Gilbertson & Page Dr John Puppy 10kg
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The dogs aren't appearing "happy and healthy" BECAUSE of the food they are being fed. Very few animals 'start out' ill and diseased, and get better by improving their nutrition, but most - if not all - animals will suffer the consequences of a poor diet eventually. Always remember that humans are animals too, and to treat every living thing with respect. :001_smile: Here at The Pet Express we want you to enjoy every time you shop with us. Occasionally we know you may want to return items, we have tried to make our terms as clear as possible to avoid any nasty surprises.
Dr John Dog Food Review - Dog Desires Dr John Dog Food Review - Dog Desires
Dried Turkey (min. 26%), White Rice (min. 26%), Rice Bran, Rice Flour, Oats, Sunflower Oil, Beet Pulp, Dried Egg, Seaweed.About AVA:AVA believe that the love you feel for your dog can only be matched by the care taken in producing their food. AVA is the next step in Advanced Nutrition with a perfectly simple aim; to use passion and expertise ...
Dr John Dog Food Review - Woof Bark Growl Dr John Dog Food Review - Woof Bark Growl
I do admit that a 'complete' diet isn't perfect for dogs, yes. When or where did I say otherwise? I doubt there even IS such a thing as a perfect diet for all dogs (although the raw diet sounds to me like the most plausible, sensible and 'natural' option) hence questions and topics such as this one, and the confusion over feeding decent food to our companions that seems all too common. The fact of the matter is that for the same money you'd spend on a bag of Dr.John's food, you could be buying a far better product, or even making your own homemade food. You can see that the main ingredient here is meat*, and this is what we believe should be the main ingredient in all good quality dog foods.So a food that is full of proven carcinogenic chemicals, animal faeces, feathers or floor sweepings is "fine", is it? It all looks natural though, so I'd say it is a pretty good food overall, and certainly far better than the majority of commercial rubbish there is out there. Arden Grange looks a little more 'suspect' to me, although we have fed it in the past: If this topic were titled: " Re-homing shelters should not feed Dr. John's dog food, and they are being immoral and/or uncaring if they do so", then the angry replies we've had from some members would be wholly valid.