Written on: 15/12/2008 by gazbev
Border terrier loves it and thrives on it
doesn't keep his teeth as clean as some other foods might,some more flavours would be nice,the dog wouldn't mind but it would be nice to vary it.
I did some extensive research on dog food a couple of years ago and found that Burns Dog Food rated very highly.There is a scale to score dog food on that takes a lot into consideration and was surprised how some of the more popular ones scored very poorly,I took note the first reviewer noticed how little you need to feed your dog compared to other foods which makes it better value.In fact I feed my dog only 100g (a mug full)of food a day,cheaper foods recommended double that amount for his weight(10kg) and one cheap food was 280g per day(13.99 per 15kg) so it was cheaper to buy Burns at 35.99 for 15kg.Cheaper foods bulk food out with beet pulp,a waste product from the food industry,some food contains as much as 40%,this has no nutritional value to the dog and passes through the dog as 40% more dog mess,it just seems better value to the buyer.Added value with burns is that Burns contains real meat and is low in protein(high protein with my terrier would need a marathon a day to exercise him)contains veg and his wind aint too bad! unbeatable.
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