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Composition: British lamb (70%), rapeseed glycerine, sweet potato, banana, pea protein, minerals, chicory root, fibre, beet pulp, carrot, seaweed, apple

Analytical Constituents: Crude protein 22%, Crude fat 18%, Crude fibre 2.5%, Crude ash 6.5%, Moisture 22%, Calories 340 kcal/100g
Has any one used this , innocent raw dog food, looks good to me and comes out at 90% on the rating.
 Not heard of this before , has any one it,  used there treats they are good.
Air dried raw.

i have gone back to 3 meals for my 6 year old, as he is thin and he finds it hard to put weight on, he can not have 2 larger meals as he has a deep chest and is prone to bloat. So 3 meals it is. I always think that 1 meal a day must be very hard for a dog my dog with 3 meals a day is still looking for food.

General discussion / Re: Pet Food Storage Problems
« on: Oct 06, 2020, 15:07 »
I do not use kibble but found this interesting to watch, but I did know about the oil problems.  Good to know about the tinned food, I did not know about this and have put the tin back in to the fridge for the next day. I know what to do from now on. Thanks for sharing .

Feeding dogs with health problems / Re: Wet Food Additives
« on: Oct 05, 2020, 19:41 »
My dog loves the pure chicken, and licks the bowl for quite a while after it has gone.
Just to say that if you do go for the vegetable mixer then it does have potato in it. So must be higher in carbs.
I try and give my dog lower carbs, as I think that they make him more hyper when he has too much. :)

General discussion / Re: Lentils in poop
« on: Sep 27, 2020, 17:46 »
I found that when I gave my dog butter nut box the lentils and the vegetables came out the same as you said. I changed to different dog fresh food, as there was no lentils and he did better, but he did not put any weight on so have moved him on to cold pressed and if he does not put any weight on with this he will go on to pure , one you make up with warm water. Sounds like your dog has lovely home now .Keep up the good work. :)

Feeding dogs with health problems / Re: Cockapoo Puppy
« on: Sep 25, 2020, 15:36 »
Try with the gentle and see how she gets on, if no good then a good food is pure you re hydrate it with warm water. They do little packs to try. Not cheap but worth a try. :)

Dog foods / Re: Marleybones
« on: Sep 18, 2020, 16:06 »
Looks interesting but they just seem like every one else but using quinoa instead and in a carton and not in a tin. Think for now I will keep with the food Copper is on.

One food you could try is pure this is a food that has been dehydrated and you make it up by mixing it up with warm water. They do smaller bags to try, not cheap but it is good and may help with his loose tummy. I do hope that you can help your dog enjoy this meals.. As Dottie says cold pressed food is good as you can give it to them dry or add water and make the food in to a thick liquid.  :)

Feeding dogs with health problems / Re: Wet Food Additives
« on: Sep 07, 2020, 21:18 »
Aflora Cold Pressed - Beef & Whitefish - Grain Free Dry Dog Food

Dried Ground Beef 32%, Sweet Potato 30%, Dried Ground White Fish 10%, Peas 5%, Tapioca 6.5%, Beet Pulp 5%,  Rapeseed Oil 3.5%, Linseed Oil 3.5%, Vitamins & Minerals 1.25% (Vitamin A, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Thiamine, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2, Vitamin C), Dried Vegetables (Carrot, Celery Root), Dried Apple, Dried Herbs (Sage, Thyme, Oregano), Seaweed, Yucca, Fennel, Nettle, Chondroitin, Glucosamine, Turmeric, Dandelion Root.
I have found another cold pressed dog food, I have used it and it is good. It scored 90% when I put it through the generator.
I got rid of the dots and spaces and still only got 65% for the walker and Drake. 

Feeding dogs with health problems / Re: Wet Food Additives
« on: Sep 06, 2020, 20:07 »
I have just put copied and pasted the ingredients in to the generator and still only got 36% not sure how other people are getting more. 

Feeding dogs with health problems / Re: Wet Food Additives
« on: Sep 04, 2020, 09:47 »
I have just found this brand on the internet and put the ingredients in  the tool generator and found it to have only 36% . If you want a cold pressed dog food and need lower carbohydrates Cobby and Akela are your best option. Cobby is 34.6 for carbs and 88% for food rating and Akela is 37% and 86 on food rating. :)

Feeding dogs with health problems / Re: Wet Food Additives
« on: Sep 01, 2020, 10:00 »
Sorry to hear how poorly your little girl has been, not easy as they can not tell us how they feel.
I have used different dog, as Dottie said about, they are very good, but sadly not putting on weight for my thin dog. And if I was to increase the amount , (he is on 800gs already) it would be too expensive. You do need lots of  room in the freezer, and they can deliver every 4 weeks,or longer, up to 8 weeks, but again it depends how much freezer room you have.
As Dottie said the pure range is good, they do small packets and you can try a small amount. They also have reviews for itchy dogs who have been helped by this food.
The cobby cold pressed food has got turmeric in so this may also help, and they do samples.
I hope that you can help your little girl recover. :)

I have tried it using it for treats for my dog, did not buy anymore as it has 36% oats and 14% potato which I thought for a dog food it was too high. And the stools were a bit loose when I gave it to my dog. But your dog may be able to digest it. :)

Dog foods / Re: Could someone rate this food please
« on: Jul 17, 2020, 11:23 »
I have just found this on line and put the details into the food calculator and it came out as 72% 

Dog foods / Re: Could someone rate this food please
« on: Jul 17, 2020, 11:19 »
does it actually tell you what ingredients are in it .

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