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How much is that doggy in the window?

How much is that doggy in the window, the one with the waggiest tail?

Well it never ceases to amaze me that having spent £100s or even £1000+ on their much sought after four legged friend that the owners don’t do any research on what they are now going to feed their new best friend. The “He/she was already on it so we have kept him/her on it” is very often the response when I ask what their dog is being fed. That is a fair enough response as the owners have had enough confidence in buying said dog from a reliable source so they would assume it is being fed a great diet especially due to the hard earned cash they have had to part with. That is not always the case.

There are some very good foods out there and some very poor ones with sometimes a hefty price tag to boot. Always look at the ingredients which are normally found on the back of the packet. The main ingredient should be a good percentage of a named meat/fish source. No artificial preservatives, soya or dairy. If it has rice it should be brown rice. Do your homework and look at the varieties in the Simpsons Premium range. Quality food at an affordable price.