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You will notice a huge change in Pippi, her coat, odour and behaviour will all improve. I can spot a dog fed on Bakers a mile off, and their *ahem* wind, is something you never forget!
 

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Also, did you know that Tesco Value dry dog food is actually Bakers in a plain wrapper? With Bakers it is all about the branding, and that is what you pay for.
 

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You will notice a huge change in Pippi, her coat, odour and behaviour will all improve. I can spot a dog fed on Bakers a mile off, and their *ahem* wind, is something you never forget!
yeah she has and she did *ahem* have a problem with wind ;)
Also, did you know that Tesco Value dry dog food is actually Bakers in a plain wrapper? With Bakers it is all about the branding, and that is what you pay for.
and reallyy!!!!????? :O thats not on lol its really annoying cause its like promoted as the "best" :mad: lol
 

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The only thing that is 'the best' about Bakers is their marketing team.
When I was a kid I insisted my mum bought cans of Pedigree Chum for my dog (a wonderful rescue mutt, my pride and joy) because it was heavily promoted as a quality food with the tagline 'Top breeders recommend it.' I thought I was giving her the best, it is only with hindsight that I can see how the poor nutrition contributed to the liver failure that led to her untimely death at 11.
Yours are lucky that they will now be getting everything they need, and you will not be giving any more money to large companies that put profit above your pets welfare.
 

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The only thing that is 'the best' about Bakers is their marketing team.
When I was a kid I insisted my mum bought cans of Pedigree Chum for my dog (a wonderful rescue mutt, my pride and joy) because it was heavily promoted as a quality food with the tagline 'Top breeders recommend it.' I thought I was giving her the best, it is only with hindsight that I can see how the poor nutrition contributed to the liver failure that led to her untimely death at 11.
Yours are lucky that they will now be getting everything they need, and you will not be giving any more money to large companies that put profit above your pets welfare.
:O thats horrible! im SOO glad i changed! i would of Never known unless i came to this site :)
 

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It is all about education. You will pass this information on to your friends with dogs, and so will they, and so on and so on. Most people genuinely want the best for their dogs, but it is very hard to figure out what that is when you have vets promoting one thing, pet shops promoting something else and expensive advertising campaigns on TV.
 

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It is all about education. You will pass this information on to your friends with dogs, and so will they, and so on and so on. Most people genuinely want the best for their dogs, but it is very hard to figure out what that is when you have vets promoting one thing, pet shops promoting something else and expensive advertising campaigns on TV.
yep i am as much as i can :D same with cars i passing it on to my nan , auntie ect.
 
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