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> Burns Canine Alert 15kg Bag @ 26.95 Inc Free S&h, The best priced Burns I've found online so far
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post 4th Jul 2009, 9:05 am
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Thought this might be of interest to some of you:

Burns Canine Alert 15kg @ 26.95 inc free S&H

Good price, and FREE and fast delivery via DHL
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post 11th Jul 2009, 9:41 am
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Thanks for that. Does anyone feed this and have any views? Looking for a food that my 5 will all eat instead of using different foods.

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post 11th Jul 2009, 9:49 am
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None of mine will eat Burns, they didn't touch it. Ended up giving bag away which is a real shame as it's meant to be a very good food.
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post 11th Jul 2009, 10:00 am
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Although I have not used this particular one I have used Burns for the last 4 years and think it is excellent. Not the cheapest dog food by any means but good food with great results.


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post 11th Jul 2009, 10:53 am
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Mine have just started eating this,So far so good,they were on the fish one before
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post 11th Jul 2009, 12:59 pm
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QUOTE(Gemma99 @ 11th Jul 2009, 10:49 am) *

None of mine will eat Burns, they didn't touch it. Ended up giving bag away which is a real shame as it's meant to be a very good food.



Same here err.gif
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post 11th Jul 2009, 2:27 pm
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smile.gif Jeez that's really good, thanks. I've kept that in readiness to order when we run out. We pay 20 odd for a 7kg bag at local pet shop.
We have the chicken and brown rice and Ruby loves it.
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post 11th Jul 2009, 2:42 pm
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I got the bargainous 15kg bag for a tenner from my local pet shop. smile.gif Cos it had a small split when they moved it in the stock room. Dogs are doing great on it, but I have found that Lucy is straining when she has a poo, so have had to change. Shame, because their coats are a lot better and they actually WANT to eat fish and rice one. sad.gif
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post 11th Jul 2009, 8:01 pm
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The bichons love Burns foods - we were on mini bites but have moved to lamb and chicken varieties. I could do a testimonial!
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post 11th Jul 2009, 10:10 pm
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I have used Burns Pork and Potato ( and now add Burns tinned/pouch food to it ) for the last 4 years , I know have 4 dogs all very different- a JR, a Yorkie, a collie cross and a lab and they all are doing well on it.
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post 11th Jul 2009, 10:52 pm
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Really interesting thanks.
Currently in the proccess of choosing a new food for my dog. He was on naturediet before so we got a small 2.5kg bag of Burns chicken and brown rice and have been feeding him that with a blob of ND for the past week or so and been sending off for samples so we can see which the best food would be for him. The Chicken and Brown Rice we have given him costs 45 for a 15kg bag and the Canine Alert looks practically identical, so maybe worth a try

So far it's out of:

Skinner's Duck and Rice
Premium White's Premium Active Chicken and Rice
CSJ CP21
and burns...

still not sure what to go for though unsure.gif
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post 11th Jul 2009, 11:21 pm
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woops- whites premium I mean
not premium whites rolleyes.gif lol.gif
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post 12th Jul 2009, 6:55 am
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I feed Burns with great results.

Alert however is for assistance or working dogs who have long periods of time without activity, then bursts of activity and need to be mentaly alert i.e police dogs. Not sure how it would be for the avarage pet.

Worth asking them I suppose.
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post 12th Jul 2009, 10:25 am
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QUOTE(Poppys chum @ 12th Jul 2009, 7:55 am) *

I feed Burns with great results.

Alert however is for assistance or working dogs who have long periods of time without activity, then bursts of activity and need to be mentaly alert i.e police dogs. Not sure how it would be for the avarage pet.

Worth asking them I suppose.

I asked a rep as i was concerned about that,She said it wouldnt make any difference to a normal pet dog its so they can sell it vat free smile.gif
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post 16th Jul 2009, 8:25 pm
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Well, ordered the food and it arrived next day delivery as promised. Really impressed, all the dogs like it, bowls are emptied quickly. The amount of pooh produced has decreased dramatically which is a bonus. So thanks again.

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