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Just deposited for a cocker pup pick her up End of feb I tend to keep her on what food she is being feed until she settles 

I read up on an article from a Gundog kennel that’s feeds wheat and gluten free

so what do others use recommend as so many and differ in price mainly branding I know 

so fair was thinking csj fit’n’fast as I have a stockist close to me 

 

 

 

 

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Stick to what the breeder is feeding to begin with.

 

Mine was rubbish on lots of kibbles that I tried so ended up feeding raw. Better poops and the dog was better with house training as he didn't have a bad stomach all the time. 

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Raw gets vote from me his coat is always in good condition lean and muscular 

clean teeth no stinking farts and good plops fresh breath 

everyone comments on his coat and condition

 

and it cost me about a quid or two a week more than the grain free kibble he was on 

 

get a chest freezer off Facebook market place for cheap and ten fill it up 

plus pigeon rabbit squirrel deer pheasant that get shot get added to this so saves cash aswell 

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Mine was on Skinner's puppy food then went onto Skinner's muesli mix nice shinny coat and does very well on it.

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Thanks not sure but went on allaboutdogfood and was surprised about the nutrients in some of them or do you ignore that and go with what you know heard of thanks 

just over thinking it prop but want to look after her best I can 

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1 hour ago, farmboy807 said:

Just deposited for a cocker pup pick her up End of feb I tend to keep her on what food she is being feed until she settles 

I read up on an article from a Gundog kennel that’s feeds wheat and gluten free

so what do others use recommend as so many and differ in price mainly branding I know 

so fair was thinking csj fit’n’fast as I have a stockist close to me 

 

 

 

 

Hi farm boy I was looking at grain free for my pup  ,but  there's been some serious problems in the states with grain and gluten free feeds ! thier  equivalent to our vetenary asociation  have named 10 firms making  this food that causes DCM hart problems ! please google DCM  before you give it to your pup .DD  I sugest any one feeding grain free googles D C M!

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2 hours ago, farmboy807 said:

Just deposited for a cocker pup pick her up End of feb I tend to keep her on what food she is being feed until she settles 

I read up on an article from a Gundog kennel that’s feeds wheat and gluten free

so what do others use recommend as so many and differ in price mainly branding I know 

so fair was thinking csj fit’n’fast as I have a stockist close to me 

 

 

 

 

I have used CSJ CP21 which was good at about £33 a 15kg bag and bit more recently I have moved onto Eden working dog food at £55 a 15kg bag.  More expensive but you don’t need to feed as much due to the quality of ingredients.  Dog looks much better on the Eden.

CSJ
https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog-food-reviews/0733/csj-command-performance-21

Eden
https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog-food-reviews/1696/eden-sporting-and-working-dry

 

 

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Mixed chicken and tripe with biscuit added for my dogs. In my opinion dry food is just a convenience food. 

Dry food must be like eating cereal with no milk. 

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