Updated 23 Mar 2023
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Butcher's Tripe Mix (blue label) Review

Type of food

Complete wet paté

Dog types

Pet dogs

Breed sizes

Suitable for toy breed dogs
Adult weight 1-4kg. e.g. Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Yorkshire Terrier
Suitable for small breed dogs
Adult weight 4-10kg. e.g. Beagle, Dachshund, Jack Russell
Suitable for medium breed dogs
Adult weight 10-25kg. e.g. Border Collie, Staffie, Springer, Vizsla
Suitable for large breed dogs
Adult weight 25-45kg. e.g. Boxer, Labrador, Greyhound
Suitable for giant breed dogs
Adult weight 45kg+ e.g. Bernese, Great Dane, Mastiff

Dog ages

From 12 months to old age

Pack sizes

400g cans

RRP

400g cans = £0.90

Notes

Butcher's do not provide a strict RRP so the price provided here is an average of the prices set by retailers.

AADF rating

76%

At a glance

Natural: Free from added artificial preservatives, antioxidants, colourings, flavourings or other controversial synthetic ingredients
High meat content: Contains at least 30% meat ingredients (on a dry matter basis)
Hypoallergenic: Free from wheat, maize, dairy products, soya products and artificial additives
Clearly labelled: Each ingredient is clearly and individually stated and there is at least a reasonable indication of the percentages of the main ingredients
Certified nutritionally complete: This food complies fully with the complete food nutrient tolerances as recommended by FEDIAF and/or AAFCO

Price per day

£

Nutrition

Composition

Mixing bowl:

British & Irish Farmed Meat 50% (Chicken 34%, Tripe 13%, Beef 3%), Minerals.

As fed (BETA):

Nutritional additives (per kg)

Vitamins: Vitamin a 1250 I.u. Vitamin D3 250 I.u. Trace Elements: Zinc (3b605) 20mg, Manganese (3b503) 2.5mg, Iodine (3b202) 0.5mg.

Technological additives

Dired Rhodophyta Seaweed (Source of Agar), Guar Gum.

Typical Analysis

Protein 8.5%, Fat 6.0%, Fibre 0.2%, Ash 2.0%, Moisture 80.0%.

Energy

92.0 kcal/100g

Dry weight nutrients

Above average

Average

Below average

* NFE carbohydrate level (i.e. not including fibre). Level estimated from available data.

Pricing

400g cans RRP

£0.90

Grams per day

0g

Cost per day

£

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Butcher's

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Manufacturer's product description

" Our Tripe recipe is naturally packed with high-quality protein, calcium for strong bones, Vitamin B12, and the all-important Omega-3 and Omega-6 to support the immune system and promote healthy skin and shiny coats. Unlike other tripe you’ll find, ours is green, because it comes from grass-fed cattle so retains all its natural nutrients. Being grain free this recipe is naturally gluten free, containing no grains or bulkers. This Tripe recipe is Butcher’s original recipe, and has been carefully made since 1987! Tripe is the natural super foods for dogs, with a taste they just love! "


Company info
Company name: Butcher's Pet Care 5757 Butcher's foods listed33 Butcher's treats listed
HQ: Northampton, UK
Product country of origin: United Kingdom

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Pb8t0 17 days ago

What is the difference between this food and the Butchers complete and balanced, meaty loaf? The one that is sold in Home bargains? It’s in plastic packaging instead of the cardboard box type packaging. Is it the same food? Thanks ☺️

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Shannon54 one month ago

Does Butchers tripe have any vegetables in it

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Butchers Petcare Shannon54 one month ago

Hi Shannon, our Tripe Mix is composed of British & Irish Farmed (Chicken 34%, Tripe 13%, Beef 3%), and Minerals only.

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Susan Nicholson 2 months ago

My frenchie loves his butchers tripe ,never had a problem x

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Butchers Petcare Susan Nicholson one month ago

Thanks for the feedback Susan!

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Jade Bowers 3 months ago

Can anyone tell me the difference between tripe mix and tripe loaf tins?

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Butchers Petcare Jade Bowers 3 months ago

Hi Jade, our Tripe Mix packs are 6 tins of our Tripe Mix recipe, referred to on this page. Our Tripe Loaf recipes is a multipack of Tripe varieties - Tripe Mix, Beef & Tripe, Chicken & Tripe, so the recipes are a bit more varied for your furry friend!

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Judith Parkinson 5 months ago

Seems to have a large amount of jelly in the tins

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naomi shearer 5 months ago

Why have butcher meat all changed to grain free for puppies? My vet told me to put my pup back onto grain meat but i can only find it in the range and bnm shops

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S D naomi shearer 2 months ago

Sounds like you need to find a new vet..

