Aromatic Chicken and Veg - ADULT - Complete Grain Free Dog Food (2kg to 15kg)
Having a french bulldog we do have to be careful about the foods we give him, and he loves this! He’s a bigger frenchie at 14kg, and this gives this active lad all the energy and goods he needs to be happy and healthy.
Little Rev doesn't scratch near as much as he did. His sister fortunately doesn't have the same skin issues.
They love the food and treats. Feeding them with proper food has many benefits. For me when they pass poo it's solid and easy to pick up. When you feed them other brands it's not always so easy.
unfortunately flies love the food as well. So be sure to keep it out of reach and the bag sealed at all times.
This is the only food I want to feed them. They seem to have more energy and even seem brighter.
Young Jeff loves the product and it seems to have largely fixed his "Loose" digestive system except for the odd day when he gets stressed. He's a sensitive soul, doesn't like loud noises etc and we think he was maltreated by his first owner, a farmer. Despite all his foibles he's our Jeff and we love him to bits so its good to see he has settled in successfully with his new dietary regime.
These smell similar to and have most of the same ingredients I believe as the B&B chicken training treats, so my fussy dog finally clears his plate at meal times because he probably thinks he's getting a bowl full of treats :)
Have caused no issues with his stomach or poops at all.
They absolutely love this kibble!
Had to get new food for my rescue dog as it turns out she is allergic to most of the world !
So had to look for hypoallergenic food for her. So the new food is doing great.
Ok I had been feeding my boy on a much cheaper brand of dog food begins with a W...
Duke turns 9yrs old in August, and although fit and healthy (he is a pure labradror) I had noticed more farts, constant hunger and a hell of a lot of scratching. Generally he was unsettled so after trying the amazing dog treats I bit the bullet and decided to try the Chicken and veg dog food.
Now I will be honest I am paying nearly £44 a month more on Bounce and Bella which I have to juggle finances being a widow and disabled.
BUT lets face it we will go without to ensure our four legged family members are cared for.
And my boy is worth his weight in gold. He is my emotional support dog.
Before changing his food over his poops would often be inconsistent and if he had scavenged something in the woods often he would have the runny bum syndrome for days 😞. Combine that with the scratching constant hunger and that's not good.
So after the first week of full changeover I was and I hate to eat my own words... but I was gobsmacked. 😱 not the fact he needed less of the Bounce and Bella compared to the W, but his poops were solid YES SOLID !!! Oh the joys.
Then there was the scratching it stopped, and the constant rank farting has virtually stopped.
If he does pick up something in woods food wise and lets face it all dogs do it, before I would have days of loose pooh, now its literally one or two poohs and it is back to normal I don't starve him I just feed him as normal.
But what also amazed me was although his coat was good before it was now much better and seemed to get thicker.
My boy Duke has a daily walker due to my disability and he is out 2hrs + a day with her, she has even noticed the difference.
So the cons there are NONE !!
For me the benefits outweigh the cost and because its such a quality dog food you are feeding less than you would on a cheaper brand. For Duke its 100g less a day
Picture with lady in is our wonderful Mickey the dog walker
Duke has now been Bounce and Bella for
3 months 👍😘🙂🥳
I buy the largest bags as works out cheaper but do struggle getting the bag upstairs 😕 thats my problem lol 😂
P.P.S Duke is 33kg BUT 🤣😂 remember if your switching over feed what Bounce and Bella reccomend as I did not the first few weeks I was feeding the same amount as old dog food and when he went for his yearly jab he had put on weight, something which I had always been careful of.
The thing is you need less feed as its pure and not filled with rubbish. He is absorbing the goodness.
He is now back at 33kg 👍
Peggy really loves them but she also loves the beef
I have a very fussy 15 month old Cockerpoo who we have tried several different dried kibbles. Bounce and Bella offered free samples and to our amazement she enjoyed and ate the chicken and still is a month later. She also loves the treats as well. We know she is getting an excellent quality of food she enjoys.
My rescue dog has loved this dried food, and the training treats too.
I feel I’m doing my best for him.....the food does not contain any dreadful additives.
My dogs coat has definitely improved and looks good now.