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General discussion / Re: Feeding on a flat surface
« on: Dec 01, 2019, 11:52 »

Anyone recommend an alternative plate you can actually get in the UK?

Thanks  :)

Dog foods / Re: Anyone feed Fresco Dry Raw Complete
« on: Jan 15, 2019, 18:37 »
I have it comes out at 2.6 /5.  ???

Fresh lamb muscle meat (40%)
Fresh lamb tripe (10%)
Fresh breastbones (8%
Freeze-dried lamb liver (3%)
Fresh lamb kidneys (3%)
Carrots (8%) und Beetroots (2%)
Fresh untreated apples (3%) and pears (3%)
Blueberries (1%)
High-quality cold-pressed sunflower oil (1%)
Cod liver oil (0,6%)
Gluten-free wheat germ oil (0,4%)
Salmon oil (0,3%)
Rosehip powder (0,3%)
Algal lime (0,3%), seaweed meal (0,1%)

Guaranteed Analysis:
Protein    45%
Crude Oils and Fat    26%
Moisture    8%
Crude Ash    5%
Crude Fibres    1,5%

Dog foods / Re: Anyone feed Fresco Dry Raw Complete
« on: Jan 15, 2019, 12:27 »
Hello and thanks for the welcome.

I only discovered it last month, think it popped up on my Facebook feed as I'm a member of a dehydrating dog treat group, and Fresco's new uk distributor is based not far from me in Glasgow. :)
I'm interested to know if dehydrated food is a viable option. My boy Bob has a really long list of food intolerances including chicken, turkey, oats, rice, peas and potato which is in nearly all the supposed sensitive foods on offer. I do home cook for him but it's expensive and he and his brofur are a fussy pair!  ;D  I'd like a food as opposed to treats I can use in their treat balls and snuffle mats and this seems to fit the bill, but is it any good? My search goes on.

Thanks again.
All the best.

Dog foods / Anyone feed Fresco Dry Raw Complete
« on: Jan 15, 2019, 10:22 »

I'm just wondering if anyone has tried this, its dehydrated based in Germany. Can't seem to find out much about it.



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