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I am currently at university studying bioveterinary science and in my cause we have a nutrition side, from this i learnt what a dog (also cat ect) needs from their food, and to say the least bakers doesnt cut it. there is enough in bakers to maintain a dog but as to keeping it in its peak conditions i dont think so. my dog is a staffy (not a grrr staffy but a lovely one, dont get me started on breed descimination) and she loved bakers and she probably would if i started giving it to her again but thats because bakers only or mainly focused on palatability ( how much the dog likes to eat that shhhhh...stuff) and not so much of whats in it, bakers only contains roughly 6% meat within the buscuits (not the meaty chunks cause thats about 24%) and that means you have to feed your dog more fgor it to get the protien it needs which means he/she craps more basicly. but brands (that im yet to review, so watch this channel for more) that are not even more expensive have a much higher protien content meaning you feed you dog less meaning you save more. next the water content of the bakers this is super low so if you feed dry buscuits make sure dog has plenty of water, or mix a tinny bit of water with the food but sometimes it will make the buscuits soggy and some dogs dont like that. the ash content of bakers is normal and there are lots of addatives to make sure there is the required amount of vatamins within the food, but not addequit in my opinion. there is a high content of fat within the food that i know from breaking it down and doing tests on it and fat isnt to good for your dog and also large amounts of collouring if you ghet the ones with different shapes in the bag. the good thing is the bag it comes in if you get a bag and not a box is cool but thats not helpoing the dog at all. so keep an eye out for the other dog foods.
from having a skoda fabia for 6 months (also reviewed hint hint) this car is like a rolls royce( in comparison to my old car), but i sharnt be bias because nobody likes that. my 2004 plate fiesta 1.25 is a great car, the clutch has not let me down althought the clutch point is high and sometimes for a newish driver to be changing gears there is some grinding but thats my fault (woooops), the engine has more than enough power to make overtaking a lorry or a tracter on country lanes posible and it is good with fuel. The insurance on the car is also resonable for a new driver so it makes for a good first car. the bad thing is that it has a built is stereo that comes in 3 pieces and the whole dash needs taking out and some of the dash needs cutting away and a new facia putting in if you want a non standard stereo that is a pain, and even halfords dont like doing it (since they broke my wiring doing it and are now paying for it). back to the car the suspension is good and gives it a good ride comfort, having 3 doors give more room for the front passanger, the boot is abit on the small side not that i need it for much, uni work doesnt take up lots of room. and it is generally a fun car to drive at a reasonable speed. For fuel cOnsumption it is quite good as I spend £50 for roughly 370-400 miles depending on how I drive ( but fuel prices are going up so it will make fuel go up), the upholstery is good and durable since it has my dog climbing all over it, it is also easy to clean from hairs and mud marks. The drive quality is good and fun most the times so it is not a boring car to drive and it is very reliable.
I bought a skoda as my first car, i was told they were reliable and good on fuel and as a first time driver my insurance is hell so the insurance company liked that i was driving a car that didnt have a boy racer image so that was nice. ok so the bad stuff, the car! i guess i should allaberate, i bought the car and drove it ten miles and my clutch had fallen to pieces (not my fault the guy at the garage told me) so that cost me an arm and a leg to put right because the dealer said it was wear and tear nothing he could do under the warranty (needless to say if he was on here he wouldnt be getting a good review either). anyway from the clutch being fixed it still seemed very very very light but i figured it must just be like that. so the engine has no power (p.s. im not a boy racer but trying to overtake takes a life time) and also after having the car for 3 months my head gasket went out the window to (at this point i got a new car but thats not the end of the faults). the rear windscreen washer constantly got clogged up and made the pressure of the pipes that run inside the cars foot wells (dumb place for them) to much and burst meaning i had puddles of windscreen wash in the footwells. the electric windows worked when they wanted to and come to think of it so did the aircon. the radio worked though (something had to when i was broken down on the side of the road). and the body is built well like a golf but definitly not a golf. the price would be good if you didnt have to make it up in repairs overall awefull car.
I have had an iphone from the 3gs, the one to convert me from a nokia (that i had been so faithful to) but now its time for the apple iphone, it has to be the best smart phone available not only is it super fast and capable of handling any process you throw at it, the screen is exelent quality and so is the camera to say that it is a lower resolution than most of the competative smart phones with the flash being an excelent addition from the iphone 4, the only dispute i have with the camera is that it does not have a anti movement feature or the blink feature (but im sure there is an app for that). Moving onto the app store (itunes), this is amazing the most choice i have seen available for the phone market. Everything is converted to the best quality for the device. the sound quality of the phone is good but they could do with something like the beets technology in them. the only bad thing i have to say about the phone is that it smashes easily, as i have said in my previous reviews (available for you veiwing pleasure) that i am clumsy and dropped it 5 days after getting it and it shattered back and from it was not usable, thank god for insurance. on that note apple doesnt like any one else to tinker with thier master piece so will do all repairs in house or in my case just give me a new one.
The nokia n8 in the concept is a marvellous phone and when it was first released I demo'd the phone, it seemed to work fast and having the hdmi port was a great touch making the viewing on a hd tv spectacular. When I actually got a nokia n8 for myself and used it on a day to day basis, I realised that it wasn't the phone it had been promised to be. When multiple applications had been opened the phone would run slowly and even crash with the internal memory not being able to hold the more demanding applications. Once the phone had gotten slightly older it started to crash LOTS! The updates for the phone also never fixed what they said it would and the phone was difficult to back up when a update needed doing The redeeming features are that the camera is very good and the nokia ovi store is itself good but sometimes slightly expensive. The phone is also very durable as I am clumsy I found out very quickly. Overall I would not recommend this nokia there are better smart phones available.