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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: 18/04/2010
after doing alot of research on the internet i decided to switch from nature diet wet dog food to burns dry dog food.
I gradually switched, mixing different quantities of wet with dry over 7 days until she was only on burns.
She liked the flavour of burns chicken and brown rice and i was pleased because other dry foods i tried, she wouldn't eat.
however, after 4 weeks eating it her stools were still really soft and occasionally runny. at first i thought this was just because of a new diet.
I… Read Full Review
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