Hi Dottie, their recipes are simply named
I asked this question once in an email I can not find the reply but its simply a name 'obedience' wont make your dog obedient
by all accounts its really just names.
They work develop their recipes based on performance nutrition so looking at quality ingredients, stamina ,activity levels etc I recall that from a chat with the owner Mark [no reps at Millies you speak to the owners and their family]
They are helpful if you call and their feeding guide online has a fab activity chart to help select a food.
I must say I am a convert in such a small time they have been helpful, they know their recipes inside out and they are easy to speak to straight talking no waffle.
Yep its a working and sporting dog food but anyone can buy it not like your frisked going into a pet shop for your dogs id and sporting or working cv is it?
I think its best to call them but email worked for me originally as I had so many questions
They have an open facebook thingy page although I am not on facebook too old for that now hard enough using this forum for a lady of a certain age but anyone can read it by all accounts ?
What suits one dog may not suit all so its great we have a variety to choose from now a days
Its highly recommended on many of the forums and in the agility world which I compete in.
this is based on my experiences so far and so far im impressed!
Hope that helps
Oh I feed Ranger Mix for my BC she loves it and I dont see me changing for a while its such a relief to feel confident in her feeding now and focus on fun stuff
PS oh and I do hope David the owner of the site will look at their new improved recipe I did the food translater thingy and their Hunter Mix which is 80/20 is a 5* rated one [my dog didnt do well on a 80/20 before so will not be trying it myself but its worth a mention isnt it]