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Written on: 09/02/2016 by supervet (1 review written)
How many wild carnivores do you see eating grain crops? Burns is 60 - 70% grain which offers little benefit to your dog. I feed my Boston Terriers Orijen, high meat content, high quality ingredients, they need less and I supplement with suitable fruit and veg occasionally NO GRAIN (especially corn, which has no digestible benefit to a dog). Such grains are just used as fillers. I would recommend you research your pets needs before selecting a suitable food… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2013
hi I have a Japanese Akita. when she was a puppy,but she was not progressing in growth, so i did a Google search and found this great Burns. so I put her on the Adult senior she is doing great. and looks fab and dosnt loose weight she is nice and chunky with a lovely shiny coat and bright clear eyes. as the james contains suger beat which made her too hyper. now she is a happy balanced dog she has been on Burns for two years now and I wouldnt go for any thing else. also the pouches farm land… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2013 by Val740 (4 reviews written)
This food has been an absolute life saver for our elderly Jack Russell who suffers from pancreatitis. We have struggled to find a low fat food which does not upset her digestive system and produces normal solid poo and we were so pleased to find this really works. It is good quality food and, whilst quite expensive, worth every penny to us. Would recommend it to anyone whose dog has digestive problems. Thank you Burns… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2013 by MandySherwin (15 reviews written)
I feed my 9 year old weimeraner with the hypo allergenic mixer and naturediet. She loves these biscuits and this is the best food you can give to your dog. Bit pricey, but then again, you only get what you pay for… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2012
My border collie started suffering with constipation and diarrhoea when she was 3. Having tried every single thing I could think of I went to the vets because she was becoming so thin. After nearly £1,500 worth of surgery, biopsies and head scratching I was informed that they didn't actually know what was wrong with her other than 'yes, she does seem to have some sort of stomach agrivating aliment'. I was loaded down with drugs for her and told to feed her the Hills science diet. Disaster… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/06/2012
IM FEEDING MY 12 WEEK SHIH TUZ BURNS HE LOVES IT!!!!! BUT HE ONLY GETS 75G A DAY FOR HIS WEIGHT BUT HE POOS ABOUT 10 TIMES A DAY IS THIS OK… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/06/2011
I have been using Burns for some time as 2 of my Chow Chows developed an intolerance to poultry based premium dry dog food. Burns Pork & Potato was the answer. I changed all my dogs (5) of them onto Burns, on likes the fish and the other 2 like the lamb variety. All was well until I purchased my last bag of Burns Pork & Potato. When I opened it I noticed it was much darked in colour, but didn't think anything of it, then when I soaked it for my oldie I noticed it was a lot firmer (it… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2011
I have a Bichon frise who is 2 years old, when we got her she was being fed on pedigree and we wanted to change her on to better quality food, so I looked around and founds burns. It really is good not only is it the only dog food my dog can now eat as she has irritable bowel syndrome but it cleared up her tear stains. The only thing is it is more expensive then supermarket dog food but it is GREAT value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/04/2011
my 4 yr old lab poppy suffered with awful flatulence and loose stools.she always seemed distressed about something.on pet shop recommendation i gave her burns canine alert.wow! a different dog! NO WIND.smaller firm stools.a MUCH happier and contented dog and owner.losing excess weight too.would highly recommend.will always feed her burns… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2011
After trying various foods for my 14week cocker spaniel to try and get rid of constant liquid poo which was making it very difficult to train her i started her on burns puppy mini bites. After only three days we now have a happy puppy who no longer constantly needs to go out. Solid poo twice a
day and sleeps all night. Excellent value for money. Highly recommendable… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/03/2011
This review is for the moist dog food as my dog doesn't like the kibble but she loves the moist, especially the egg flavour. Although it's expensive, it's worth every penny for a dog who isn't fussed about food, she simply loves this. It looks much more like human food than other dog food. She's a 7 month old Shih Tzu and this food is okay for all dogs over 6 months. The only problem was the price but each pouch should last 2 days for a puppy at around £1.60 a pack, well worth it if your dog… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/02/2011
I have been to the vets today as my 13 week old pug pup has very loose stools infact in the 3 weeks ive had him a have never had on solid poo. i took him of the tesco pedigree that he was on and tried wainwrights salmon and potato but he wouldnt even sniff it so got told to try pets at home nutrion food, (LUCKILY FOR ME BOTH MONEY BACK GUARANTEE) he eats it but still runny poos, and really smelly wind, had enough so have now been recommended the burns MINI BITES, sad i no but i am waiting for a… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2011
I recommend this to everyone.
Their food suits all types of dogs. We have an old lab and a youngish collie. The lab is on the senior working dog and the collie on the high energy working dog.
And the other thing is they don't use battery chickens which to me is very important as I don't see why another animal should suffer for mine.
Seems expensive when you first buy a sack but it lasts 3 times longer than Bakers : ) and there isn't as much poo! : )… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2011
My rescue Springer is nine years old. Ever since I had him at eighteen months he has tended to have overly soft stools. Typically, his first poo of the day would be okay but thereafter they would be very soft or liquid. He was fed on Pro Plan dried food. A couple of years ago, I changed to Burns lamb and rice. Ever since then, he has lovely firm stools… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2011
I own a boarding kennel (and have seven dogs of my own), we have been using Burns for about 5 years now, an excellent product. I stock Pork and Potato, Lamb and Rice, Chicken and Rice and the last two also in the Alert range[vat free].
As I wish all my Clients dogs to be fed on Burns when they stay here I also sell it so that there is no change of diet when they arrive and hopefully therefore no upset tummies.
What's most popular? Well certainly Pork and Potato followed by the Lamb… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2011 by janetjay (1 review written)
My Border Collie Tessa is 10 years old and has been on Burns since she was a pup. Comments on her shiny coat have been numerous. She has always been well in health. We now have a two year old male border collie as well also on Burns Chicken and Brown rice. His coat is also coming along beautifully. People often say why pay so much for their food you can get this and that much cheaper. I feel it's the difference between stuffing your dog with junk food or good food - don't just buy the… Read Full Review
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