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As most of you may have seen on here or my instagram by now we have a dog called Carly, she’s a Rottweiler and has just turned 8 years old. We rehomed her after the previous owner could no longer keep her due to personal circumstances.
We had to make our first visit to the vets the other week, as she was limping and lame on her leg, where we discovered she has slight arthritis in her front right leg, it isn’t serious, so are just monitoring it and carefully managing her weight as we don’t want her to have any extra weight against her that she doesn’t need.
This, then got me thinking about her diet and the food we feed her on, Carly is a very active dog, loving her trips to the park to burn off the energy she has build up sleeping all day.
When choosing food for dogs there are many different brands out there for all types of breed and levels of activity of dogs. So, when I was given the opportunity to work with Edgard Cooper we couldn’t wait to see what Carly thought about their food and the results we got. It is a brand I have heard and seen advertised but have never used.
When changing dogs (or any pets) foods over you have to do it gradually over a period of time to prevent any upset stomachs and to make sure it agrees with them and there are no allergic reactions such as sickness etc, slow and steady is the key.
We received a 7kg bag of dry food and 60 tins of variety flavours of wet food to trial. Carly currently has a cup of dry food in the morning and then half a tin of wet with a cup of dry on the evening. This may vary for different breeds of dogs, so always read the packaging first.
What makes the Edgard Cooper pet food so good?
Unlike some brands Edgard Cooper pack their food with fresh meat and nutritional offal which Is delicious, nutritious and treated with respect, from farm straight to the bowl, real fruit and vegetables added in with a few cheeky extras to provide vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fibre and lastly whole root vegetables providing energy-packed complex carbohydrates that are easy for dogs to digest and gentle on their stomachs.
Carly really enjoys her new food from Edgard Cooper and I’m sure she would agree if she could speak for herself. She’s not a very dainty eater and it is usually gone within minutes.
We have been monitoring her since her transition from her old food and we haven’t noticed a vast amount of different as yet except her faeces seem a little bit darker in colour and not a loose but that could be caused by anything really.
How would you like the chance to win a treat pack for your dog? The winner will receive a pack containing 1 jerky, 2 bites and 4 bars. Enter below via Rafflecoptera Rafflecopter giveaway
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- There is 1 prize of a Treat Pack from Edgard Cooper. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered
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*We were sent the above dog food products free of charge for the purpose of this review. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.