Natures diet

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Ally doodle
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Natures diet

Post by Ally doodle » 19 Feb 2014, 11:56

Hello people any thoughts on natures diet dog food does anybody feed it and what do you think of it? :D

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Re: Natures diet

Post by Doodle Dee » 19 Feb 2014, 11:58

I use it for Lulu - I had problems feeding her (she wouldn't eat kibble or raw) so this was the best for her
Lulu & Dx

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Liz!!
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Re: Natures diet

Post by Liz!! » 19 Feb 2014, 11:59

Lola sometimes has this with her Orijen kibble in the morning, but usually she has Nature's Menu which is similar but doesn't smell so weird. In the evening she is now on raw.
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Helen & Rigby
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Re: Natures diet

Post by Helen & Rigby » 19 Feb 2014, 13:44

Rig has the puppy one, he also has raw mince and tinned fish, he loves it and is thriving. :D
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Re: Natures diet

Post by wobble.gob » 19 Feb 2014, 13:52

I feed Ozzy on Natures diet, and I have done since he was 8 weeks old (he's now 9 months).

Up until he was 6 months, I fed him 3 times a day on the puppy food. I then changed it to twice a day.

He is now on Applaws kibble for breakfast, and then Natures diet for his evening meal.

Ozzy seems to enjoy it, he does get a bit bored sometimes - especially when he was getting fed with it 3 times a day! I'd say variety is the key. I sometimes give him tinned fish, chicken etc too.

Debs & Ozzy xxx
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Ally doodle
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Re: Natures diet

Post by Ally doodle » 19 Feb 2014, 15:34

Thank you everyone for the advice she's just had her first feed of this and licked the bowl clean! That's the first time she's eaten properly in a week :D

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Re: Natures diet

Post by pixie's mum » 19 Feb 2014, 15:49

Mine love it but the fish based ones really stink !!!
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Ally doodle
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Re: Natures diet

Post by Ally doodle » 19 Feb 2014, 15:51

I'll avoid the fish ones then!

Martina daly
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Re: Natures diet

Post by Martina daly » 19 Feb 2014, 16:22

Good to see another NI dood on,whereabouts are you? We're just outside dungannon.I've been feeding Ozzy this for ages he loves the turkey and rabbit it has also helped firm up his poos.

suzi23173
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Re: Natures diet

Post by suzi23173 » 19 Feb 2014, 16:31

I've just bought a three varieties for Tess as, whilst she loves Applaws kibble, the amount you feed is so small and she always seems starving hungry. I hope this will feel a bit more bulky and make her tummy feel more full.
Does anyone have any opinion on the suggested amounts to feed and how accurate they are? Xx
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Re: Natures diet

Post by Martina daly » 19 Feb 2014, 16:40

Ozzy gets two trays a day plus a handful of applaws kibble.He's 16 months 24inches to his shoulders and a trim 24kgs

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Re: Natures diet

Post by suzi23173 » 19 Feb 2014, 17:08

Oo- same age and height as Tess. But she is 27.5kg.
you can feel her ribs but I wouldn't want her to be much more. She would be lean at 26.5kg.
Thanks- I was thinking that would be about right. Xx
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Ally doodle
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Re: Natures diet

Post by Ally doodle » 19 Feb 2014, 17:57

I'm amazed another Northern Ireland doodle hooray :D we live in coleraine my names donna and my doodle is called ally she's 10 months old and 24 inches and 24 kg in weight

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Re: Natures diet

Post by Liz!! » 19 Feb 2014, 18:02

We are visiting Ireland to go to my husband's niece's wedding in March (he's from Belfast). We (and Lola) are staying in a cottage on the shore of Lough Neagh. Hope it isn't flooded!
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Ally doodle
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Re: Natures diet

Post by Ally doodle » 19 Feb 2014, 18:06

No Liz your safe enough over here you and Lola will enjoy it it's a beautiful place lough neagh :D

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