is!
     
  6. Sam1309

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    1 and 2 fish for dogs

    3 and 4 CSJ

    5 SKINNERS


    wanted to do a blind test so people didn't go buy brand name
     
  7. Lyceum

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    Which of the CSJ's? And which of the Skinners?

    If you're going to compare to fish4dogs, which is a very high quality food, you might have given skinners and CSJ a chance by using ingredients from their premium foods lol.
     
  8. Sam1309

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    3 is champ from CSJ

    4 is Hike on

    5- skinners hummmmmmm they all were the same in ways of not having meat first which worried me
     
  9. Lyceum

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    Yeah, that is true, it's not the best ingredients wise, but is is a decent food, especially for the price. It's in the same price bracket as bakers/pedigree etc and it's a world away from those.
     
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