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xoxHannaHxox
6th August 2012, 12:04 PM
Hi everyone, been a while since I posted and Charlie is turning into a
Strapping young man :D hehe I need to post some recent pics but my laptop to camera lead was chewed.. :-| all is forgiven now though!

I have been feeding Charlie on wainwrights dry food and nature diet as a topper but he doesn't seem keen on the wainwrights at all really. I was thinking about changing him over gradually to either James Wellbeloved, Burns or Arden Grange. He seems to have a sensitive tummy and wondered which was recommended?

Brian M
6th August 2012, 12:10 PM
HI
I feed raw but did at one time feed Burns but the other two are good as well ,why not get a small bag of each and
see what he likes .

jasperpaw
6th August 2012, 01:40 PM
My youngest cavalier Ollie has a bit of a sensitive tummy, he was on James Wellbeloved Chicken and Rice and although he started off alright on it and he did seem to like it, but it just seemed to upset him, I changed him to Burns Lamb and Brown Rice a couple of months ago which he seems to like and his tummy is much better now.

Kate H
6th August 2012, 09:27 PM
On a lighter note, I saw the heading 'Wainwrights' and thought 'Why is someone posting about mountains under Cavalier Health?!' For those not in the UK, Wainwrights are over 200 fells (hills and mountains) in the Lake District described by the great walker and writer Wainwright in his Lakeland guide books! They are 'collected' by serious walkers. I've never come across the dog food of the same name.

As far as dog food is concerned, I'm a Burns enthusiast myself.

Kate, Oliver and Aled

Brian M
6th August 2012, 09:51 PM
Hello Kate

And a good Tv series with Julie Bradbury .

http://wainwright-walks.co.uk/wainwright-tv-dvd.html

And Michael Portillo's good series called Great Railway Journeys and that's based on Bradshaws Guide

http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/herefordandworcester/hi/people_and_places/newsid_9344000/9344490.stm