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Skinners Field & Trial Adult Working Dog Food (Turkey & Rice) 15kg - From £43.79
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Skinners Field & Trial Adult Working Dog Food (Turkey & Rice) 15kg

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Manufacturer: Skinners



Skinners Field & Trial Adult Working Dog Food (Turkey & Rice) is a complete diet that has been specially formulated to support active or older dogs who might benefit from additional joint support.

Made with a careful balance of proteins and fats designed to support the energetic day to day needs of working dogs, the food also contains Joint Aid for Dogs, which will provide a range of nutrients that may help to support joint health and their integrity.

Key Benefits:

  • Highly digestible Turkey
  • Includes Joint Aid for Dogs to help maintain healthy joints
  • Moderate protein and fat levels
  • Supports energy output as well as coat and skin condition
  • Formulated without wheat, maize or barley

Whole Rice (40%), Turkey Meat Meal (21%), Oats, Peas, Linseed, Sunflower Oil, Beet Pulp, Vitamins, Minerals and Trace Elements, Joint Aid for Dogs (2% Comprising of Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Collagen, MSM, Glutamine, Curcumin, Oils & Fats, Beta Glucans, Oligosaccharides)

Analytical Constituents:
Crude Protein 21%, Crude Oils and Fats 11%, Crude Fibres 3%, Crude Ash 6.2%

Reviews (10)

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Susan Morony
December 2013

My one year old labrador's coat is wonderfully soft after changing to this!

Aisling O' Donoghue
September 2013

I have been feeding my rescue greyhound the Duck, Lamb and Salmon varieties for the last twelve months, with good results. But we are just coming to the end of our first bag of the Turkey & Rice, and the change in her coat condition has been phenomenal! Her coat has lost its little bit of scurfiness that greyhounds are prone to, and her black coat has taken on the most wonderful sheen! I consider Skinners Field & Trial a really good quality food at a great price, and now I think I've just found the best variety in the range to suit my dog.

Nicki Kingham
March 2013

I've been feeding my sensitive tummy greyhound this food for just over a month now, he loves it so do we as he is now a much less smelly dog! I would recommend it to anyone with a dog that has an intolerance to gluten.

Kim Welman
May 2012

Use Skinners trukey & rice for my lurcher who cant tolerate gulten - he is fantastic on it. He holds his weight & looks good. My ex racer grayhound is also on it as he has had a previously broken leg (which was left unattended for 4 months before the rescue had him) so thought the joint aid might come in handy! His coat is brilliant - a black you can see your face in. Skinners is a brilliant range of foods at a very good price - well done skinners

Jeremy Bird
May 2012

A new Skinners variety for our Labrador. No great surprise to us that she loves it and it obviously agrees with her as her coat is magnificent. Highly recommended

Susan Williams
May 2011

I needed to find a slightly cheaper food for my Golden Retriever Charlie. Because he is only 19 months old and very active (retrieving and agility), I needed to have a replacement food that incorporated some element of joint protection. This food so far has been an excellent substitute. His coat has a wonderful gloss to it as well which is a bonus. As in all things at the moment there are many of us who are looking to cut our costs without compromising quality too much. This Skinners dog food appears to be allowing me to do this.