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Tesco Just Nature Dog Food Chicken & Vegetable

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Brand: Tesco / Food Type: Dog Food

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      10.09.2009 00:43
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      A Fantastic Bag Of Dog Food For Keeping Stamford Happy.

      I am not actually a dog owner myself but I do house-sit for friends & family fairly regularly and one of the dogs I look after is Stamford who is known for being a little bit fussy at times about what he eats.

      Just Nature is dry dog food from one of the more premium ranges at Tesco, this is not quite so widely available and you can't purchase this is you are an online customer, only instore. This can be enjoyed for all dogs from 8 weeks of age onwards. How much you feed the dog is dependant on their size and Stamford gets around 500g per day which is given to him in two meals, one in the morning & one in the evening and as this is dry food it's very simple to just keep a small measuring cup in the bag and then just pour the measured biscuits straight out in to his dry biscuit bowl twice a day.

      Just Nature is provided in a thick paper bag which is very sturdy for carrying back from the supermarket and it has a nice picture of a happy looking dog and a little picture of food that really just looks like standard dog food. The bag is strong enough to avoid him tearing in to it if I briefly open the cupboard and then get his food bowl or top up his water. Stamford eats most things but this bag keeps him at bay for at least a minute or two while I do what I need to do in the animal food cupboard.

      The biscuits come in a few different sizes and this is meant to represent the beef, rice & veg contained within the bag. The main ingredients are wheat, meat meal, wheatfeed, maize, chicken meat meal, carrot & rice. There is protein, oil, fibre & ash in this complete dry food and I believe this is quite standard for dry dog food.

      These dry biscuits can be mixed with wet food to give a different texture to the dogs meal although Stamford's main diet consists of dry biscuits.

      Always ensure there is plenty of fresh water for your dog and I usually just top his up whenever I go in to the kitchen as he's quite a slobbery dog and who'd want to drink their own spit or warm water? I certainly wouldn't do it myself so I wouldn't expect him to either.

      He seems to enjoy eating Just Nature and his owner seemed to think he was enjoying it too as his apetite was even greater than normal and his desperation to get in to the cupboard was even more intense! I don't know if it was these biscuits that agreed with him or what but when his owner switched back to his usual brand he seemed to want to eat less and was almost a little grumpy come dinner time!

      I would recommend this as Stamford did seem to enjoy it a lot but then he'd eat pretty much anything! A 2.5kg bag is around £3.50-£4.00 at present so compared to the Wagg this is a quite a bit expensive but then he enjoys himself. However, Stamford was happy and too his owner that's the main thing!

      I am going to be rating this food 5/5 as Stamford seemed to thoroughly enjoy it and while it's a fair bit more expensive than his normal food his coat looked lovely and he seemed to thoroughly enjoy mealtimes (even more than normal!).

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