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Great stuff - I find my dogs condition improves when they are on this, and of course they love it.
My vet recommended that I bought this product for my senior cocker spaniel. Vet Uk offer the best value I have found and deliver dependably. Very happy
My little JRTX is on steroids for a skin problem so is always hungry and looking for food and can easily put on weight. As I've used Nature diet for my dogs previously, the lite version is perfect for Teddy. He loves it and it helps to control his weight.
I have a 13year old staffie who always seemed to have an upset stomach, since putting him on Nature Diet Senior Lite he has no problem at all and absolutley loves it!
My american bulldog is sensitive and can not have most branded wet dog food. I have struggled to find her something for two years which suits her. This is the answer. I am so happy. She follows the bowl round the floor eating it ! In only a week she appears more settled, calmer, happier and has a real stride in her walk now. I have a changed dog. I am also made up as I can have it delivered to my front door. So thanks to VetUK and to Nature diet. I also think the price is very reasonable and because it is natural it keeps well in the fridge and does not smell. Another very happy customer
I use the senior for my 14yr Border Collie and 7yr Sheltie and the chicken and rice and rabbit turkey veg for my 4 younger Shelties including my 6 month pup, I may brave it and try the fishy ones. My girls totally love it and wolf it down. Doggy breath is less, poo's are smaller and much much less smell than kibble. Coats are gleaming, everybody is active and never ever an upset tum, great food and a very very good price for decent quality.
I tried this for my Diabetic Tibetan Terrier and she actually bloomed, with a silky coat and bright eyes, am now purchasing another pack after 2yrs of trying all sorts of diets. she is in her third year since becoming a Diabetic, I was told whe woulnly last two years. She will be 8 yrs old in January 2012. Hopefully come July 2012 she will begin her 4th year and still doing reasonably well. Not all down to this food, but the changes in her have convinced me to carry on with it. A lot of loving care has helped I am sure.