do you feed laughing dog ?

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  • #61792
    Anonymous
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    Hi.

    summat is a goin on at laughing dog – their website has changed ( http://www.bakersmill.co.uk ) and they are now listed as “bakers mill limited” in yell etc…

    which is listed at companies house as a dormant company (previous name baker group limited)

    hmmm …. why change ?  and more to the point – why break production …. i hope not for new recepies …..

    will keep watching

    Claire x

    #108962

    i was feeding laughing dog until stan got ill :-\

    so does that mean they are no longer making them anymore?

    #108963
    Anonymous
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    I’ve been laughing at my dog all afternoon.  😀

    #108964
    .dodger.
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    i’ve just started buying it and the place i get it from said he’s only just started getting it back in because the company went bust.

    #108965
    Anonymous
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    aaah – i suspect a buy out or acquisition then

    thanks laura – u know everything !

    claire x

    #108966

    uh oh i wonder who bought it out and what they will do with it  :-\

    #108967
    Anonymous
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    hi,

    as far as i can tell – a company called bakers mill have bought it and production is possibly running again as my feed place can order it now and i know they literally had nowt left.

    claire x

    #108968
    Sweetypye
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    Laughing Dog has a few issues in the last few years, their show caravan was stolen, a few other things happened and most people buy food which is completely wheat free now for their dogs so many people will not purchase a product that has, as its main ingredient, wheatflour (mixer and complete).

    With the advent of complete food and many people moving over to raw, few dog owners are feeding a tinned meat product that requires the addition of a mixer too.

    #108969
    Anonymous
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    hi,

    aaah i never thought of that – yes all the “wet” foods that are OK tend to be complete dont they?

    come to think of it i am sure i’ve driven past it once before when it was boarded up too a good few years ago.

    claire x

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