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Natasha Jade Moore 7 months ago

I've both learned of this from my time in the Dogs Trust as a volunteer and ex-work placement. Butcher's is a very good food at a decent price, very good value for money. (Then again, good dog food isn't cheap, as the dirt cheap ones are more fillers than anything else). One time, my mum was buying some food for the center, and asked one of the assistant managers of the center was there any particular brand which would be preferred, and she was told either butcher's or winalot.

The dogs my family has owned over the years have been fed this, and it's gone down well, as they loved it, plus they have lived long, healthy and happy lives. I definitely recommend it.

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Butchers Petcare Natasha Jade Moore 5 months ago

Thanks for the great feedback Natasha!

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Brown Ies Yummyscrum 8 months ago

Hi have been giving my dog the tripe tinned food for a long time due to pancarditis he as been great on it but he now as yeast allergy can he still have it

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Butchers Petcare Brown Ies Yummyscrum 8 months ago

Hi there, thanks for getting in touch. Great to hear that your dog is enjoying our Tripe recipes!

However, as this is nutritional management of specific health conditions/allergies, we would advise that you discuss suitability with your vet.

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LewisJ 8 months ago

This is a staple in my dogs diet and has been since he was a puppy. He’s tried others, but we always end up back feeding Butcher’s tripe. He never leaves even the smallest amount, his digestion is perfect, his coat is shiny and it’s 100% meat and water so he doesn’t need to drink that much. Currently he’s eating this only with additions like vegetables; We are planning to introduce kibble (Millie’s Wolfheart) but it will be 80% Butchers with a small handful of dry food.

Thank you Butchers - please keep this recipe consistent and available!

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Butchers Petcare LewisJ 8 months ago

Thanks for the feedback LewisJ!

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Eileen 10 months ago

Is the butchers blue tin ok to feed my diabetic dog

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Butchers Petcare Eileen 9 months ago

Hi Eileen, thanks for getting in touch. Sorry to hear your dog has been diagnosed with Diabetes.

Unfortunately, we can’t advise for dogs with medical conditions as they require a specialised diet and veterinary supervision. Our diets aren’t designed with the nutritional management of health conditions in mind, but are formulated to be complete and balanced for normal, healthy dogs. Our lowest calorie recipe is Lean & Tasty But please check with your vet to see if this product is suitable, as the vet will be aware of your individual dogs problems.

If you need any more specific advice, please do get in touch - consumerservice@butcherspetcare.com

I hope this helps and your pooch stays well.

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DorothySullivan 10 months ago

Our dogs are raw fed but I was recommended this after my dog had stomach surgery, he really really loves it and has got on really well with it, no upset tummy and no change to toileting at all, I’m tempted to stick with it!

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Butchers Petcare DorothySullivan 9 months ago

Hi DorothySullivan, that's 'paw-some'! Sounds like he has great taste 💙

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1mollydog 10 months ago

My dog has been on vet food for 3 months as diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis. Transitioned to butchers 2 weeks ago, perfect poo’s no sicking loves it. 10/10 for Butchers

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Butchers Petcare 1mollydog 9 months ago

Thanks for the 'paw-some' feedback 1mollydog, we're so sorry to hear about your dog's diagnosis, but great that they love our Tripe Mix recipe!

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Jorgealin one year ago

I find this food excellent value for money.

My dogs love it .

My German Shepherds have firm stools on this food.

I would highly recommend it.

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Butchers Petcare Jorgealin 11 months ago

That's 'paw-some'! Thanks for your feedback, Jorgealin

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sallysima one year ago

Hi there, my 16yr old Working Cocker Spaniel has been eating Butchers Blue label for the last 2 weeks; l changed her over relatively slowing from her old food to Butchers - which she has been eating with gusto - and she has only started eating a full tin on Monday. Last night (Thursday) she had an accident during the night of several loose stools. l don't know whether l changed her over to quickly but she's certainly feeling sorry for herself and she's going to the vets tomorrow. l'll let you know how she gets on. Sallysima

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Fliss08 sallysima one year ago

Hi sallysima I had to switch my boys from Butchers wet dog food due to allergies (sticky stained eyes and itchy paws, constant licking and loose tummy) I started using Lukullus wet cans and they are fine on this.

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Butchers Petcare sallysima one year ago

Hey Sallysima, thanks for your feedback and sorry to hear that your four-legged friend has had loose stools. It may be the introductory period or whether this is new to them. But if you'd like us to check this further please drop our customer service team a message on consumerservice@butcherspetcare.com – they’ll be happy to look into this further for you.

