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Gonzo33 Fri 17-Jun-11 16:04:41

Well, Vallhala would remember that a while ago I posted about getting a Boxer. Anyway we were going to wait until we moved back to UK because Boxer Breeder's (well good ones anyway) over here are as rare as rocking horse doings. Anyway, a friend of mine recommended a breeder and said to give them a call because she thought they were due a litter soon. Well, I called, and they have 3 week old puppies at the moment. So I am going to see them with my friend in 2 weeks to see if there is one that I would like to welcome to my family (friend, kids and over excited hubby as well).

Now having searched the island far and wide I can only find Hill's Science Diet Dog Food, which I have heard mixed reviews on, and am not too sure about. I cannot find Acana, which would be my preferred choice, and cannot order online and get it delivered because I can't find anywhere that stocks it that will send to a BFPO address. The only other option that I semi like is Fish4dogs. Can anyone tell me if this is a good option for a Boxer. I seem to remember reading a thread on here a few weeks ago in relation to this. At this particular moment in time I cannot BARF feed because I don't have the freezer space, or the room to buy a big freezer and store it either.

Many thanks.

Me xx

chocolateyclur Fri 17-Jun-11 16:12:46

Not sure if this helps in the slightest, but I've always fed burns dog food, which i really like (if you see what I mean!) - they send to bfpo addresses.

chickchickchicken Fri 17-Jun-11 16:15:12

ive heard good reviews on here about fish4dogs. we feed james wellbeloved as our dog with a sensitive tummy is ok with it

mellowbird Fri 17-Jun-11 18:01:48

I feed Burns,the mini bites as my dog is a small breed (small jaw).

Good luck with your pup,soo exciting!!

Sorry,can't help you with fish4dogs,haven't come across that one.

fuzzysnout Sat 18-Jun-11 09:20:24

Fish4dogs is generally considered to be a pretty good quality food. I would happily feed it to mine & I'm very fussy!

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