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Fab food worth the money ?. Both my labs are on burns active, they are fed twice daily and every other day have a tin of sardines between them, i think this really helps to keep their coat glossy and supports their joints. Having fed them cheaper food previously i have noticed that their ? is so much smaller when having burns, this can be shown in the ingredients, cheaper food is full of maize and wheat which in high volumes is not good for them and basically just bulks out the food and then goes straight through them creating huge?’si can’t recommend this food enough, my dogs weigh 20kgs and 18kgs and are both very lean and healthy, being so lean is a novelty for labs and my vet cannot praise their condition enough. I must add however that they do not get any human food whatsoever, although the youngest does have a tendency to pinch off the work too given half the chance but knowingly they get nothingburns is fab and i couldn’t recommend it more highlymy daughter has just got a lab pup and is about to start on burns puppy food which i am hoping will be as successful for hers as it has been for mine.
I have a young english pointer who has a delicate. I have a young english pointer who has a delicate stomach and a labrador who is a food dustbin. This food suits both of them. I give twice as much to the pointer (obviously).
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“Fab food worth the money ?, BURNS IS THE BEST, Best food for dogs”
Ollie is a four year old working cocker and never stops so the burns active is just right for him to keep him full of energy.
Perfect for our working cocker. Our working cocker spaniel is now 7 years old and has been on burns active dog food all of her adult life. She is fit and healthy and has a lovely glossy coat.
He burns up a lot of energy and we find it difficult to maintain his weight but this seems to have done the trick. Have always used burns as a high quality food you can trust.