WIN! Two Adult Natural Lifestage Multi-cases of Forthglade Natural Dog Food

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Multi-cases of Forthglade Natural Dog Food

10 prizes to be won!

We are thrilled to be teaming up with premium pet food brand Forthglade to offer 10 lucky winners the chance to try out the Natural Lifestage range for dogs, which is nutritionally balanced and 100% natural. 10 winners will receive two Natural Lifestage Adult multi-cases for their pet (containing 12 × 395g trays). Flavours include Chicken with Brown Rice & Vegetables, Lamb with Brown Rice & Vegetables and Duck with Potato & Vegetables.

Produced in the heart of the Devon countryside, Forthglade’s Natural Lifestage range for dogs will tempt even the fussiest of eaters, with over 70% meat content. It is hypo allergenic, free from artificial preservatives, flavours and colours and is slow cooked to lock in goodness, enriching the range with vitamins and minerals. Forthglade has also recently teamed up with TV presenter Adam Henson from Countryfile for a yearlong campaign to help raise awareness of certain dog related issues; the dangers of sharing human festive foods, general dog nutrition and top tips on travelling with dogs when they accompany the family on holiday.

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This competition ends on 17/04/2015.


Multi-cases of Forthglade Natural Dog Food x10

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WIN! Two Adult Natural Lifestage Multi-cases of Forthglade Natural Dog Food

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