Thanks, Butcher’s Pet Care

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Shamo Joe one year ago

I’ve bought this tripe flavour 3-4 times for my dogs and all times I’ve not fed it to them due to the meat having mouldy looking green spots in and smelling like rotten meat. I thought I’d search reviews to see if anyone else has found this to be a problem and now I’ve found all these upset tummy reviews I’m pleased I didn’t feed them to my dogs. I actually like the smell of dog meat and this is the only one I’ve ever found that made me gag!…it literally stank like old road kill. Ive had the other flavours and never had a problem with any of them but must warn people to check the tripe flavour tins and make sure you smell them first. Without a doubt the tins contained rotting meat. I checked the tins make sure there were no splits or cracks that may have let air in and couldn’t find any.

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Butchers Petcare Shamo Joe one year ago

Hi Shamo, thanks for your feedback and sorry to see that you’re disappointed with your recent purchase. The dark green/black bits that you’re able to see within our food is actually tripe. Unlike other tripe you’ll find, ours is dark green/black and not bleached. If you ever find it to be green, don’t worry – this is just due to grass that the cows have been eating too.

Whilst you will find that tripe has a strong smell, it shouldn’t smell as much as to make you gag. Therefore, if you could drop our customer service team a message on consumerservice@butcherspetcare.com – they’ll be happy to look into this further for you.

Thanks, Butcher’s Pet Care

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Geordie Cowan one year ago

Our labrador is always sick when he eats the tripe wet food wont even look at it now however . The jelly one he loves can someone enlighten me why he hates it . He was sick numerous times as well with the tripe which has been put in the bin

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Butchers Petcare Geordie Cowan one year ago

Hi Geordie, sorry to hear that your four-legged friend doesn’t appear to get on well with our tripe recipe. Should you need any further help with this, please feel free to get in touch with our customer service team on consumerservice@butcherspetcare.com and they’ll look into this further for you.

Thanks, Butcher’s Pet Care

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Pepper44 one year ago

I have started giving my dog the tripe as it has very little jelly; she normally has the grain free in jelly now with a new label and does not seem to agree with her as the meats in the tins with the old label.

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Sharondd one year ago

Hi could anyone tell me if the grain free dog food is low in sugar and carbs as my dog suffers from yeast infection and this is the only dog food he will actually eat thank you

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Butchers Petcare Sharondd one year ago

Hi Sharon, sorry to hear about your four-legged friend, we hope they’re OK? We don’t add any sugars to our food, any sugar found in our products is naturally occurring from the meat. If you’d like to get in touch with our friendly team at consumerservice@butcherspetcare.com with details of the carbs your dog is allowed, they’ll be able to chat through this with our nutritionist for you. Hope this helps.

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Fliss08 Sharondd one year ago

Looking at the circle chart above this does not have any carbs

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Carla Russell one year ago

Hello,

My dog who has eaten this food for years has also just had a very upset tummy (diarrhoea in the house - very unlike her) and think it could be this, so interesting to read others comments and will definitely email consumer care. Wondering if there is a dodgy batch. Thanks

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MT Carla Russell one year ago

...or your dog just happens to have an upset stomach?

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margaret Sky one year ago

Hi it took me a long time to find a food that did not upset my dogs stomach causing loose stools , he's been on tripe mix for a long time now without any problems .would highly recommend this food and it's a fair price as well .

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Butchers Petcare margaret Sky one year ago

That's 'paw-some'! Sounds like he has great taste Margaret 💙

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Beverley Delaney one year ago

Our lad has only eaten 1/2 the bowl and had wicked wind. I hadn't thought about them changing the recipe.

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Butchers Petcare Beverley Delaney one year ago

Hi there and thanks for sharing your experience. Wind can be caused by multiple factors; introducing a new food too quickly, table scraps, picking something up on a walk or even drinking/eating too quickly.

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LaylaK one year ago

I have had exactly the same happen with my lab.

The wind coming from him is unreal, and he soiled inside the house overnight after having already got up twice to let him out for a wee/poo.

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Butchers Petcare LaylaK one year ago

Hi there and thanks for sharing your experience. Wind can be caused by multiple factors; introducing a new food too quickly, table scraps, picking something up on a walk or even drinking/eating too quickly.

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BelindaB one year ago

Hi there …..my Collie Cross has never soiled inside the house . But after two

Meals of this product it happened two nights running . This has caused her such distress .

It’s the only thing that has changed so probably the cause . Dry food for her today . Then we will see .

