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coinsky
post 12th Mar 2012, 7:13 pm
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Now that I hopefully have a job again, I would like to get the dogs back onto a grain free food. smile.gif

In the past they had Taste of The Wild which they loved but I was slightly worried by the high calcium content. unsure.gif

There seem to be so many on the market now, so does anyone have a good one they recommend?



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post 12th Mar 2012, 8:05 pm
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Mine are doing well on the Simpsons one smile.gif
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post 12th Mar 2012, 8:49 pm
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JWB Fish and veg is one of the few dry foods Rhomi can tolerate.

I'll pm you. wink.gif
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post 12th Mar 2012, 9:33 pm
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Another vote for Simpsons here, well priced for good quality price, and very good friendly company.
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post 12th Mar 2012, 9:34 pm
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Mine are loving Simpsons and Applaws
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post 12th Mar 2012, 9:35 pm
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QUOTE(GSDSian @ 12th Mar 2012, 8:49 pm) *

JWB Fish and veg is one of the few dry foods Rhomi can tolerate.

I'll pm you. wink.gif

JWB Fish and vegetable for Lilly Loon here too and she is fit, no itchyness and a nice glossy coat smile.gif
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post 12th Mar 2012, 9:38 pm
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I've had some of mine on Applaws and they love it smile.gif
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QUOTE(Teigan @ 12th Mar 2012, 9:33 pm) *

Another vote for Simpsons here, well priced for good quality price, and very good friendly company.

Which one you feeding?
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post 12th Mar 2012, 11:44 pm
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QUOTE(GSDSian @ 12th Mar 2012, 8:49 pm) *

JWB Fish and veg is one of the few dry foods Rhomi can tolerate.

I'll pm you. wink.gif



QUOTE(staffymad @ 12th Mar 2012, 9:35 pm) *

JWB Fish and vegetable for Lilly Loon here too and she is fit, no itchyness and a nice glossy coat smile.gif


Same for my guys, they all ahve varying allergies and tummy probs and all do really well on it smile.gif


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post 13th Mar 2012, 9:29 am
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Thank you, I will have a look around.

The only thing that puts me of the JWB is that it still only contains 26% meat against something like Applaws that is 75% meat. unsure.gif

Will investigate further! rolleyes.gif


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post 13th Mar 2012, 9:30 am
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I have started my guys on CSJ No Grainer! and they are doing well on it.


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QUOTE(Vera @ 13th Mar 2012, 9:30 am) *

I have started my guys on CSJ No Grainer! and they are doing well on it.


Will go take a look - thanks!

Am liking Simpsons so far, seems good for the price. smile.gif


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post 13th Mar 2012, 10:08 am
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I hadn't heard of Simpsons but it does look good,

I use Wafcol, Fishmongers, Fish4Dogs, Oscar petfoods or Arden Grange fish and potato foods for Simba and she does well on all.

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post 13th Mar 2012, 10:10 am
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Simpsons is good, very good ingredient list. Milburns is also good (only available from petsupermarket) and you cna get some good offers if you buy 2 bags at once. I know some folks have had problems with their deliveries, but so far they've been very good with me. I've just switched from Milburns to Simpsons as teh ingredients are slightly better and I cna get teh simpsons at a better price (and the lamb and potato food smells so good, i want to eat it!)
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post 13th Mar 2012, 11:32 am
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Just got a sack of Applaws dry to try. Its on offer at the moment for about 33.50 for 12.5kg.

Supposed to be 75% meat with no cereal or grains.

I did try a piece and it was very nice! lol.gif
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