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General discussion / Re: Deal of the week
« on: Dec 03, 2018, 15:02 »
ATTU 10kg bag prices have dropped dramatically on Amazon UK.
Chicken is £44.79
Duck £47.99
Salmon £47.99

You can get even bigger savings as there's a 10% discount offer on the Amazon AATU page, and you can subscribe to regular deliveries to save even more.
I've subscribed to a delivery every six months, and as far as I can tell I can simply stop the subscription at any point.

General discussion / Re: Deal of the week
« on: Jul 27, 2018, 11:28 »
Not bad! The price of the multipacks just came down on Amazon too.
The price has been high for a while, but now back down to  £11.04 for 12 trays.

General discussion / Re: Deal of the week
« on: Feb 23, 2018, 08:36 »
I had a quick look and they seem to be out of stock on most items.
Even with the discount it's still expensive considering the low meat content isn't it?

I've fed our Border Terrier with Forthglade wet trays ever since we got her, but she prefers Akela kibble over Aatu and Millies.

General discussion / Price alerts thread
« on: Jan 05, 2018, 20:37 »
I'm not sure if there's a thread here suggesting good prices on dog food...

I keep a few Amazon price watches running using Camelcamelcamel.
These include Aatu and Akela Dry, and Forthglade and Lily's Kitchen Wet.

Aatu 10kg Chicken is £45.32 right now although it has been a little lower.
6 tins of Lily's Kitchen Christmas Three Bird Feast are £9.18 which is the lowest price on record.

I like to try my pooch on other brands whenever the price is right and this website scores them highly enough.
Does anyone else have other bargain prices to share?

Perhaps the site could setup up affiliate links to retailers to make a little money from links?

Introductions / Re: Hello and Advice please
« on: Jan 05, 2016, 17:21 »

Our 5 month old Border Terrier is loving her Forthglade and her Aleka small paws.
Now that she's shown that she's happy with it, I'm buying it all online in larger quantities so save on shipping.

There's two flavours of Forthglade for puppies, and now three flavours of Akela in the small paws size.
As well as Akela 80/20 treats and various dried salmon skins! Yum.

Dog foods / Re: The big question: What do you feed?
« on: Jan 05, 2016, 17:16 »
Our 5 month old Border Terrier is currently on both varieties of Forthglade puppy, and all three varieties of Akela small paws. For treats we normally offer her the Akela 80/20 fish treats which are hoovered up very happily.
I found out about both these products through this site and she seems really happy with them.

She loves Salmon skins too!

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