Burns Real Food for Dogs Reviews
Product Type: Burns dog food
Description:Brand: Burns / Food Type: Dog food
Newest Review: ... that; a simple food which is intended to allow the body to function as it should. Burns is not intended to intervene in order ... more
by - written on 29/10/07 (Very useful, 976 readings)
When we bought our new setter puppy home we were given a supply of Beta puppy food together with an information sheet of how much and when to feed him. All went well for the first few months and he grew quickly and was fit and healthy. However when he got to about 7 months old he decided to go on hunger strike. He was fit and healthy and seemed to be growing normally, although he was a little on the lean side. A check up at the vet confirmed that there were no health problems and it was suggested that a change of food might be helpful. Like most dog owners I wanted to feed our pet a good quality dog and wanted to see him enjoying his food. I first tried James ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/07, updated on 24/08/07 (Very useful, 584 readings)
Many of you would be surprised at how much complete and utter rubbish is in most well known dry dog foods, such as Pedigree and Bakers. My 4 year old West Highland Terrier Max had been fed on Pedigree Complete since he was a puppy right up until a year or so ago, until I came across a website about how awful some dog foods are, they are full of meat by products such as bone, skin, feathers, beak..all the cheap leftovers. I stopped feeding Pedigree and began to look for out more higher quality, natural good foods, whilst I was out walking with Max I started chatting to another owner who recommended Burns to me. As soon as I got back home I done a little research on this .. Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/11 (Very useful, 492 readings)
I have had dogs my whole life and recently came across a few problems with my own dog, and my brother's dog. Burns Dog Food has helped these problems immensely; here I will explain a little about Burns Dog Food and how it has helped me... Burns dog food is a hypoallergenic food for dogs of all ages, including seniors. This means it contains no dairy products, wheat, Soya or beef, ingredients that may cause some food allergies in dogs and cats - bringing digestive tract, skin, coat and other problems. Burns is a hypoallergenic food developed for the avoidance of food intolerance, but it has also been developed to ensure excellent health and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/08 (Very useful, 535 readings)
*What is Burns?* Burns is a range of pet foods which caters for dogs, puppies, cats and rabbits, produced by veterinarian John Burns as an alternative to the highly popular but very low quality brands such as Pedigree and Bakers. Both dry food and moist diets are available but during this review I will be concentrating on the Dry Food for Adult Dogs. *The product itself* As anyone with a dog will understand- from the moment they bounce into your life, they become so much more than 'just a pet', they become a member of the family, and a best friend! Therefore we all what want is best for them, but with so many different brands and variety of food ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 632 readings)
I recently received a pile full of samples of burns for my pooch to try. i was very excited as I had heard lots of good reviews and knew it was meant to be one of the top brands. My dog is a 1 year old Labrador x Whippet. Being a Labrador she will eat anything in an instant. I tried her on the 2 samples, Pork and potato and then on Venison and brown rice. What is Burns? John Burns is the vetinarian who created Burns dog food as a response to cheaper brands which spent the majority of their money on marketing campaigns rathr than on the quality of their food (eg Bakers and pedigree). His food would contain only natural ingredientd to make it ... Read the complete review
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|Pedigree Milky Biscuits|
Low fat so great for pooches watching their weight, also contain omega 3, good value for money
None for me and my dogs
|Brit Dog Food|
Our dog loves the food and it's very good quality
Currently not for sale in UK, why ever not!?
|Bakers Complete Small Dog|
Looks nice, is economical and Daisy dog loves it!
None at all, if she is happy so we are we!
|Pedigree Training Treats|
Easy to use
Pricey as always
|Bakers Complete Sensitive||Winalot Shapes|
Easy to handle and store.
|Coachies Training Treats|
lovely meaty smell, no additives or nasty products
doesnt capture the interest for long, a little bland
|James Wellbeloved Pouches Lamb with Rice|
High meat content, natural, fresh, easy to feed, healthy, real meaty gravy, contains veg & rice
No large pouches or multipacks available
|Natural Dog Food Company|
didnt suit henry
|Good Boy Fresh Breath Strips|
Helps keep teeth and gums healthy & freshens breath