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Butchers Petcare BelindaB one year ago

Sorry to hear this Belinda and we hope your four-legged friend is feeling much better now. If you’re concerned about our food in any way, please reach out to our team on consumerservice@butcherspetcare.com who’ll be happy to look into this for you. Thanks

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June Woodhouse one year ago

Just seen these latest comments and it all clicks into place, Molly my little beddy whippet has had such an awful tummy recently and she hasn’t had anything different or eaten anything whilst out but the latest batch of butchers tripe tins were a lot mushier then usual, nothing usually fazed her but she’s getting me up 3 times each night and today I shall be cooking some chicken and potato for her to let her tummy settle she’s very listless and uncomfortable, if no better then it’ll be a vets visit, hate seeing her like this. I will mention the tins seemed a bit puffed up as well at the top where the opening is which was a bit concerning, maybe a bad batch

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Butchers Petcare June Woodhouse one year ago

Hi June, sorry to hear that your four-legged friend has recently had an upset tum. Of course, if you ever notice anything unusual about the food, our customer service team will always be more than happy to loo into this for you. Please feel free to send them a message on consumerservice@butcherspetcare.com – hope this helps.

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Rhiannon Jones Butchers Petcare 11 months ago

More than a bad batch. They've added so much water to the recipies it's just mush. They jelly version just slips out of the can and the blue label loaf is now just vile. But yes my doggo has had way more stomach upsets recently. Such a shame because he used to love this food - and he was in fine shape. I struggle to get him to eat it now 😩😩😩

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KSG77 one year ago

Recently I think butchers must have changed the recipe.

My dogs and other dogs seem to be having a lot of tummy issues.

After Bering fed butchers for most of their life (6 years)

Recently they have had really strong tummy issues to the point of having accidents in the house.

Looking On trust pilot it would seem I’m not the only one?

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Jo Hanlon-Moores KSG77 one year ago

Same. Convinced it’s changed. That’s why I came to look at this page!

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Butchers Jo Hanlon-Moores one year ago

Thank you for getting in touch and we’re sorry to learn of the problems you’ve had with your recent purchase.

We’d never want you feeling disappointed with our product and our customer services team are keen to look into this further for you. Therefore, if you could get in touch with them at consumerservice@butcherspetcare.com, they’ll be happy to help.

Thanks again, The Butcher’s Team

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Butchers KSG77 one year ago

Thank you for getting in touch and we’re sorry to learn of the problems you’ve had with your recent purchase.

We’d never want you feeling disappointed with our product and our customer services team are keen to look into this further for you. Therefore, if you could get in touch with them at consumerservice@butcherspetcare.com, they’ll be happy to help.

Thanks again, The Butcher’s Team

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David Cole one year ago

I mix a few spoon fulls with her kibble and she loves it she is bouncing to get at it

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Jenny White 2 years ago

My dog absolutely loves Butchers tinned tripe. I only usually buy the most expensive dog food e g Natures Variety etc and always mix with fresh meat/fish and veg but Butchers Tripe he will eat with nothing added and gobble it up

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Butchers Jenny White one year ago

That's 'paw-some'! Sounds like he has great taste Jenny 💙

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Kim Feeney 2 years ago

My dogs absolutely love this. One can be a bit fussy, especially for breakfast but she'll always eat this.

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Butchers Kim Feeney one year ago

That's 'paw-some'! Sounds like she has great taste Kim 💙

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Vicky 2 years ago

My dog has persistent yeastie skin! Does the tripe mix have carbohydrates in? I’m trying to avoid this.

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All About Dog Food Vicky 2 years ago

Hi Vicky and thanks for posting. This food has around 16.5% NFE carbs. I hope that helps

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Minstrelgirl 2 years ago

Could you feed this product to a dog that has had Leishmania ? is it low in Purine ?

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Butchers Minstrelgirl one year ago

Hi Minstrelgirl,

Unfortunately, as all medical conditions are dependent on your four-legged friend's needs, we'd recommend chatting this through with your vet. 💙

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Francis 2 years ago

Found a big lump of hard plastic in Butcher's Succulent trays, yesterday. Making a complaint. Can't believe I'm not the only one!

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Sharon 3 years ago

Plastic in my dogs food I have made a complaint sent the pics and the cans. Be wary as this could kill the dog. They don’t care as no responce to my numerous emails. This was a plastic bag well large piece so how many other dogs been put at risk. They have a tv advert caring for dogs when they don’t care when I sent them an email. All I got was past and copy responce

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donna 4 years ago

My dog has the Tripe loaf and has done for 6 years. He has lots of allergies and they include foods and lots of other things. He also has colitis. He has been great on this food and also loves it.
A little tip that may work for your dog too, if you have a dog with colitis, is to offer three or four equal sized portion meals a day if possible, instead of two. I also add some boiled chicken and a profibre powder.
He has his dried fish twists for his teeth.

