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Bakers Complete Dog Food


Bakers Complete Dog Food
0% of users rated this business as excellent or very good.
Ranked 67 in Dog Food
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4 reviews

Recent review

8th July 2015
“AVOID!! ”
Of all the dog food on the market - this is the absolute worse!! Please please please do NOT feed this to your dog as it has no nutrients whatsoever!…

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“AVOID!! ”
Reviewed 8th July 2015
Of all the dog food on the market - this is the absolute worse!! Please please please do NOT feed this to your dog as it has no nutrients whatsoever! Feeding your dog Bakers is like feeding your kid McDonald 's- every day!!! The food is full of colouring, salt, oils, fat and sugar!! It should not be allowed to be sold! AVOID!!!
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“Awful food”
Reviewed 22nd May 2015
Stay away from this dog food, terrible ingredients. I wish more people would research this food in more detail, they will soon realise what a poor quality food this is.
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“Avoid this terrible food”
Reviewed 13th January 2015
It saddens me that some many dog owners do not realise how poor this food is and are taken in by the marketing. I have spoken to a number of dog walkers and the ones that fed Bakers all experienced problems with wind, stools and behaviour so can't be a coincidence.
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“Completly terrible!”
Reviewed 31st December 2014
From the evidence I have seen on the internet Bakers 'Complete' includes artificial colourants, additives and meat and vegetable derivatives. The meat element is very small, around 4%, which begs the question what is the rest of the content?
I wouldn't touch this food and always advise other dog owners to avoid it. I believe it is the artificial taste enhancers which attract dogs to it. However, diet has a direct link to behavioural problems in dogs and this food is likely to make your dog hyper-active as it is the equivalent to fast food for humans!
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