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  • #61823
    Nolan
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    I would like to know, what you know aboud Red Mills. Is it popular? Hight or low quality in yours counrty. I ask becouse this food is bring down do Poland form UK.

    #82825
    Anonymous
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    Hi,

    Not popular in UK

    Claire.

    #82826
    Nolan
    Member

    what is?

    #82827
    .dodger.
    Member

    do you mean what dog food is popular in the uk?

    #82828
    Nolan
    Member

    yes exactly

    #82829
    .dodger.
    Member

    erm.. well a few that are popular in the uk are…

    burns
    james wellbeloved
    raw diet
    pedigree (yuck >:()
    butcher’s (yuck >:()
    hill’s science plan (yuck >:()

    The bottom three are all just pure crap but because people are ill informed about pet food along with them all being big brands unfortunatly makes them popular ::)

    #82830
    Anonymous
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    i think some people in europe use red mills we have discussed it here before.

    #82831
    Bilclarie
    Member

    Well I have never heard of it!!!!!! I’m in France and mine are fed on Pro Plan large breed

    Mo and the gang

    #82832

    arden grange is a gr8 quality food to over here

    #82833

    it a working dog food…company specialises in working animal foods like race horses etc…developed for greyhounds and such

    #82834

    Yep, working food.  My OH parents were feeding the racing greyhound mix to their 8week old puppy  😮 and couldn’t understand why he was howling the house down ALL through the night!  😮  I was horrified!  The bloke at the pet shop said it was the best food to buy  ::) ::) I straightened them out  🙂

    #82835

    oh thts interesting, my dogs hav always been fine and r in gr8 condition.

    #82836
    Anonymous
    Guest

    i would steer clear of AG and PP neither are great dog foods

    #82837
    Diesel73
    Member

    [quote author=piglet link=topic=12151.msg233970#msg233970 date=1217686427]
    i think some people in europe use red mills we have discussed it here before.
    [/quote]It’s Irish. Red Mills comes from Ireland. Preservative free, no colourstuff or such, no bth and bha, the leader range from red mills that is. I used to have a little bag around for just incase.

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