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Old 03-21-2017, 01:59 PM
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Sorry, just seen this, it's natural instinct, raw food. I weaned the pups on it and swapped bob and belle onto it. They all love it, especially the tripe unfortunately, gosh it stinks!! But they love it and are healthy on it. X
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Sorry, just seen this, it's natural instinct, raw food. I weaned the pups on it and swapped bob and belle onto it. They all love it, especially the tripe unfortunately, gosh it stinks!! But they love it and are healthy on it. X
I have recently checked their website and am thinking of getting the duck one for Daisy, how many meals do you get in one pack? xx
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Well, they come in 250g or 1kg tubs. So a 1kg tub feeds my 3 for 2 nights. They charge for delivery so best to order as many as you can in the delivery bracket. i.e. I always buy 12 kgs so it costs £6.50 for delivery. Let me know if you are going to order some, if you order by phone I can get us both £10 off. x
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Just reading about the duck, you need to mix with fruit and veg. I get the lazy ones that are pre/mixed. If duck is flavour of choice you are limited to the pure one.
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Well, they come in 250g or 1kg tubs. So a 1kg tub feeds my 3 for 2 nights. They charge for delivery so best to order as many as you can in the delivery bracket. i.e. I always buy 12 kgs so it costs £6.50 for delivery. Let me know if you are going to order some, if you order by phone I can get us both £10 off. x

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Just reading about the duck, you need to mix with fruit and veg. I get the lazy ones that are pre/mixed. If duck is flavour of choice you are limited to the pure one.
Daisy can only have the duck one, didn't realise you had to add fruit & veg... hummmm me thinks Daisy wont eat that.... xx
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