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Toni 4 years ago

I thought derivatives were not good because it can be anything? Seen on the meat mix turkey beef etc. They all have derivatives

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Pat Beadle Toni 3 years ago

It doesn't say on the tin that the meat is animal derivatives?

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Helen Mary Wood 4 years ago

i give this to my three dogs, they seem to love it, but i always add extra meat, slices of boiled chicken or ham etc

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Freya Locke 5 years ago

Looking at the ingredients - it is about 50%meat - which is great... but it doesn't say what the rest of the ingredients are - which is no good when your dog has allergies 😦

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Butchers Petcare Freya Locke 5 years ago

Hi Freya, since our products have a high meat content, they contain a lot of water too – all meat is naturally made up mostly of water! It makes it more succulent, juicy and naturally appetising, and it’s a good source of hydration for dogs. Our recipes are also packed full of extra vitamins, minerals and nutritious jelly or gravy. We add water in the form of jelly to protect the meat in the cooking process. Hope that helps! Thanks, Helen Butcher's Pet Care

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Freya Locke Butchers Petcare 5 years ago

Are they guaranteed no pea protein, lentils, potato or rice?

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Butchers Petcare Freya Locke 5 years ago

Hello Freya, Tripe Mix - yes. Some of our other recipes in the Butcher's range contain wholegrain rice. Thanks, Helen, Butcher's Pet Care

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Freya Locke Butchers Petcare 5 years ago

Thanks for getting back to me - i will make a note of tripe mix being suitable 😊

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Deborah Burrows Freya Locke 4 years ago

If the other 50% is water, why isn’t it listed as water?

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Michael Thomson 6 years ago

Butchers Dog Food is excellent, one of the very best of the cheaper brands. I would give it 10 out of 10 if I could but I know the website doesn't have that option.

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Michael Thomson 6 years ago

Butcher's Tripe Mix, (https://www.allaboutdogfood...Personally, I get this version of this same/similar dog food (Butchers Original Recipes Loaf In Jelly 12 X400g) as I just think it's better and my dog loves it along with some dry mixer too, this stuff >> https://www.tesco.com/groce... <<I get the large variety 12 packs (12 x 400g cans) of "butchers loaf in jelly", and it's helped my dog literally fully stop scratching himself so much as he was scratching non stop before on a full dry kibble food, I mix the butchers tinned food with a dry mixer biscuit or kibble, I find butchers loaf in jelly great for the dog, he likes it, and it's "Much cheaper" than all the crazy expensive brands that lots of vets and some other people will recommend, these people must be rather wealthy in my opinion, good for them, lol, that's all I can say on that matter, if your on a tight budget like me then butchers is amazing value for money, i think to be honest it deserves about "3.5 stars" (or more) on this website rather than the dismal 2.9 stars it gets, I honestly do.p.s, a little tip for people if their dogs like it is, > I always put a soup spoonful of any cheap "Olive oil" in his two meals per day too, the olive oil and the butchers meat food have now gave him a very shiny and silky coat which is brilliant, I am happy, my dog is Happy :)p.p.s, for years now on the butchers canned food with dry mixer biscuits or kibble mixed through, my dog does not and has never had a dodgy runny tummy or diarrhoea etc, never, not saying your dog won't have, just stating mines hasn't, that's all.

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Anoeska Nathalie 6 years ago

This is great for my dog with a sensitive tummy and frequent diahrrea. I only feed it when he has an upset stomach as I don't believe it's a very good food for 100% of the time. Before I found this, I'd either cook him white rice and chicken (very time consuming!) or I'd go to the vet and get their easily digestible wet food which costs 12 pound for a box and only lasts 3 days (very expensive!).
When I compared the Composition and Analytical Constituents of Butcher's Tripe Mix and the vet's Specific Digestive Support, they are nearly the same! Butcher's however only costs me 5,50 per three days, compared to the 12 quid for vet's food. All I have to do is add some boiled rice, which is easy to do and cheap.

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Anna Graves Anoeska Nathalie 5 years ago

A good one that is cheap for a bad tummy is chappie. Pretty much just meat and rice so nice and easy on the stomach and last I checked it didn't have any crap in it - it just isn't nutrient dense food so should only be used for when ill. (Just so you have another option there)

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Liverdrawer 8 years ago

The tin seems almost 1/3 jelly so you have to feed a lot. Neither of my dogs are very keen. However an elderly neighbour swears by it (for her dog!)

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Melissa Jane Davies Liverdrawer 6 years ago

Try loaf instead of jelly all meat

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