Proof of the pudding etc etc. We’ve fed our last few ‘seniors’ on bakers, including murphy the patterdale who made it to 12, and our current old gal megan (collie x terrier) who will be 15 next april. As they get older we tend to soften it a bit with hot water, then offer it once cooled. It’s basically a ‘complete’ food so there is no need to mix it with anything. They’ve all done exceptionally well on this stuff, with no problems whatsoever, and only normal dental problems which you’d expect in senior dogs. Unless you can persuade your dog to brush it’s own teeth twice a day, those are a fact of canine life. We’re not scientists or nutritionists, we go on our own experience, and the recommendations of our vets, and other dog owners. In fact, here’s our old gal on a recent holiday, walking the pembrokeshire coastal path.
Afraid the girls really didn’t like these. The food looked pretty good but they couldn’t cope with the big chunks amongst the smaller biscuit. And as they are seniors,(12yrs),i think the biscuit should all be small in size. Here are the specifications for the Bakers Complete Senior Dry Dog Food:
Very pleased with bakers complete senior, my border collie is fifteen decades aged and was a minor around wieght. Now she is a lot fitter and has a waist line yet again definately fantastic things.
My dog loves this food much to my amazment, we have tried him on several makes of food from tinned to dried which he would’nt eat would rather go hungry, my neighbour gave us some bakers food when her brother’s dog died, and that was it for our dog he loves it.
Reviews from purchasers :
Are unable to say i have tasted it myself but the dog enjoys it.
I cannot vouch for the taste, and my black labrador isnt going to share her thoughts, however, the delivery was very good, but i was a little taken back with the price. Just seems to be going up every time i make a purchase.