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Burns Active For Working Dogs

Burns Active For Working Dogs
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Burns Real Food for dogs is based around a home-made diet, and was developed because of John Burns' concerns over the quality and type of ingredients being used in many commercial cat... Read more

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Burns Real Food for dogs is based around a home-made diet, and was developed because of John Burns' concerns over the quality and type of ingredients being used in many commercial cat foods. All Burns diets for dogs are hypo-allergenic and free from artificial flavourings, colourings and preservatives.

Burns Active has been developed to meet the higher energy and nutritional requirements of the really active dog.

VAT Exempt - Cost effective feed

Ingredients:
White Rice, Chicken, Chicken Oil, Oats, Peas, Linseed, Beet pulp, Fish Meal, Sunflower Oil, Yucca, Seaweed, Vitamins and Minerals

Typical Analysis:
Protein 24.0%, Oil 20.0%, Fibre 3.5%, Ash 9.0%, Vit A 20000 iu/kg, Vit D 1500 iu/kg, Vit E 160 iu/kg, Moisture 8%, Copper 15mg/kg, Sodium 0.4%, Calcium 1.2%, Phosphorus 0.8%, Magnesium 0.14%.

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  • Burns for Active for adults,chicken& rice
    Louis eats this & has done with his previous owner & afore over the year I've had him Suits him very well
    Penny Simpson - July 10, 2017
  • Burns Active For Working Dogs
    Good quality food with excellent service
    Rob - May 19, 2017
  • We have two working cocker spaniels who work very hard during the season and this food keeps them in top condition throughout without dropping any weight.
    Nina Martin - June 19, 2014
  • I have used this for years with Bernese Mountain Dogs, Setters and Labs. All eat it when it is put down and have maintained their health into old age. We have periodically tried alternatives but have always come back to Burns.
    Judith McDermid - March 14, 2013